Happy Spring!

>> Wednesday, March 21, 2012

No. Today isn't just our deadline to pay the IRS part of our 2010 taxes (you read that right: 2010 -- long story, but we paid the wrong amount on our home-buyers credit and they are treating us like criminals, I tell you! Honest mistake!).


Of course, I don't need to tell you all how to make a smoothie.

Just toss frozen fruit,
some form of dairy/non-dairy/or water,
and sometimes veggies or ice, etc.
into a blender
and blend.

I guess you could file this one under smoothinpiration. (No. That term definitely won't catch on.)

Combine 1 cup frozen strawberries with 1 frozen banana and 1/2 cup pineapple chunks and 1/2 to 1 cup milk of your choice (I used 1%***). Add-ons include 1 tablespoon flax meal or a handful of other frozen berries or perhaps a handful of baby spinach.

***MILK?! We never buy actual cow's milk! Yeah. Get ready for it, we're making Greek yogurt. My friend Kelly gave me a recipe.

The warm temps this week and last have me on a huge smoothie-kick. (The one above is essentially the same recipe, substitution water for milk.) For other fun smoothie recipes, you can check out the Recipe Page.

I apologize for being short. Ada had her 4 month physical today. She's growing right along, but girl got a lot of shots and is appropriately cranky. I need to comfort her now. If you missed yesterday's Writing Chapter Three post, it's a great $5 Dinner for Three: Lemon-Garlic Pasta with Asparagus Sprigs and Caramelized Onions. I'm going to start a series of $5 dinners, so keep checking back!

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