Switching Up Your Breakfast And An Amazing Cantaloupe Smoothie Recipe

25 responses

  1. janice strand
    March 20, 2013

    I love using Great Lakes Gelatin also, it’s so healing.

    • hallecottis
      March 20, 2013

      @janice strand I buy the stuff by the case Janice!  Love it too :)

  2. PattyinMo
    March 21, 2013

    Halle,  this smoothie sounds out of this world.  I have some canteloupe chunks in the freezer from our over abundance last summer.  But I don’t understand why it should take 5 hours to make.  Do you have to let the gelatin set up for that period of time?  I usually drink my smoothies with gelatin in them within a couple hours.  Is this something I need to change up to get the gelatin benefits?

    • hallecottis
      March 21, 2013

      @PattyinMo OMG Patty, that is a typo, should read 5 minutes!  Thanks for the catch :)  I will make the change!

  3. Jan Martin Whitlinger
    March 21, 2013

    I made a sweet version of your Rosemary Flatbread for breakfast this morning, because I had some fresh strawberries that were calling my name… I’d gotten in an egg rut, and totally forgotten how much I enjoy them! Couldn’t find the recipe on your site anymore, but had saved it on my computer… YEAH!

  4. Whole Lifestyle Nutrition
    March 21, 2013

    i think it is in the cookbook Jan! I need to make some flatbread too, it has been awhile :)

  5. sherrigoedker
    March 21, 2013

    If I can’t get Great Lakes gelatin (I live in Guatemala and can only get unflavored store-bought gelatin which has no ingredients on the box), then is it better to use NONE? Or is the kind they have here better than nothing? Thanks!! =]

    • hallecottis
      March 21, 2013

      @sherrigoedker I would go with NONE Sherri, the stuff in the grocery stores is garbage.  If I recall you are doing missionary work there right?

      • sherrigoedker
        March 21, 2013

        @hallecottis Thanks for your response! I know there are some things where it’s better to get organic if you can and yet other things that you absolutely shouldn’t use, so thank you for clarifying. And yes, we are missionaries down here. It can get pretty interesting trying to eat healthy here because you have no idea if something is basically organic or smothered in DDT. Every once in a blue moon we can get someone to bring us stevia and coconut oil, so that’s good! Love your recipes!!! =]

  6. Francine Wyse
    March 21, 2013

    Oh I made the strawberry almond baked oatmeal last weekend, it was really good

  7. Bainsco
    March 25, 2013

    bitchinkitchen That sounds damn good. Would break the strawberry protein shake up….Hmmmmmm

  8. Ravenverde
    March 25, 2013

    bitchinkitchen Can I use cantaloupe instead of bananas in smoothies?

    • bitchinkitchen
      March 26, 2013

      Ravenverde It’ll be different, but we say why not!? xo BK Crew

  9. kingof__fools
    March 25, 2013

    bitchinkitchen Hey, just stumbled across your show (on Food network UK) and I LOVE it, consider me you’re newest, biggest fan :) x

  10. PerStefania
    March 25, 2013

    bitchinkitchen I LOVE cantaloupe in my smoothies… with some PB and vanilla rice milk

  11. PerStefania
    March 25, 2013

    bitchinkitchen I LOVE cantaloupe in my smoothies… with a banana, some PB and vanilla rice milk. AMAZING

  12. MelissaWstbrk
    March 28, 2013

    bitchinkitchen You were right.. Threw in mango, strawberries and skim milk yum! I shkoffed it :)

  13. AmyMcDonald
    April 30, 2013

    If you are not into gelatin you can use spirulina (or even powdered Spiru-tein) instead. vegan choice. (And I’m not a vegan, I just can’t stomach gelatin).

  14. Maria Vincent
    February 8, 2014

    this one is the best smoothie-recipe I found on internet….. I’ll try this today only… Thanks :-)

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