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  • 3 Delicious Carrot Recipes

    3 Delicious Carrot Recipes

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    Run out of ideas for what else to do with these crunchy orange beauties other than eating them raw and tossing them into salads? We love this underdog veggie for their crunch factor and how they pack a nutritional punch.  Carrots are full of vitamins and minerals which are good for your health and your green smoothies.

    We love adding carrots to our green smoothies for the health factor and we also think carrots make our green smoothies taste great. We usually add raw sliced carrots to our blenders but we know that sometimes blenders just can’t take the heat from blending up their fibrous, crunchy goodness.

    If you’ve tried adding raw carrots to your hard-working machine and it just can’t get past those chunky little bits, then this one’s for you.


    1. Kick Cancers A** : The chemical compounds in carrots have shown to decrease the risk of certain cancers and other chronic illnesses.
    2. Fountain of Youth: With carrots’ high amounts of antioxidants, they are a great all-nnaturalanti-aging veggie.
    3. Eye Like You: Carrots are high in Vitamin A, which help protect the health of your eyes — helping you see for years to come.
    4. All Natural Toothbrush: That’s right. By chomping on these bad boys, they help clean your teeth and gums — no toothpaste required.
    5. Easy on the Wallet: Available in most areas all year round, carrots are one of the cheapest veggies you can find in the produce section, which helps you keep more of your hard-earned moolah.



    We are lovers of all things leafy green— especially spinach. And this extremely creamy green smoothie is no exception. 

    Serves 2

    • 1 ½ cups spinach, fresh
    • 2 carrots, include leaf tops
    • 2 cups water
    • 1 cup mango
    • 1 cup pineapple
    • 1 banana

    Blend spinach, carrot tops and water first until smooth. Then add the remaining ingredients and blend again.


    Carrot cake? Yes, Please! Want a piece of carrot cake but don’t want the guilt factor that goes along with it? Then try this recipe! It’ll knock your socks off and there won’t be an ounce of guilt after you finish the entire glass!

    Serves 2

    • 2 cups spinach, fresh
    • 1 ½ cups coconut milk
    • 2 carrots
    • ½ inch piece ginger
    • 2 pears
    • 1 cup pineapple
    • 1 banana

    Blend spinach and coconut milk first until smooth. Then add the remaining ingredients and blend again.


    Feeling a sniffle or cold coming on? Then reach for this blast of immunity lovin’ in a glass. It tastes amazing and might just help you get past that cold a day or two quicker.

    Serves 2

    • 2 cups spinach, fresh
    • ½ cup orange juice, freshly squeezed
    • 1 cup water
    • 1 banana
    • 1/4 cup carrots
    • 2 cups strawberries
    • 1/2 cup blueberries


  • Day After Thanksgiving!

    Turn your #Thanksgiving leftovers into this delicious, kidney-friendly dish, thanks to Davita for the yummy recipes! http://bit.ly/2eFTdqo 

  • 9 Halloween Treats!

    Fun Character Snacks

    You’ll need:
    World Market Kettle Corn
    Mike and Ike candies
    paper character cups

    Directions: Fill these fun character cups with World Market popcorn and add a few coordinating Mike and Ike candies for a fun topper!

    Creepy Cupcakes

    You’ll need:
    -cupcake mix
    -chocolate icing
    -chocolate wafer cookies
    -creepy gummies and candies

    Directions: Bake your favorite cupcakes and top with chocolate icing. Place “dirt” (finely-crushed chocolate wafer cookies) on top of the icing and add your creepy crawlies, spooky faces and other frightening edibles.