Green Sorbet
"Challenge your ideas and preconceived notions about food. Green is one of the most common and prolific colors found in nature; ask yourself, why is it so strange to eat and drink green things Why are our children so often repulsed by foods of this color And what in our cultural paradigm is encouraging this Green-colored produce is rich in a wide range of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and a significant source of chlorophyll. Green-colored produce is important. This is a delicious hybrid of sorbet and mousse, a perfect dessert and even more exciting addition to any breakfast. It's filled with spinach, avocado, coconut water, and a little bit of coconut oil. It's flavored with fresh-squeezed lime juice and sweetened with a dollop of raw, local honey. This is food. Let's get kids excited about cooking and knowledgeable about what they eat! Let Food Revolution Day be a reason to try new things and shake up your diet for a healthier, happier YOU. Join the revolution and share in the worldwide fun by sharing your photos and experiences with the hashtag #FRD2014 :)"
-- @sheilahiggins.wellness
Recipe Intro From sheilahiggins.wellness
It's true! We are the ones who should inspire our children to embrace the goodness of green, especially when it can taste so good too!