Our go-to smoothie formula? Purée fresh fruit with yogurt and milk! Or, make multiple batches and layer two flavours in one glass for an Insta-worthy effect
These 5 simple smoothie recipes will get you excited to drink your fruits and veggies again. Plus, I’m dishing up my best tips and tricks for making great smoothies.
A little ginger and tart pineapple juice add a kick to this sweet but healthy blend of banana and berries.
1 small banana
Blueberries, raspberries or blackberries
2 tsp. honey
1 tsp. grated peeled fresh ginger
This golden smoothie looks and tastes like sunshine in a glass, and is a nutritional knockout too. The orange juice and pineapple are high in vitamin C and the banana is a good source of potassium.
3/4 c. orange-tangerine juice blend
Frozen canned pineapple chunks
1/2 frozen banana
Whatever berries you have at home can go in this antioxidant-rich breakfast.
You can take cherry, strawberry anything
Low fat yogurt
Banana-peanut butter smoothie
For a thicker, colder smoothie, cut peeled banana into chunks and freeze for up to a week in a self-sealing plastic bag.
2 frozen bananas
2 spoons peanut butter
Ice and milk
Mango madness smoothie
Tropical flavours offer a mini vacation in a cup. You won't even notice the grated carrot added for extra sweetness and a bonus boost of veggies.
Enjoy your healthy smoothies at home. Just blend and go!!!