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Blueberry Almond Butter Smoothie 1 banana, peeled 1 cup frozen blueberries 1/2 cup almond butter 1/2 cup plain yogurt 3/4 cup almond milk 3 dates, pitted and quartered 1 cup ice, or as needed Combine all ingredients in a blender; purée on high speed until smooth. Add a few ice cubes and blend until it reaches your desired consistency.
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Smoothie Step 1: Add Fruits and/or Vegetables Use fresh or frozen fruits to make your smoothie. Out of season, frozen fruits are a good choice, as they’re picked at the peak of ripeness and immediately frozen, sealing in the vitamins and minerals for maximum nutrition and maintaining textural integrity. Of course frozen fruits are incredibly convenient, but they also score high in terms of taste. Because you need less ice, you can achieve a more intense, purer flavor and yield a creamier smoothie. Why not freeze your own fruit, especially if you prefer organic? Just buy fruit in bulk when in season (esp. when on sale), peel, cut, place in freezer bags and freeze. Fruits to add to your smoothie include: Apples Apricot Avocado Banana Berries (e.g. strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, cranberries, cherries) Grapefruit Grape Guava Kiwi Mango Melon (e.g. watermelon, cantaloupe, honeydew) Nectarines Oranges Papaya Peach Pears Pineapple Plums Pomegranate Strawberry Smoothies are a great opportunity to get some greens into your diet without actually tasting them. The fruit in smoothies mask most of the flavor of the vegetables, such that it still tastes like a fruit smoothie (though slightly different color). Spinach is one of the most popular greens added to smoothies because it has a mild flavor (its taste is masked by fruit) and because it is easy to blend. Other mild greens include romaine lettuce and bok choy. Adding a few greens will massively boost the nutritional content of your smoothie. As you experiment with ingredients and recipes, try some of the greens listed below: Spinach Kale Swiss chard Bok Choy Collard greens Spring greens Beet greens Dandelion greens Mustard greens Arugula Lettuce Romaine lettuce SMOOTHIE STEP 2: ADD LIQUID Smoothies are all about balance. Balance of flavor, balance of texture. Consistency of your smoothie is as important as taste. To get the right consistency add between 1 and 2 cups of liquid for every 3 cups of fruit. Exactly how much you need depends on the type of fruit you’re using. Bananas and mangos for example are thicker fruit, which means you’ll want to add more liquid. Watermelon, on the other hand, produces a lot of juice, so you’ll need to add less. In any case, if it’s too thick you can always add more liquid, and if you added too much liquid just add more ingredients that thicken your smoothie (see next step). Nothing is irreversible when making a smoothie, you can always add a little more of this or a little more of that to get it just how you want. That’s what the infographic (below) is all about. A cheat sheet! In fact, experimentation is the best way to find out how you like your smoothie! Liquids to add to your smoothie include: Milk: Cows milk Almond milk Hazelnut milk Soy milk Rice milk Oat milk Hemp milk Coconut milk/ water Fruit juice (fresh squeezed/ pressed or store bought): Orange juice Apple juice Pear juice Grape juice Pomegranate juice Various: Water Iced coffee Iced green/ black tea SMOOTHIE STEP 3: THICKEN UP This step will give your smoothie body, texture and creaminess, and balance out any acidic taste from fruits such as oranges and berries. But it’s also an opportunity to boost the nutritional content of your smoothie. Thickening your smoothie is especially important if you’re working with watery fruit such as watermelon or pineapple, or haven’t used thick, balancing fruits such as avocado and banana. Nut & seed butters (preferably natural & unsweetened): Nut and seed butters are rich in protein, fiber, and essential fatty acids. Almond butter Cashew butter Hazelnut butter Macadamia nut butter Peanut butter Pecan butter Pistachio butter Walnut butter Pumpkin seed butter Sesame seed butter (tahini) Soybean butter Sunflower seed butter Dairy: Yogurt Cottage cheese Kefir Frozen yogurt Ice cream (best used for dessert smoothie, treat or weight gain smoothie) Various: Ice Coconut meat Chia seeds Psyllium seed husks (drink smoothie quickly or psyllium will swell making it difficult to drink) Oats Beans (tip: use white beans or chickpeas in fruit, vanilla or other light-colored smoothies and black beans in chocolate or dark smoothies) If you don’t want to thicken your smoothie with any of the above ingredients or are only adding ice, work with fruits such as avocados, bananas and mangoes, that