I don't have pictures of this one but it comes out bright, bright green resembling the color of a Margarita from a cheap Tex-Mex restaurant - only, without all the accompanying fun and laughter.
1 handful of fresh kale, rinsed and, well, that's it. Just shove it in the blender.
1 handful of frozen peaches. They're actually a very nice compliment to the kale - whatever that means.
lime juice because, as Katy says, it kinda cuts the grassy taste from the kale. I'm hungry already.
2 cups water
Ok, instead of the hard, back-breaking work it takes to squeeze fresh limes, I use this. About 1 cup of this, one cup water.
Then, I skip the Agave nectar because, frankly, my kids are so sweet, they don't need any more sugar.
My big boys love it (possibly a slight exaggeration but they'll drink it everyday). Sometimes, I throw a handful of blueberries in because I'm crazy that way. My little ones are pickier and would love only fruit but it is an excellent example of how they don't always get what they want - enter maniacal laughter.
Katy's second recipe, I tried yesterday. I loved it - perhaps it was the cream.
Popeye Smoothie (Katy didn't give me a name so I made this lame one up)
1 handful fresh spinach
1 C strawberries
1 C orange juice
Splash of cream
Let me know what y'all think!
Several of the schools were under construction all summer so there was lots to do. We cleaned out lockers, swept hallways,
I would have more pictures but my children hijacked my camera and took lots of shots that I couldn't identify.
Except for this one. It's a skateboard.
We have been incredibly amazed at Mercy Street to see so many different churches come together and work alongside one another in an effort to bless a community by being the hands and feet of Christ.
I was so thankful, I thought about giving everyone there a nice cold glass of Hulk Juice in appreciation. Trey said no. I think it's his way of protecting me from myself.