Monday, January 02, 2012

Post Christmas Induced Stupor


**EDIT // A lot of people have been asking what brand of wine and smoothie I used.  I honestly don't remember, but I usually buy Riesling from Publix (in the $10 ballpark) and Wal-Mart brand berry mix (Strawberry, Raspberry, Cherry combination). //

The Monday after Christmas was good. And by good I mean I stayed in my jammies all day and made myself a wine smoothie at 2 in the afternoon.

 I took a bag of frozen fruit (one of those pre-made smoothie bags with fruit and froyo) and blended it with 1 cup of white vino.
 Then I poured it in a wine glass, cut up some cheese, and sat on the couch some more. Gluttony at its finest.

I'm not ashamed.
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17 comments

  1. i must try this.

    like tomorrow.

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  2. This is the most brilliant idea ever.

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  3. A wine smoothie?! I have never heard of such GREATNESS!

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  4. I waaaaaaaaaaaant one.

    damnit.

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  5. That look so mouth watering!

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  6. Got to try this! Can't wait til I tell my mother about this! Lol!

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  7. Fantastic idea! I cannot wait to try it!

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  8. I am going to try this right now!!!!

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  9. Looks so refreshing!!!

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  10. Thanks for the tip! It looks spectacularly delicious!

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  11. Which brand of the pre made smoothie bags did you use? Are they frozen? I want to try this soon in the summer.

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  12. Doing this right now!

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  13. What smoothie mix did you use and what brand of wine?

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    1. It was so long ago I can't remember. I generally buy cheap Reisling ($10 ballpark) and I used Wal-Mart brand frozen berry mix (strawberry, blueberry rasberry combo). It wasn't a specific smoothie mix but any frozen fruit of your choice with work.

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  14. So amazing! What a great idea !

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