nutrition

A legitimately good tasting green smoothie.

Ok- so I got a NutriBullet for Christmas. It’s amazing. I’ve been using it at least once or twice per day and experimenting with all sorts of fruits and veggies, making my own recipes. I tried to follow recipes online, but to be honest they were less than impressive. I found that experimenting on my own and creating my own unique recipes worked out best for me.

I really loved the berry-based smoothies, but my favorite so far has got to be the green smoothie I was able to perfect. I figured I’d share since New Year’s is right around the corner and some of you may be vowing to eat healthier – smoothies is one way to get the nutrients you’ve been lacking!

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Here’s what you need:

  • Spinach (frozen or fresh)
  • Kale (frozen or fresh)
  • 1/2 banana – sliced (frozen or thawed)
  • frozen mangoes
  • strawberry yogurt – about 2.5 tablespoons (feel free to use Vanilla, I bought strawberry by mistake and it is actually amazing in this smoothie!)
  • 1/3 Red Delicious apple sliced
  • Water for good measure (I have heard Coconut Water works great as well)

In the NutriBullet LARGE container, add spinach and kale. The frozen mangoes, banana slices, and apple slices are next. Add in the tablespoons of yogurt along with a bit of water. Secure the blade bottom and begin to blend your smoothie. NOTE: you may need to add more water.

I like to blend it for about 30 seconds to ensure it has a good consistency and it’s not too icy. TIP: You can use as much spinach and kale as you want, just be sure to add in comparable fruits to get that fruity, delicious taste.

Another tip: you don’t HAVE to use a NutriBullet. This can be made on any blender. Double or triple the recipe if needed when you are using a bigger blender!

I hope you all enjoy! Happy New Year and happy dieting 🙂

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