SMOOTHIES

Smoothies are an excellent way to get good nutrition in on the go. I recommend a plant based or grass fed whey protein. Collagen is also a great alternative which has no flavor. Vega One is a great product that also includes 50% RDA of all vitamins and minerals, omega 3, greens, antioxidants. Greens first is another addition I recommended that is loaded with extra nutrition.

Decreasing the liquid gives you a smoothie bowl which is a yummy way to get some protein in topped with fruit, nuts, nut butter, cacao nibs, coconut flakes etc. I recommend freezing a banana in quarters, it is a high glycemic fruit but really goes a long way to make a smoothie with a great consistency. Liquid amount will vary based on the amount of solid concentration- these measurements are a start but add more liquid/ice based on your personal preference.

 

 

Lemon Green 

8 oz almond milk (unsweetened) 

Handful frozen spinach 

1/4 frozen banana 

Squeeze of lemon

Scoop of greens first (optional)

PB & J

8 oz almond milk (unsweetened)

¼ frozen banana

2 T of naked PB powder

(or 2T nuts or 1 Tnut butter)

Handful of frozen strawberries

Creamsicle

8 oz almond milk (unsweetened)

¼ frozen banana

Handful frozen spinach

½ frozen orange

Vanilla extract

Chocolate peanut butter (really yummy smoothie bowl for a chocolate fiend!)

8 oz almond milk (unsweetened)

¼ frozen banana

2 T of naked PB powder or 2 T nuts or 1 T nut butter

1 T raw cacao powder

Cookies & Crème

8 oz almond milk (unsweetened)

¼ frozen banana

2 T raw cashews

2 T cacao nibs

Lemon ginger

8 oz almond milk (unsweetened)

Handful frozen spinach

¼ frozen banana

Squeeze of lemon

Cube of frozen fresh ginger

Blueberry Nut

8 oz almond milk (unsweetened)

Handful frozen spinach

¼ frozen banana

Squeeze of lemon

2 T walnuts

Handful of frozen blueberries