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Monday Morning in the Kitchen: Peach Basil Smoothie

Summer has arrived, bringing with it yummy stone fruits.  Some of the fruit in my produce box on Saturday was a bit bruised.  I decided to use it up right away in this delicious smoothie.


 
Peach Basil Smoothie

Fill a blender jar with chunks of fresh peach, a couple of cups of water, and some fresh basil springs.  Liquify, then pour half or more of the mixture into a pitcher.  Add to the blender jar: one banana, one avocado, a cup or two of frozen mixed berries, and a bit more water.  Liquify, then add to the pitcher.  Stir well and enjoy!

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Thanks for basil, which adds just the right touch!

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  1. Interesting! I love avocados in pretty much everything but wouldn't have thought to add them to the smoothie! Thanks!

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  2. I love this! YUM! Visiting from the Gotta Create blog hop! Feel free to also link this one up at our Red, White & BBQ Ladies Only Blog Share link party which is now live! :)

    http://mommifried.com/ladies-only-blog-share-link-party-red-white-bbq/

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  3. Looks like a delicious smoothie! We love smoothies in this house! Thanks for joining in at our LOBS link party!!

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  4. This is the second thing I've seen with peach and basil in it recently. That means I'm going to have to try out this flavor combo!!

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