Summer Smoothies

When it gets hot outside what’s your favorite drink? During the warmer months, it’s a pretty normal thing to see people walking with all sorts of frozen treats like ice creams and frozen yogurt.

Even though they are very delicious, a lot of those kinds of store bought treats can be very high in sugar, which can be a problem for some people, so maybe they could something more natural like a smoothie?

Smoothies are great tasting and are full of essential nutrients that your body needs. The next article will explore the best summertime smoothies.

Blueberry Smoothie

There’s never a time when a blueberry smoothie is a bad idea unless you’re allergic to blueberries. Blueberries are heavily antioxidant and have a wonderfully natural sweet taste. Continue reading

Few things beat the summer heat like a refreshing smoothie. Smoothies are also a great way to get fresh fruits into your diet, and kids tend to like them, too.

The following recipes are enough for approximately two smoothies. You can increase or decrease the ingredients to vary the amount and the taste.

Smoothies are very forgiving – if you don’t have some of the ingredients listed below, you can leave them out or try something comparable (rice milk instead of almond milk, for instance, or vanilla yogurt instead of plain).

Leftover smoothies can be frozen in ice cube trays (use them in your next smoothie) or popsicle molds.

Here are some ideas for a frosty, healthy summer treat: Continue reading