Strawberry, Raspberry, Kiwi, Clementine Smoothie Recipe
If I wasn’t confused before, I certainly am now! Allow me to explain, please…
Yesterday, I asked on 3 different social media platforms following:
When you’re following a food blog, what do you like?
A) Food for Thoughts -stories about blogger’s day, event etc.
B) Not interested in reading, visiting just for the recipe
C) Content related to the published recipe
-What I’ve got? Mixed answers!
IF you would like to give me your valuable opinion, I am all ears! Leave a comment under the post or write a msg./email (firstname.lastname@example.org), por favor! Thank you! I will collect all the suggestions and opinions and see how I will continue this blog.
In reality, I know we should keep it short and sweet, keep readers engaged, not bored and be informative, and helpful, but it is our corner where we can express ourselves. Do we have to be all business like, and shoot straight to the point? I always thought “food for thoughts” would actually make readers/followers relate more to a blogger. I am probably doing a million things wrong over here, but it’s my space and if you’d like to follow my so-called blogging “Journey”, plus get the recipe at the end, you are more than welcome to stick around. I will be your entertainer, and throw in information that you’ll need, and I can be very helpful too, if you just ask, politely!
For me personally, it depends on my mood. I actually like to know a little about a person behind the blog, so If I am first time there I’d go through a few posts and see what is that blogger about and see if I can in any way relate. I am drawn to bloggers that are foodies, mostly family oriented, of course, one that gives me information and a story that I will bite on etc. But at the same time, I like rawness in the person, one that has an edge, say what’s on their mind, and express it well.
So… Here, I was thinking to share my story how I wanted to slap one mother on the playground, BUT, I will keep it short and sweet! I am all for violence is never the answer, however, she totally deserved it. Maybe one of these days I will openly write about my views and opinions on motherhood, cause I am highly qualified.
Today, as you can see I am sharing SMOOTHIE of the day! Do you dig it or not, huh? I absolutely loved it, otherwise, I wouldn’t share it.
It is packed with good stuff. It’s vegan, fantastic cleanse, amazing for your skin, full of vitamins etc. It smells divine, and naturally sweet.
Strawberry, Raspberry, Kiwi, Clementine Smoothie
Serves 1-2 (16 FL Oz)
- 4 Strawberry
- 6 Raspberry
- 1 Kiwi
- 1 Clementine
- 4 FL Oz Grapefruit, freshly squeezed
- 1/2 cup Ice Cubes
Wash, peel, cut into chunks. Add grapefruit juice and blend or use food processor until smooth in texture, approximately a minute or so.
Clementines are amazing with this combination, however, they are a cross between orange and mandarin, so naturally you can use either as an alternative.
Now, I haven’t tried this combo with milk or yogurt, you can. I don’t see that it would be bad.
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