Just like chinese take out, without the major health compromise : )
I serve this over kelp noodles, "teriyaki" almonds, chopped carrots, broccoli, green onion and snap peas. Really tasty.
Adjust the measurements to your liking. They are not exact, but they're pretty close.
I love my green smoothies, but I don’t really like the idea of mixing fruits and veggies together in them. I do like for it to be sweet though. What’s a girl to use? Yacon powder. It sweetens without covering up the flavors. Great stuff. Also super low glycemic for those that are concerned about that.
I actually got the idea for this drink from a recipe I found through the Sunny Raw Kitchen site. The recipe was called “Best Coffee Ever”. It was very good, but a little too thick, and strong. So, I made some changes after many trial and errors with the recipe. I finally came up with this rendition, which I truly found delicious! I hope you do too.
One note: I recommend you use “heaping” scoops of the raw cacao powder, and heaping tablespoons of the raw carob. It’s okay to use a little more of both then not.