RICH VELVELTY CHOCOLATE SMOOTHIE- Low Calorie

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Introduction: RICH VELVELTY CHOCOLATE SMOOTHIE- Low Calorie

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Every now and then I tend to have one of those days when nothing but chocolate will do. Instead of going to town on some sugar and fat-filled chocolate bar, I have found having a rich dark chocolate smoothie like this for breakfast as a snack or as a dessert to hit the spot and satisfy that chocolate craving.

This chocolate smoothie is healthy filling and most importantly delicious.

Step 1: Ingredients

  1. 1 banana
  2. 2 tbs of cocoa powder
  3. 1 tbs of honey or chopped dates
  4. A handful of spinach (30g)
  5. 200ml of Almond milk

Step 2: Instruction

Add all the ingredient together in a blender or magic bullet and whizzz till smooth.

Step 3: Finished Product

Pour into a cup and enjoy. How quick and easy was that??.

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    sounds kinda gnarly tho cuz it's got spinach with chocolate...

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    I know what you mean, but it tastes really good and you get your greens in :).

    I make a very similar smoothie for breakfast a few times a week, except I use chocolate protein powder. Also, to those put off by the spinach, you can't taste it at all. I was skeptical at first, until I tried it.

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    I used to make it with Chocolate protein powder and it tasted great, I used greek yoghurt to increase the protein content and the thickness. Tastes very similar actually.

    It tastes really good, you dont taste the spinach at all.

    With the honey, dates/almonds plus the almond milk, the calorie count would be quite high I think.

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    The honey is optional and a tbs is 64 calories, almond milk is 30calories a cup, the date again are optional.