Pinterest • The world’s catalog of ideas

Smoothie of the Month: Citrus: Food Network

This Citrus smoothie is irresistible in taste and texture thanks to a combination of frozen bananas and soaked nuts. Swap out grapefruit or blood orange for the navel oranges and use clementines in place of satsumas; either way, this makes the perfect quick, light breakfast on the go.

Brunch, lunch, or dinner, this silky smooth cocktail recipe is perfect for any occasion and super easy to make! Pour 2 oz Baileys™ The Original Irish Cream Liqueur, .25 oz Smirnoff™ No. 21 Vodka, .25 oz Godiva™ Chocolate Liqueur, and ice into a shaker. Give it a good shake until youve got a smooth liquid. Strain into a martini glass and add a chocolate garnish to finish and enjoy with friends.

Carrot-Pineapple Smoothie

Carrot-Pineapple Smoothie: The combination of beta-carotene packed carrots and vitamin-rich pineapple is a delicious and healthy one in this refreshing smoothie. Freezing carrot juice cuts out adding regular ice cubes, and we love using dried dates as a natural sweetener.

Green Smoothie

Green Smoothie Recipe: This pretty green smoothie is packed with fiber, vitamin C and lutein (which may be good for eyesight). Keep frozen grapes in your freezer so you can whirl this up in a pinch for breakfast or for a healthy refresher any time of day.

Blueberry-Almond Smoothie

Blueberry-Almond Smoothie: Roasted almonds add body and toasty flavor to this smoothie that's loaded with fiber and vitamin C.

Apple-Nut Smoothie

Apple-Nut Smoothie Recipe: This fiber-packed smoothie is a perfect after-school snack. Try a tablespoon of wheat germ instead of the peanuts for a nut-free alternative (nutrients will change).

Watermelon-and-Cucumber Smoothie

Watermelon-and-Cucumber Smoothie: This uber-refreshing smoothie is loaded with vitamin C, thanks to its watermelon. Keep chunks of watermelon in your freezer all summer long so you can blend this up anytime.