Smoothies are probably my favourite way of getting loads of nutrients into my body when time is short (as it often is!). If, like me, you struggle in the morning, or just don't have time to create anything fancy, you can prepare a jug of ingredients the night before and leave it in the fridge overnight
The quantities in these recipes are a little vague, as we all have slightly different tastes - so tweak to suit yours. To change things up slightly, you can make make the smoothies a little thicker and serve them in a bowl topped with a little fruit, chia seeds, flakes almonds, etc. My freezer is always stacked with frozen fruits, they are cheaper than fresh they taste great and help to make a lovely thick smoothie.
SOME OF MY FAVOURITE SMOOTHIE RECIPES:
Sesame and Mango Dream
Boosts calcium, anti-inflammatory
Frozen banana ~ Mango ~ Turmeric ~ Tahini ~ Lime ~ Almond Milk
Frozen banana ~ Avocado ~ Raw Cacao Powder ~ Maple Syrup ~ Dairy Free Milk
High in vitamin C, anti-viral
Frozen banana ~ Apple ~ Carrot ~ Orange ~ Lemon ~ Ginger ~ Dairy Free Milk
All About The Greens
Electrolytes, protein, good after work out
Frozen banana ~ Celery ~ Kiwi ~ Avocado ~ Protein Powder ~ Greens Powder ~ Almonds ~ Coconut Water
Your guide to living whole and well. Emma Olliff is a Registered Nutritional Therapist, wellness expert, food lover, and advocate for healthy living!