My smoothie recipe series is coming to an end but I hope you'll continue having these throughout the week. It's really been making our family feel so much better and healthier. This strawberry smoothie recipe is kid-approved and although it tastes great, it has hidden healthy ingredients you can't taste. Hope you like it! And, remember these recipes roughly yield two 10 ounce smoothie servings. What You’ll Need to Make this
I love my Saturday spinach smoothie recipe because it's packed with iron and it's the only green smoothie my daughter drinks with pleasure. The banana balances out the leafy taste of the spinach and kale and the almonds make it nice and creamy. What You’ll Need to Make this Spinach Smoothie Recipe: 1 cup packed baby spinach leaves 1/2 cup packed kale leaves 1 banana, chopped 1 cup coconut milk (or substitute
This fig smoothie is a creamy, sweet one - a perfect treat instead of dessert. What You’ll Need to Make this Fig Smoothie Recipe: 5 figs, roughly chopped (preferably fresh ones but since figs are in season only during the summer/fall you can use dried figs instead) 1 cup blueberries 1 cup greek yogurt 1 teaspoon honey 1 tablespoon chopped walnuts 1/4 cup water 1/4 cup crushed iced Step 1 and Final
What You’ll Need to Make this Tangerine Smoothie: 1 large tangerine, skin peeled, membranes removed and then chopped (if you don't peel the membrane, your smoothie will have an unpleasant stringy texture) 1 mango, chopped 1/4 cup carrots, chopped 1 peach, chopped 1/4 cup water or orange juice 1/4 cup crushed ice Step 1 and Final Step: Add everything to a blender and blend away!
Happy #humpday! Today we had a yummy watermelon smoothie which was light and refreshing and perfect for the 85+ degree weather we have been getting in LA. This watermelon smoothie is a real thirst quencher and requires only 3 ingredients. What You’ll Need to Make this Watermelon Smoothie Recipe: 2 cups watermelon, chopped 1 medium apple, chopped 1/2 cup strawberries, chopped 1/4 cup crushed ice Step 1 and Final Step: Put all
It's Tuesday and that means another smoothie is in the works. Today's fix is the tropical smoothie. Loaded with tropical fruits and such, it tastes like Hawaii in a glass. I include macadamia nuts in this recipe because they are a great source of fiber and blend really well with these fruit flavors. This is my daughter's favorite and I always make her one when I pick her up from
Running around all day, cleaning, cooking, playing, nursing, bathing,...well you get the point. There is so much on your plate as a parent that often the last thing on your "To-Do List" is YOU. So hubby and I decided in order to take better care of ourselves we are going to have one smoothie a day. To keep it interesting, I wanted to come up with a different smoothie recipe for
I hate to burden you with stats, but read on and I promise you'll want to know this: Scientists at Biofortis Clinical Research and the University of Missouri Department of Exercise Physiology and Nutrition did a study and found that women who eat 30 - 39 grams of protein for breakfast lose more weight than women that eat less than that. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found that dieters who ate 30