Smoothie-OTW-Week-3

Smoothie OTW Link-Up (Week 3), November 24th, 2013 + Grape & Honeydew Blender Juice

Alison Murray Recipes, Wholefood Blender Party 14 Comments

Smoothie OTW Link-Up - Om Nom Ally


Featured Links | Guidelines | Links + Add Your Own | Ally’s Smoothie OTW

I can’t believe it’s week three of the Smoothie OTW Link-Up already! I feel so much gratitude towards the bloggers linking up and the readers who have been visiting. You’re all real food stars :D I hope you’ve all being enjoying the event as much as I have so far!

Without further ado, here as the feature’s from last week’s link-up as decided by you!

Featured Links

This week your favourites were a spiced hot chocolate that you can also enjoy raw, a delicious chilled berry and hibiscus infusion and a healthy, creamy avocado smoothie!

Thanks for linking up Coconut and Berries, Just Dip It In Chocolate, In Search of Yummy-ness and everyone who linked up last week; I appreciate your hard work, love your blogs and hope you’ll join us again!

Spiced Hot Chocolate – Coconut and Berries

Very Berry Hibiscus Cooler

Very Berry Hibiscus Cooler – Just Dip It In Chocolate 

Healthy Avocado Smoothie

Healthy Avocado Smoothie – In Search of Yummy-ness

(Return to top)

Smoothie OTW Link-Up Guidelines:

  1. This link party will start at 12pm Sundays and end at 8pm Thursdays (AEST).
  2. Enter up to 3 links on relavent topics (see above). The post may be your newest, or from your archive – it doesn’t matter, we want to see it! Linked recipes should focus on wholefood, unrefined and unprocessed ingredients.
  3. Link to your specific post for each entry, not the main page of your blog. Enter your post description in the “NAME” space on this form (not YOUR name). Please do not add links that promote giveaways, online shops or other link parties.
  4. You must link back to the party, either through a text link or button on your post (available below in two sizes). Leave a comment on the link-up page if you like and visit some other posted links that pique your interest – it’s a community event after-all! Mentioning the link-up on social media is encouraged and will help this event grow to build a strong community based on real food recipes.
  5. Every week I will pick 3 posts to feature on the Smoothie OTW Link-Up post. By entering your link, you are giving permission to use any part of your post (including images) in a spotlight on Om Nom Ally. Proper credit and links will always be given to you and you will be notified of any use of post materials. Posts are also promoted on the Om Nom Ally social media channels and added to the Smoothie OTW Pinterest board.

(Return to top)

Smoothie OTW Link-Up (Week 3)

(Return to top)

Green Grape & Honeydew Blender Juice

If you’ve ever made non-dairy milk with a nut milk bag then you can make blender juice! Blend your desired ingredients with some extra water and then strain through the bag or a fine mesh strainer to get all the health benefits of fresh juice minus the pulp. To enjoy some of the healthy fibre found in fruits and vegetables, simply add 1-2 tablespoons back into the juice and mix well. And you thought your blender only made smoothies!

Grape & Honeydew Blender Juice | Om Nom Ally

5.0 from 1 reviews
Smoothie OTW Link-Up (Week 3) + Grape & Honeydew Blender Juice
 
Prep time
Total time
 
Don't have a juicer but want to enjoy fresh juice daily? Your blender + a strainer/nut milk bag can work in a pinch!
Author:
Recipe type: Beverages, Juicing
Cuisine: Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Grain-free, Nut-free, Soy-free, Wheat-free, Raw, Vegan.
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 1 cup green, seedless grapes
  • 1 cup chopped honeydew melon
  • ½ lemon, peel & pith removed
  • 2 cup spring or filtered water
Instructions
  1. Blend all ingredients on high until blended to a smoothie. String content through a fine mesh strainer or nut milk bag.
  2. Optional: Add back 1-2 tbsp of leftover 'pulp' to enjoy all the benefits of the fibre from the fruits.
 

More Great Food Articles From Around the Net

The following two tabs change content below.
Alison is a naturopath in training, store manager of the Gluten Free Shop and a food blogger extraordinaire! Passionate about creating real food recipes that are simple. delicious, and economical, Alison is also a Health & Wellness Coach and a Spiritual Healer. She lives in Melbourne, VIC, Australia and spends her free time cooking, baking and blending.
Alison MurraySmoothie OTW Link-Up (Week 3), November 24th, 2013 + Grape & Honeydew Blender Juice

Comments 14

    1. Post
      Author
  1. Sandra from candidadietplan.com

    Hello :)
    Just wanted to say hi since this is my first participation in Smoothies OTW and I don’t know you all yet.

    I’m Sandra. I write & share my recipes that help with food allergies over at candidadietplan.com.

    Today I’m sharing my Creamy Green Calmer Smoothie – I think we can all do with a bit of calm before the festive days start, right! Can you guess what’s in this healthy green smoothie that makes it calming ;-) ?

    Thanks for getting this off the ground – it’s a great event :)

    1. Post
      Author
      Alison Murray

      I most certainly agree about needing some calm before the festive storm! This smoothie looks great, I saw on your website about it’s soporific qualities and I think sometimes we could all use a bit more of that :)

      Thank you so much for joining up and I hope to see you again at Smoothie OTW! It’s great to have you here :)

    1. Post
      Author
      Alison Murray

      That’s ok Emma :D I really appreciate your contributions so far and can’t wait to see what you make in the future! Thanks for commenting this week, it’s always lovely to hear from you :)

    1. Post
      Author
    1. Post
      Author
      Alison Murray

      My pleasure Shareba, thanks for making such amazing recipes. I’ve been trying quite a few of the linked recipes and they’ve all been amazing! Hope you’ll share again soon, love your site :)

    1. Post
      Author

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Connect with Facebook

Rate this recipe: