Since it’s Saturday today, I had a bit more time in the mornings then I usually do. I decided to get a bit more creative with my morning smoothies by mixing ingredients that I wouldn’t usually.
For a bit of added protein, I threw in a handful of almonds. They made the smoothie surprisingly smoother then usual, and the carrots blended together perfectly with the strawberries and apple slices.
This smoothie has an excellent variety of nutrition, and will make your taste buds smile for hours!
- All-natural apple juice
Try it out and let me know what you think!
My boyfriend Bryan is in the Marines- and even with his busy schedule, he still finds time to make smoothies! He texted me this picture of his all natural green smoothie that exploded all over everything, and I couldn’t help but laugh and put it on my health blog.
Don’t forget to close the lids on your blenders everyone!
Be inspired by Bryan’s incredible ability to find time for smoothie making throughout his 11 hour work days in the Marines.
If he can wake up at 5am everyday, and still have time to eat healthy, you can eat healthy too!
I’m still really excited about adding vegetables to my smoothies, and the cucumber this morning was a great addition!
I could barely taste the light and crisp flavors of the 1/2 cucumber I put in.
Adding a vegetable to every smoothie this week has made them so much more gratifying to drink!
Today’s morning smoothie ingredients:
Peach nectar juice
Delicous and refreshing on this hot San Diego day!
Put some variety in your morning smoothies!
If you switch up your fruits and veggies every morning, your body will get a great weekly variation of nutrients.
Your hair, nails and skin will thank you for it 🙂
I may have gone a bit overboard on this morning’s fruit smoothie garnishes… But hey, the bigger the garnish the happier the tummy!
Today is my third day in a row adding veggies to my smoothies, and I’m loving every second of it.
Orange pineapple banana juice
Blend and enjoy!
Don’t worry, to my surprise, I couldn’t even taste the carrots 🙂 Such a great way to sneak some extra nutrients into your day!
I’m so excited to have added tomatoes to my fruit smoothie this morning. Growing up as such a picky eater, It’s something that I never thought I’d do.
I’m taking baby steps into the veggie+smoothie world, and only adding one type at a time.
This morning I added tomatoes to a pineapple raspberry mango smoothie, and to my surprise I couldn’t even taste them!
Adding vegetables to your smoothies, is a great way to pump up your natural nutrients for the day.
Get creative, try it out!
This delicious easy make slushie will take your breath away.
Made with REAL fruit, and no artificial flavors makes this a great alternative to store bought juice.
1 cup Fresh watermelon
1/2 cup freshly squeezed lemon juice
1/3 cup granulated sugar (you can also substitute honey to make it a bit healthier)
Blend everything together, add a slice of watermelon and some fresh mint for garish! Seriously guys, so good.