{drink the rainbow! – clementine creamsicle vitamix juice}

23 Apr

this is super delicious, as you can imagine!!

my only issue with this drink right now is that i want one, and yet it’s snowing outside, so it’s just kinda weird… have i mentioned how i’m so beyond ready for spring?!? – even though technically it ought to be here by now…! sigh…

for this creation, i used some clementines i bought in a bag and just pre-peeled some for smoothies and snacking…

– clementines {about 3/4 cup}
– coconut milk {about 3/4 cup}
– ice

blend on high until desired consistency is reached and ENJOY!
coconut milk is wonderfully creamy and makes drinks like this extra delicious and frothy.

13 Responses to “{drink the rainbow! – clementine creamsicle vitamix juice}”

  1. Anthony Mark April 23, 2013 at 10:16 am #

    oh this looks super yummy


  2. Charmaine April 23, 2013 at 1:07 pm #

    I want one right now.


  3. danistrulytheman April 23, 2013 at 2:54 pm #

    you should write a book (and I ain’t suggesting limiting it to vitamix either – although that’d great), ’bout healthy lifestyle/eating choices/living … you live and breathe it, your honesty and sincerity shine through … always love seeing what you come up with!


    • cooking with audrey April 24, 2013 at 12:24 am #

      brother dan! that is one of the nicest things i have been told yet. thank you so much for those kind and thoughtful words! and thank you for appreciating who i am and for being an avid reader!! funny you should mention a book – i want to do at least two!! 🙂 i think one might start next month, actually! i’ll be sure and keep you posted. and thanks again for the stellar confidence boost!


      • danistrulytheman April 24, 2013 at 5:22 am #

        you’re welcome Audrey, I could drone on but won’t (not here, not now at least, lol), will just say, you have such an ease and simplicity, a beauty about your blogposts … the ideas/words/pics.


      • cooking with audrey April 24, 2013 at 7:57 am #

        you see the real me! it makes my heart so happy to know that truth shines through, that’s what i am all about and aim to give the world that “impression” if you will. so it means so much to me to read your words. i truly thank you and you have inspired me to keep it up! a little appreciation goes a LONG way. it’s free, and it’s priceless! thank you again!!!


      • cooking with audrey April 24, 2013 at 8:01 am #

        i’m like STAPLES – just hit the “easy” button – cuz there really is one for life, you know – a few, actually 😉


  4. cookingwithauntjuju.com March 22, 2014 at 12:44 pm #

    Looks really good and simple – I have coconut water and almond milk – I wonder how your smoothie would taste using one of those ingredients? Thanks for sharing and Happy Spring 🙂


    • cooking with audrey March 22, 2014 at 1:48 pm #

      hi juju! thanks for stopping by and commenting!

      i try to live by the “KISS” rule – keep it seriously simple. 😉

      i use almond milk occasionally. i’ve tried all kinds of milk, but i decided to stick with coconut milk for a few reasons – one, it’s loaded with healthy fats. two – it blends better in a smoothie in my opinion, and the flavour is so mild it just blends with everything… with almond milk i found that my smoothies were more thick than i preferred and the flavour was different. and lastly – i choose coconut milk because of the nutritional benefits… do you realize how good coconut is for our heart, our brain, our skin, and so many othere things??!! if i want to add in almonds for their nutrition, i just add in almonds – that’s one of the amazing things about the vitamix. 😀
      i did a smoothie with just coconut water also, and it turned out great! – https://foodandfoto.com/2013/04/08/drink-the-rainbow-strawberry-sunrise-vitamix-juice/


  5. Ajualuv March 23, 2014 at 10:13 am #

    Looks amazingly yummy! Thank you for the wonderful ideas!


    • cooking with audrey March 23, 2014 at 11:32 am #

      thanks, lady! this one is definitely one of my favourite vitamix concoctions 🙂


  6. cooking with audrey March 18, 2014 at 9:27 am #

    hi there! thanks for the shout-out on my clementine creamsicle smoothie! it was nice to read about your variation on it. i think the coconut milk adds a different kind of creaminess and flavour that cow’s milk doesn’t provide. i don’t really keep milk in my house, but i do enjoy it, i just opt to use coconut milk in my smoothies most of the time… i’ve used almond milk and regular milk, but it’s just a personal preference to use the coconut milk. for this particular recipe, i think the flavour comes from the freshness of the clementines and the creamy fatty goodness in the coconut milk.

    thanks again for stopping by!



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