About a pint depending on how much liquid you use!
This is what I just had for breakfast, it was amazing! It was meant to be a smoothie but came out with more of a cakemixey texture. More liquid would probably make it more smoothie like. Also, you could probably use less liquid and dehydrate it into muffin/cookie type things.
This drink is adapted from Everyday Raw by Matthew Kenney and is delicious! The sugar content is very low (about 16 grams per serving from the agave). The original recipe used more agave which you can if you like! It's not very minty so if you want more mint flavour, add a lot more mint leaves ;) If you're turned off by opening a coconut, DON"T BE! It gets easier the more you do it and it's SO worth it. Not as thick as a chocolate shake but is delish and very similar!
To my delight, this shake is more vanilla than banana. I made this to cure a craving my husband was having. I think one of the keys is to use a less ripe frozen banana. The less ripe the less banana flavor. This recipe was the answer to my previously SAD eater husband when he told me he was REALLY craving a vanilla milkshake. It's not just delicious, it also provides great energy and usable protein! Check out other recipes at http://reneegoesraw.wordpress.com/
This is inspired by FreeFoods NYC beelicious smoothie. I forgot what they put in but i improvised. I'm not too proud of the food combining, but hey-you gotta live a little. The color just reminded me of one of my favorite very SAD snacks...
Submitted by Suede_Hills on December 16, 2010 - 11:15am
Our delicious recipe for a Green Smoothie! We sure enjoyed this Green Smoothie the other day...it was the first time we tried using Broccoli in one. It turned out so well that we decided to pass it on to you.
I also came across a fabulous idea....ever thought of a "Green Smoothie Leather"? Sounds like a great treat for travelling. Here at Suede Hills http://www.suedehills.com we are always on the look-out for making our Raw Food journey as easy and tasty as possible. Enjoy!