Rebalance Your Health With This Watercress and Apple Smoothie

Rebalance Your Health With This Watercress and Apple Smoothie

[Editor's Note: After the excess of the Thanksgiving feast, I find it's helpful to have a few recipes in the bank that can help restore some nutritional balance. This recipe is just the trick: It's packed with nutrients, and the banana and avocado mixed in make it particularly satisfying. Whip up a batch today! --Genie]

Watercress and Apple Smoothie

I thought the watercress would overpower the smoothie but it didn’t at all. It added a subtle flavour akin to a cross between mint and parsley which worked really well with the apple. It also made my “green smoothie” properly green.

Watercress Smoothie

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