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Decadent Chocolate Superfood Smoothie

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Serves: 1

Best for:  Dessert! Or beating sugar cravings.  This is THE smoothie for those days when you just can’t stop thinking about SUGAR.  Stop trying to fight the cravings and indulge instead with something that is going to help eliminate your sugar cravings over time, and benefit your health in the meantime.  This smoothie is high in protein, fiber, beneficial fats, antioxidants, omega fatty acids, slow release carbs and TASTES so good!!

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Decadent Chocolate Superfood Smoothie

    • Serves: 1

    *Before making your smoothie, peel your bananas, chop in half and freeze.


    • 1 ea Banana (frozen)
    • 1 tbspn Raw cacao powder
    • 1 tbspn Almond or peanut butter
    • 1 tbspn Ground flax seeds
    • 1 tbspn Maple syrup
    • ½ – 1 cup Almond milk
    • To taste Ice
    • OPTIONAL handful Greens (spinach or kale)


    • 1)

      To prepare your smoothie, add 1 frozen banana to the blender.

    • 2)

      Add all other ingredients to the blender (including greens – optional).

    • 3)

      Add ½ cup to 1 cup of milk of your choice, coconut water, plain water or 100% juice. Optional: Add ice.

    • 4)

      Blend on high until mixture is smooth and consistent (about 1 min)

    • 5)

      Serve immediately, or pour in a mason jar for easy transport to enjoy later! You can also garnish with some of the ingredients you used like cacao powder, flax seeds or maple syrup. Enjoy!


    • Linda

      April 18, 2018 at 1:56 am

      The directions include items that are not listed in the ingredient list I am very confused. Ingredients list of frozen banana directions say add banana and rest of fruits no other fruits are listed. It says add greens and superfoods to the blender. I don’t see greens and I don’t exactly know what super foods are.

      1. homemade

        April 18, 2018 at 3:22 am

        Hi Linda I am so sorry for the confusion! You are absolutely right and I have made corrections to clear up the confusion! Let me know if this clears things up? Warmly Anna

    • Doreen Leonard

      October 3, 2018 at 2:36 am

      What can I substitute for bananas in smoothie recipes? Almost all smoothies use bananas in them, & I have an allergy to bananas, so have not been able to make smoothies.

      1. Maddy Kuhn

        October 3, 2018 at 5:00 pm

        Hi Doreen, we encourage you to try avocado in your smoothies as a substitute for bananas. Avocados will make your smoothies creamy and thick and nutritionally they carry wonderful healthy fats that will help you feel satiated and full for longer. Warmly, Maddy

      2. homemade

        October 3, 2018 at 7:06 pm

        Hi Doreen You can also try using: fresh or frozen watermelon or canteloupe, pineapple, mango, papaya, pears, whole natural yoghurt or just try doubling the amount of berries in your smoothies! Experiment and see what you like best. Many of our Members have banana allergies too and this has not stopped them from enjoying the smoothies! There is a world of options out there! Enjoy! warmly Anna

    • Nina’s

      October 5, 2018 at 3:45 am

      Surprised recipe for chocolate smoothie lists ingredients with sugar. We need low carb recipes that are simple to make. Rey disappointed.

      1. Maddy Kuhn

        October 5, 2018 at 2:14 pm

        Hi Nina, you are welcome to leave out the banana and maple syrup to meet your needs. We recommend adding in some avocado to thicken the smoothie and replace the creaminess that the banana would provide. Good luck and enjoy! Warmly, Maddy

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