Enjoy this smoothie for breakfast or to cool down on a hot summers afternoon. If you have frozen fruit, you can use it frozen and leave out the ice, which can be easier if your blender is lower in power.
Show off your patriotism with this delicious blend of fruits! Banana, skim milk, and vanilla yogurt are a good base for playing with any type of fruit that’s fresh in your area. For homemade yogurt popsicles, freeze the smoothie mixture in popsicle molds and enjoy a sweet, responsible cool down!
Use your favorite fruits to make a refreshing smoothie on a hot summer’s evening. We’ve recommended berries here, because they’re easy to work with in smoothies, but any fruit frozen in bite-sized pieces will work just as well.
It’s quick, easy and nutritious. The perfect breakfast on the go. If you’ve got a garden or a local farmer’s market, this is a perfect recipe for playing with the freshest, local greens and fruit for the best flavor.
This easy smoothie is a great nutrient-packed beverage for a breakfast on the go. The best part is that it’s designed to be flexible with what’s in your fridge. Out of kale but have collards? Swap ’em in. Cupboard empty of apricots and dates? What the heck, give raisins a go. Tip: For the best […]
Bananas bring all the sweetness this simple shake needs. It’s tangy goodness is a great way to start the day. If you’re looking for a holiday treat for a party, mix up a big batch and serve them in small portions as holiday smoothie shooters.
This creamy smoothie will kick off your summer’s day with a blend of delicious nutrition. Use any berries you have on hand—just be sure they’re frozen when they go into the smoothie for a properly cold concoction.
Canned tart cherries are generally found in the canned fruit section at your grocery store. As they’re not generally a big seller, they’re usually on the top or bottom shelf. Frozen berries and cherries are perfect for this recipe. Thaw the fruit in the refrigerator overnight (in a bowl to collect the juices) and proceed […]