It’s hard to stay healthy without preparing a bit in advance. Easy access to junk food and drive thru’s make it difficult to keep your healthy binge in check. Luckily, these 4 smoothie recipes are so simple and can quench any craving. The best part is – you can take these quick smoothies with you on the go! So you won’t have to give in to the sour candy calling your name at the gas station.
CUCKOO FOR COCOA!
Sometimes we can’t help but have that craving for chocolate. This shake will taste just like a chocolate shake without the added sugar. The frozen bananas and yogurt will make this smoothie as dense and as creamy as if it were ice cream. Try it out and thank us later!
INGREDIENTS: FROZEN BANANAS, ALMOND MILK, VANILLA GREEK YOGURT, COCOA POWDER
In the mood for something refreshing? That will make you feel like you’re lying on the beach in Miami? Maybe you’re in the mood for a little zest and punch of sourness. We got your back! This smoothie is healthy and tastes amazing! You won’t even taste the added leafy greens with all the sweet and sour from the fruit. You get all the added benefits without the green taste.
BERRY GOOD MORNING!
Sometimes, we just don’t have the luxury of sitting down and enjoying our delicious oatmeal first thing in the morning. With this smoothie, you can take in all the flavors of your favorite breakfast without costing yourself the time. Just throw all the ingredients in the blender, and you can take this smoothie with you on your morning commute. Eating your breakfast through a straw has never been so fun and delicious!
Feeling a little under the weather? Maybe you could use a boost of energy? This wellness drink is perfect for you! With a bunch of ingredients that will boost your immune system, and the cayenne will give you that kick of energy you need to get things done! Give your body what it needs to feel good so you can take on your day with energy and power!
INGREDIENTS: COCONUT WATER, FRESH GINGER, FROZEN PINEAPPLE, FRESH LEMON JUICE, HONEY, TURMERIC POWDER, CAYENNE PEPPER
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