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Very easy and very tasty smoothie. I made this for my cancer-patient fiance, who is unable to eat much in the way of solid foods now. Becuase he needs to increase his protein intake, I omitted the almond extract and instead used about 1/4 cup of raw slivered almonds. I also used slightly less than the stated amount of raspberries, simply because that's what I had on hand, and used the lesser amount of honey. The result? A tasty, nutritious smoothie that he ~really~ enjoyed. Can't get much easier or better than this! Thanks Sharon! :smile:
Loved this! I used your recipe for almond milk and frozen bananas. Next time I think I'd cut back to one banana, but that's just personal preference. This was creamy and rich with lots of wonderful nutrients. Even my picky child and dh who doesn't like smoothies enjoyed this one.
This is delicious. I did have to use less frozen raspberries as I thought I had more when I was already in the process of making this recipe. I did cut the banana down a bit per preference and someone else's review. I used http://www.food.com/recipe/almond-milk-356213 for the almond milk. This is not properly food combined but I may make this again because it tastes good.
We really like this one. I have made it several times and with several variations. We use store bought almond milk and sometimes use the bananas and honey with the raspberries and sometimes just the raspberries with a vanilla protein powder. Every way we have tried it it is dee-lish. It is now our favorite morning smoothie. Thanks !
This was nice! I used another Almond Milk because I already had some in the fridge. I tried it before the honey and it was a little tart. Good with the honey! And I tried it without and with the almond extract. I think I liked it better without. Probably personal preference. Thanks! Reviewed for ZWT4.