Smoothies are simply sensational and I found 11 recipes to share with you!
We make smoothies often around our home. They make a yummy quick breakfast, snack, or pre or post-workout drink. For busier than usual weeks, we make a big batch, seal and save them so we just pop open and drink.
OMC! Love chocolate? Try this smoothie and save a few pieces for your tea tonight.
Kiwis are delicious doses of green goodness. I’ve enjoyed them for decades and my girls have recently added them to the most wanted snack and smoothie list.
This Triple Berry Kiwi Smoothie combines the berries and kiwi to make a beautiful combination.
Want to work more greens into your family’s diet but not sure where to start? Try my Starter Smoothie. Great way to start your journey to a healthier lifestyle and adding greens and veggies in for the day.
Sometimes we want something chocolatey and sweet but don’t want the processed gunk and toxins that come along with commercial shakes or desserts.
This recipe provides the right hint of sweetness and creaminess with the bananas.
I bought a super size super sweet watermelon from the side of the road a few weeks ago and we only ate half of it. This smoothies is perfect for left over watermelon and limes that are becoming a bit too hard.
Do you make smoothies? What are some of your favorites? I’d love to to hear how you like some of these sensational smoothies.
Like this post? Here’s my first recipe I used on my journey to a life less processed. I stuck with it until I was comfortable enough with buying greens and ready to mix it up a bit.
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