Strawberry Flax Smoothie

14 Responses

  1. April says:

    Very pretty picture! Looks delicious!

  2. Confusion :S If 2 Tbsp of grd flax = 140%
    Then 1.42 Tbsp = daily rqmt,
    Why use 4 Tbsp? Does the body store these nutrients? Looks awesome! 😀

  3. Emma says:

    Darn I miss summer strawberries 🙁 I'm from England but currently living in Barcelona, Spain! Maybe you can put a raw spin on some Spanish dishes or classic British dishes for a bit of fun?

  4. Babette says:

    Thank you so much for this award. Merci beaucoup!
    Your blog is terrific too. And this smoothie looks absolutely perfect (the color, the picture, everything!).

  5. Nia says:

    Hi, TN here! Thanks for pointing out that these are *ground* flax seeds, as I imagine using whole seeds would make it mighty slimy. lol I enjoy anything vegetarian, esp. black bean tacos, and make raw dishes occasionally. I made a raw sweet potato pie filling just the other day. I absolutely love your blog, esp the pictures!

  6. Hi Graceunderpressure … 4 tbls (2 for each smoothie) was just a convenient amount for a recipe.

    Hi Babette!

    Emma, that's a great idea! If you have some specific ideas, let me know!

    Thanks Nia 🙂

  7. Lisa thank you so much for passing the award along to me and for your friendship over the years. Means so much to me.

    And congrats on you receiving it, too!

  8. amy says:

    this looks so frothy, so smooth…so CREAMY. ughhhh want one NOW.

  9. Simone says:

    This looks like a yummy drink to try! I actually just posted a strawberry smoothie recipe last week on my blog- which is dedicated to being raw in Indonesia (so I have lots of tropical fruits and Asian ingredients in my recipes). I like the idea of adding ground flax seeds- can't wait to try it!

  10. Anonymous says:

    I am a frequent reader of you blog. I am in Germany (so I kind of stumbled across the award button :-). There's always so much inspiration here. Thank you for sharing!

  11. Anonymous says:

    Hello from Brazil! I'm a frequent reader and "sharer" of your blog. I run Viva Institute, a raw vegan retreat center in the mountains above Rio de Janeiro. My dishes always focus on simplicity–very little dehydrating, fresh ingredients, low on nuts or fancy ingredients. I always come away from your recipes with fresh inspiration. Muito obrigado!

  12. HiHoRosie says:

    even though I'm cold at the moment, that smoothie looks soooooo good!

  13. annette says:

    Hello Lisa
    I am a Danish woman living in Germany. I have been following your lovely blog for approx. a year.I get a lot of inspiration to raw food from your delicios recipes and pictures. Thank you for sharing. Annette

  14. Anonymous says:

    Rohberta said…
    Hello from Germany!
    I have subscribed to your blog very soon after I first started to get into raw food almost 3 years ago. It has always been very inspiring!
    I started a blog myself beginning of this year – I wanted to show that it is possible to have a full time job, a family, a puppy and study for a Bachelor Degree at night at university – and live a raw vegan life!
    I used to love cooking and growing my own vegetables and fruit for it. Switching to raw food in the beginning was sometimes very hard just because I didn't have any routine (as I had had with cooking) and it seemed easier and quicker for me to cook a pot of pasta with a sauce. Funny! Now that I have learned so much from raw foodies from all over the world, I have become more knowledgeable, more creative and more consistent in my raw food diet. Thank you so much for having been part of my transformation 🙂
    Best wished, Rohberta