Smoothie recipes are everywhere! They are THE go-to breakfast or energizing snack in the afternoon!
If you have a blender, you can make virtually any smoothie!
Smoothies are quick and easy, help you get more fruits and veggies, and can sustain your energy for a longer time! And did I mention, FUN?
If I didn’t…FUN ranks right up there!
I LOVE listening to the whir of my HealthMaster™ blender (Montel Williams Living Well series)….yes, we got sucked into the infomercial and resisted, however, when we saw it at our local Boscov’s, we purchased it (and are happy to say it has been great)!
Anyway, the blender itself comes with a Smoothies and Power Drinks recipe manual and additional titles for making soups & sauces, appetizers & dressings, and desserts & ice cream, as well as an eating plan.
I’ve collected quite a few recipes into a “Smoothies” file, and I downloaded the Smoothies for Migraines ebook onto my Kindle, along with a few other titles.
When I first started blending my smoothies, I followed the recipes to the T.
Now, not so much!
It all depends what’s in the refrigerator and on the countertop….these ingredients will become my smoothie for the day!
A favorite of mine that I make fairly often is a nut and fruit smoothie.
This one was made with 1 cup of fresh blueberries, ¼ cup of natural peanut butter (no sugar added), 2 very ripe bananas, 2 T chia seeds, 2 cups of vanilla soy milk and 6 ice cubes.
The ripe bananas give this smoothie a sweet taste
and the blend of blueberries and peanut butter round it out!
So if you haven’t become part of the smoothie craze, I would suggest that you join us!
Easy, nutritious, and fun!!
What could be better?
© 2015, Monica of glutenfreedoubletalk