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Made one serving. I suggest 2 cubes when blending. Made for Feb Sun and Spice.

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Rita~ February 22, 2013

This is not very sweet, but it is oh-so-good for you! I love avocado, and found it to be a unique combination with the peanut butter. I might add a little sugar or maple syrup next time. Made for PRMR Tag Game.

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JackieOhNo! October 05, 2009

Star rating is on the high end of 4. I think I would like this better without the nutritional yeast but I understand the reason behind its inclusion. I added a small amount of agave to sweeten it enough that I convinced myself I wasn't eating liquid guacamole. Made for SUN & SPICE Event.

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Cookgirl February 24, 2013

Okay, so it wasn't the best tasting smoothie I have ever had, but it wasn't bad either. I also must admit that I am not the biggest avacado person. I chose this recipe because I am on a quest to be healthy and it doesn't get much more healthyy then this. I added some flax seed to the mix. A must try smoothie for all you health nuts and one I will have again. Thanks.

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seesko October 04, 2009
Green Fairy Smoothie