This is a compilation of smoothie recipes shared on Project Healthy Ever After’s Facebook page for Smoothie Tuesday #19. If you missed previous Smoothie Tuesdays, you can check out the smoothie recipes here.
Today I’m sharing an Anti-Aging Energy Enhancing Smoothie just in case you need some nutritional help after the holiday celebrations.
And without further ado, here are the other smoothie recipes shared today. Go check out all of the yumminess.
Peanut Butter Berry Smoothie from A Cedar Spoon
5 Easy Tips for Making the Best Green Smoothies from A Harmony Healing
Happy Shake Smoothie from A Simply Raw Life
Dream Shake Smoothie from ChinDeep
Mango Banana and Orange Smoothie from Citron Limette
Cranberry Sparkler Mocktail from Cupcakes and Kale Chips
Dr. Oz Morning Green Smoothie from eat4goodlife
Oh Kale Juice from Eat Love and Be Merry
Full Belly Sisters shares Mango Spinach Smoothie. Add to blender: about 3/4 cup frozen mango chunks, 1/2 cup vanilla hemp milk, and a huge handful (about a cup packed) of baby spinach. Blend until smooth and bottoms up!
Green Tea with Honey and Mango Smoothies from Groovin’ Moms
Green Ginger Smoothie from Knead to Cook
Pumpkin Power Smoothie from KungFūd
Winter Juicer from Living Simply Gluten Free
Blueberry Banana and Applesauce Smoothie from Manila Spoon
Wheatgrass Pineapple Broccoli Smoothie from Mia’s Domain
Blueberry Coconut from My Love for Cooking
Kale and Mixed Berry Smoothie from My Whole Food Life
Cucumber Blackberry Smoothie from Nom Eat Nom
Nana Michelle Aloha Recipes share this smoothie tip ~ I use 100% fruit juice when I make smoothies and yes to us it does make a difference in the taste.
Banana Split Smoothie from Noshing with the Nolands
Cherry Cheesecake Smoothie from Noshing with the Nolands
Detox Smoothie from Zoom Yummy (shared by On The Go Cooking Show)
Peanut Butter and Banana Smoothie from Pook’s Pantry
Remember when we lived in that castle? shares these smoothie tips: (1) add a scoopful of Brewer’s yeast for your daily dose of B vitamins, plus so many more and (2) when making a green smoothie with a generous handful of fresh spinach or kale, use blackberries or blueberries so you don’t notice the green color or taste!
Magnificent Muck from Sumptuous Spoonfuls
Orange Sunrise Smoothie from The Baking Fairy
Nutty Coconut Pumpkin Smoothie from The Fountain Avenue Kitchen
Honey and Banana Icypoles from The Nutrition Guru and the Chef
Peanut Butter Chocolate Banana Smoothie from The Two Bite Club
Black Grape Banana Smoothie from Tickling Palates
Choco-Health Sensation Smoothie from Unlock Better Health
Cranberry Sauce Smoothie from WonkyWonderful
So what did you think? Which one was your favorite? Share it in the comments.
Or do you have a smoothie to share? Simply post to to Project Healthy Ever After’s Facebook Page every Tuesday.