For most people making smoothies, it’s throw in forgotten fruit at the bottom of a refrigerator into a blender with water, yogurt or milk. As time goes on, kale or spinach is added for more nutrients. Smoothies are healthy and fun drinks, and if you’re trying to break out of the banana, berry and/or spinach smoothie mix, Julie Morris’ “Superfood Smoothie,” will not only inspire better tasting smoothies, but it’s a chance to learn how to turn a smoothie into a nutritional powerhouse. Read more
#SmoothieNumbers 23: Raspberry Apple Cider’s flavor remind me of a warm day in autumn. Use any type of apple, such as a macoun or granny-smith, in this sweet and slightly tart drink. Read more
#SmoothieNumbers 23: Blueberry Coffee is a refreshing drink with anti-oxidant blueberries and cold-brewed coffee. It’s an energizing drink to enjoy before running outside, on a treadmill, or a cardio workout.
#SmoothieNumbers 22: Cardamom Blackberry Asian Pear is a refreshing drink using late summer blackberries and the first of autumn’s Asian Pears. Read more
#SmoothieNumbers are quick recipes sans the story for making refreshing drinks in a blender. No expensive juicer is needed, and greens are for salads. Read more