Fitness Minutes: (65,954)
2,016 4/30/13 10:40 A
Like others, I make them for both meals and snacks. I've had them be up to 500 calories, for which they then HAVE to be a meal for me.
I have to say.... these smoothies are a tremendously helpful way to get vegetables in. I don't like salads, and smoothies are the way to go for me. As healthful as Kale is, I much prefer spinach. I prefer kale cooked.
Fitness Minutes: (9,122)
4/30/13 10:29 A
If it's more than 400 calories, I use it to as a meal (normally breakfast).
If it's less than 300 calories, it's a snack between meals.
Fitness Minutes: (5,920)
3,753 4/29/13 11:25 P
I love them for any meal/snack.
Fitness Minutes: (96,998)
2,136 4/29/13 10:20 P
I make them for breakfast, and then usually only need a little something else (like a hard boiled egg, small yogurt, some cereal, etc) a little later on to hold me over til lunchtime :)
Fitness Minutes: (34,451)
6,433 4/29/13 7:26 P
I do both
4/29/13 7:10 P
I've never made one. The esthetics of a "green" smoothie are so unappealing to me! Even if they taste good, I just couldn't....
Fitness Minutes: (41,134)
26,642 4/29/13 5:01 P
I have them whenever I feel like having the, regardless of what time of day it is.
Fitness Minutes: (3,359)
423 4/29/13 4:52 P
just curious: since smoothies are so popular -- do you make them for breakfast? Or do you have them in the afternoon to keep your energy high and your appetite low till supper?
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