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  1. So I've just gotten into the kick of making my own smoothies at home and I am totally in love with them. I'm no health nut, but they fill you up with small portions so that is really cool. Also, they're really simple to make of course. My favorite experiment so far is a banana peanut butter smoothie:

    *1 chopped up banana (I think I will start freezing the chopped up pieces to make the drink even cooler)
    *2-3 tablespoons of creamy peanut butter
    *about 1/4 cup of milk
    *6 ice cubes to beef it up some

    This thing tasted absolutely bangin'. I had the idea of using nutella instead of peanut butter for a future try. What smoothies or other cool homemade light snacks do you guys enjoy?

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    2. Creaphis

      Creaphis

      Catoptromancy said:

      Fruit is the only way to go or fruit substance that is not very processed. Fruit substance varies but the most processed ive used is apple sauce. I almost only use stuff that is about to go bad or getting old.

      I just toss in whole fruits, fruit cups, berries, a little juice of any kind to make it smoother and ice. Never made a bad one.


      This is pretty much what I do. The idea of following a recipe to make a smoothie amuses me, because it's not like you can screw it up.

    3. Hellbent

      Hellbent

      Creaphis said:

      This is pretty much what I do. The idea of following a recipe to make a smoothie amuses me, because it's not like you can screw it up.

      I didn't know I was supposed to core the apples first, wtf!

      @Ralhpis: why can't you mix nutella and peanut butter together in your banana smoothie?

    4. printz

      printz

      exp(x) said:

      That doesn't make it any more safe.

      EDIT: Here's some fun reading: http://barfblog.foodsafety.ksu.edu/barfblog/tag/raw-milk

      Right, even that has to be boiled first.

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