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Superfood Virgin Margarita

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Makes 2 16-oz. servings


Concentrated health benefits are accompanied by a margarita-style tartness in this tasty beverage.

3 cups (packed) chopped baby bok choy

2½ cups coconut ice (coconut water frozen in ice-cube trays)

½ tsp. fresh lemon zest

¼ cup freshly squeezed lime juice

½ tsp. Hawaiian spirulina powder

1 cup coconut water

Sweetener to taste

Blend all ingredients together until frosty and smooth. Taste, and sweeten as desired.

per serving: 103 cal; 3g pro; <1g total fat (0g sat fat); 25g carb; 0mg chol; 158mg sod; 2g fiber; 20g sugars

Related article:Super Spirulina



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