Friday, December 4, 2009

Green Monster Recipes ...

After raving about my first delicious Green Monster smoothie I thought I would put up some links to some of the different varieties out there.

I think Angela at Oh She Glows started it all with the Green Monster Movement. You can find Oh She Glow's reader recipes here. Angela is such an inspiration. She left her stressful, high paying corporate job to follow her passion and start her own baking company, Glo Bakery. Check out her Glo Bars. MMMMmmm...they look even better than Green Monsters, huh?

Annie, The Amazing Shrinking Girl, started drinking Green Monsters back in August. Her recipe here sounds like one I'm definitely going to have to try.

Angie at Angie All the Way regularly drinks Green Monsters too. Some of her Green Monster recipes are on these posts.

I know there are many more of you out there on the Green Monster bandwagon but I don't have the patience to search for anymore links. I love the limitless possibilities of the things you can throw into these healthy drinks. If you have a favorite Green Monster recipe let me know in the comments. Thanks!


  1. Thanks for the links, I've been on the lookout for recipes!

  2. I love pumpkin and vanilla protein powder with cinnamon in it. Color is a little weird, but it tastes good. It's amazing how you don't taste the spinach, isn't it?

  3. I just found your blog and I am looking forward to reading more. Thanks for sharing all of the recipes for the green monsters. I tried one and it was ok but I really had trouble getting past the green. I think I will give them another try.

  4. Mortonseamans: I think I missed something ;) ?

    Tricia: Keep throwing stuff in the blender until you find one you like.

    Lori: Of course you love pumpkin. I'm not a big pumpkin fan but I'll definitely try the vanilla protein and cinnamon. It is amazing how the spinach gets overtaken by the fruit.

    Jessica: I think the trick is to drink it in a travel mug or something you can't see through ;) Try more berries to make red instead of green.


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