PBJ Smoothie + Blog Awards!

Hello everyone! I recently returned from a trip and while I was gone, I was nominated for two blog awards! I’m sorry for the delay in my response…but here it is! Get excited for all the wonderful blog links you are about to discover. πŸ™‚ Also, I hope this doesn’t make me the world’s worst blogger, but I might combine them…I’ve always been bad at coming up with random things about myself, haha

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First, Beyond The Green Door has graciously nominated me for the Illuminating Blogger Award! Thank you so much! Theirs is definitely a blog you’ll want to check out if you haven’t already…chock full of brilliant ideas relating to all things entertaining, home management, and, of course, recipes.

My nominations for this award are: (Go check out these wonderful bloggers!)

A Nerd Walks Into a Kitchen

Just Clean Food

The Vegetable Centric Kitchen

In Sustainability and in Health

Dan Barton Blog

Also, Lazy Hippie Mama was kind enough to nominate me for the Versatile Blogger Award. Her site has lots and lots of interesting thoughts relating to all sorts of topics, and I always love to hear what she has to say.

My nominations for this award are:

Vogue Vegetarian

A Lot on Your Plate

Toy Kitchen Chef

Veggie Yogi

The $35 Dollar a Week Project

And…last but definitely not least, Dare to Eat a Peach has nominated me for the Lovely Blogger Award! So kind of her! This is a blog that will make you drool, so it’s definitely worth keeping your eye on.

(Not sure where to get the badge…sorry ’bout that!)

My nomination for this award are:

A Tempting Vegan

Gazing In

Food Fitness Fresh Air

The Green Veggie

Words and Herbs

AND….

Here are a handful of facts about myself…For all the above combined. πŸ˜‰

  • I have never broken a bone, though I have dislocated ones ridiculously often.
  • I am (slightly) afraid of escalators. Yes, I am an adult.
  • I won a science fair award in middle school for a project on boomerangs.
  • My favorite book is Les Miserables by Victor Hugo.
  • My close second favorite book is De Anima, by Aristotle
  • I lived in Paris when I was in middle school while my mom when to Le Cordon Bleu
  • I love any and all things outdoors, and worked in the outdoor sports industry for years, but have never been downhill skiing.
  • I love clouds, fog, and rain and get grumpy when it’s too sunny for too long.
  • I trip over my own feet a lot. Yoga has not helped my clutziness.
  • I have never eaten bacon, even in my pre-vegetarian days.
  • I really, really love cats though I don’t have one

Ok that’s enough…Now for a quick recipe to wrap up this looong post

PBJ Smoothie

Ingredients

  • 2 cups spinach (optional…I just really like green smoothies πŸ™‚ )
  • 1 cup fresh or frozen strawberries
  • 1 tbs peanut butter
  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup your choice of milk (almond milk goes really well here!)

Directions

Blend in a blender until you get a nice smooth texture. Enjoy!

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23 responses

  1. I was going to be offended that you talked about me and put a recipe for green slime in the same post… but then you added peanut butter and that changes everything. Perhaps with peanut butter I could like it more… hmmm… interesting! πŸ™‚

    • Haha, so I’ve heard. I just love snowshoeing/backpacking/trailrunning/rockclimbing/XC skiing so much I hadn’t had the time! I won’t say never though. Maybe I’ll take one of those beginning skiing courses and be the only one over 5 years old. πŸ˜‰ Yes!

  2. …I’ve been away from home too, so just catching up! Thanks for the mention, Becca, very nice of you as always. By the way, I share your appreciation of ‘bad’ weather, but not of cats or boomerang projects! πŸ˜‰ Dan.

    • You’re welcome, Dan! You always have such great thoughts on your blog it deserves some attention. πŸ™‚ And I agree — sunshine is slightly overrated…and I don’t blame you — not sure any one else is into boomerangs and cats like me, haha! Welcome back!

  3. Hi Becca,
    Just wanted to say I came across your blog from a comment you posted at nofoodwithaface blog and holy moly, I am furiously copying down a million of your recipes to try, they look amazing!
    Thanks for sharing them πŸ˜€

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