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More Treat recipes from the GSG Coaches’ Retreat!

Here are two more super-yummy treats Melinda made for the coaches’ retreat that I think you’ll love!   Key Lime Truffles 1 c cashews 8 large pitted dates, chopped small 1 Tbsp vanilla 1/4 c unsweetened coconut 1/4 c hemp seeds juice of 1 lime Zest of 1 lime 1/4 c water Toast coconut under […]

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Raw Pecan Brownies and Tomato Soup at the Coaches’ Retreat!

Somehow I failed to post the best recipes from the GreenSmoothieGirl Coaches’ retreat, last month in Park City!   My very dear friend Melinda Slater made the food for the Park City retreat. Of course we had lots of 12 Steps to Whole Foods favorites. The ever-popular Hot Pink Breakfast Smoothie featuring raw beets and […]

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Your child had a green smoothie in class today!

This is a letter our reader Christy Li, copied us on, when she sent it out to her daughter’s whole classroom. One of my favorite things EVER is when GSG readers reach down to the kids, to educate them about healthy food choices! Hi Parents, I am Alexandra’s mom, Christy Li. I wanted to share […]

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Jenna D.’s Favorite Recipes

Great recipes are HALF THE BATTLE! Not every recipe we try is a keeper, but once you have 10 main dishes your family loves, you’re done! That’s what the average American family makes—10 main dishes. These are some fun ideas Jenna hopes your family loves like hers does! Seed Crackers 1/2 cup chia seeds 1 […]

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Raw Nutella

Do you love crepes with Nutella? I’d never had Nutella until I took my children to Paris 5 years ago, and we had crepes with banana slices and the stuff smeared all over. My children, who were never fed sugar at home, were rather smitten. We’d tell them that they got a crepe at the […]

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Subject: Dr. Jorgenson shares her tips on raising kids to be healthy eaters, Part 2 of 2

These are recipes Dr. Jorgenson shared, from the last blog post. Enjoy! Thank you, Michelle! Peanut Miso Sauce 2/3 C water 2/3 C peanut butter 3T miso 1/4 C lime juice 2 T nama shoyu or Bragg’s 2 T olive oil 1 T garlic, minced 1 T ginger, grated   Blend all together and serve […]

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Dr. Jorgenson shares her tips on raising kids to be healthy eaters, part 1 of 2

Dr. Michelle Jorgenson, a dentist in Highland, Utah, is one of our three winners of the “How to Teach Kids to Eat Right” contest. Her comments here, and the recipes in my next blog, will be featured in my upcoming book, How to Eat Right In the Real World. I’ll share the inspirational story later, […]

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Shanda Blake raises 7 kids to be healthy eaters, Part 2 of 2

Last time I shared the thoughts of Shanda Blake, as she’s in the trenches raising a very large family eating whole foods. These are some of Shanda’s children’s favorite recipes she wanted to share with you. APPLE BUTTER 15 small apples (a mixture of varieties) 2 cups raw coconut sugar 2 t. cinnamon 1/2 t. […]

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Lose 2 lbs. in one day! And, can 3 blondes change a lightbulb?

Actually, this blog entry has nothing to do with the blonde joke. (That’s such a cheap way to get attention for this blog. We go for good CONTENT around here, not lowbrow jokes.) And anyway, I can change a lightbulb all by myself. I just chose not to. Rachel and Adrianne, here, tried to help […]

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Yummy anti-allergy recipe to share

Summer is over, and fall is coming! Do you get hay fever? I don’t–but I used to. RAW local honey was how I got rid of allergies, as the local pollens act as a homeopathic against pollen allergens. This recipe is a delicious, healthy way to get your raw honey in. Don’t wait till it […]

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