are naturally thicker or frozen fruits to achieve a thick, rich and creamy smoothie. SMOOTHIE STEP 4: FLAVOR IT This is one of my favorite steps. It’s where you take really good smoothie and make it special. Sweeteners Let’s start with sweeteners. Ideally, most of the smoothies sweetness should come from fruit. If you’re using sweet and ripe fruits such as banana and mango, you should need little sweetener. If you do need to sweeten your smoothie, you can use (brown) sugar, but there are many ways you can sweeten your smoothie and add nutritional value or at least limit calories. Honey Stevia Xylitol Maple syrup Agave nectar Dates Figs Salt Just as any meal, a dash of salt can enhance the taste of your smoothie. To add extra nutritional value, use high quality sea salt such as Celtic sea salt, instead of table salt. Spices/ Herbs Adding spices will take your smoothie to the next level, both in flavor and nutritionally. Mint Basil Lemongrass Lavender Cilantro/coriander (green smoothies) Parsley (green smoothies) Cinnamon (adds a layer of sweetness, without adding calories) Vanilla (extract) Almond extract Nutmeg Allspice As well as the following (a little will go a long way): Ginger Clove Cardamom Cayenne pepper Lemon juice Lime juice SMOOTHIE STEP 5: SUPERFOODS This is where you take your smoothie to the next level in terms of nutrition. There are a plethora of superfoods you can add to smoothies to give it a massive nutritional boost. Adding a tablespoon of healthy oil (e.g. fish oil and coconut oil) is an easy to way to turn a smoothie into more of a meal. Adding healthy fats help you absorb some of the nutrients, will make the smoothie more satisfying and help you feel fuller for longer. Instead of a tablespoon of oil, you can add some avocado, it’s full of healthy fat and will make your smoothie creamy. Another awesome addition to your smoothie is protein. Like fats, protein transforms your smoothie from a snack into a meal. Protein takes longer to digest, stabilizes blood sugar, helpes you feel fuller and keeps hunger at bay. Protein is important if you’re using smoothies as a meal replacement or as a post-exercise snack. You can add protein powder (e.g. whey protein, hemp protein), which come in all sorts of flavors, or use foods such as cottage cheese, yogurt or milk (see step 3 above) as your protein source. As with the previous steps, the following is just a list of what you can add, it’s not meant to be overwhelming, but just give you an idea of the possibilities and encourage you to experiment a little. Protein powder Coconut oil/ butter Flaxseed oil Fish oil Fresh sprouts Green powders Cacao powder Maca powder Aloe vera Acai powder Goji berries Spirulina powder Chlorella powder Wheatgrass powder Multivitamin powder Wheat germ Probiotic powder Ground flax seeds Hemp seeds Bee pollen SMOOTHIE STEP 6: BLEND! Added all the ingredients? It’s time to blend! Start out on a low setting and work your way up to the top speed. It’ll take about 30 to 60 seconds – depending on ingredients – to blend. Pour, drink and enjoy! Did I miss your favorite ingredient or do you have a favorite smoothie recipe? Leave a comment and let me know! Check out the How to make a smoothie How to Make a Smoothie Greens (1 to 2 cups): Spinach and kale may turn your smoothie green, but once they're mixed with fruit, you'll hardly be able to taste them. You can also try adding beet or dandelion greens, sprouts, or arugula. Fruit (1 to 2 cups): Frozen works best here, but if you use fresh, just add some ice cubes to give it a frosty consistency. Mix it up with two to four kinds of fruit such as banana, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, mango, peach, pineapple, pear, cherries, apple, grapes, papaya, oranges, melon, or kiwi. Thickener (1/4 to 1/2 cup): For the perfectly creamy texture and for added protein and fiber, mix in some Greek yogurt or cottage cheese (3 ounces), nut butter (one tablespoon) or nuts (1/8 cup almonds, walnuts, or cashews), avocado (1/4 fruit), cannellini beans (1/4 cup), baked sweet potato (1/4 cup), oats (1/4 cup), or soft tofu (1/2 cup). Liquid (1 to 2 cups): Water or some type of milk (cow, soy, almond, or rice) is always a winner, but you can also experiment with adding green tea; coconut water or milk; freshly squeezed juice such as carrot, beet, or orange; or chocolate milk. Optional extras: Mix in a serving of your favorite protein powder to build muscle and stave off hunger. Or, for added fiber, add flax meal, wheat germ, or chia seeds (1/2 teaspoon). For a health boost, add fish or flaxseed oil or probiotics (recommended dosage). And for extra pizzazz and flavor, add cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla extract, maple syrup, honey, dates, fresh herbs, or fresh ginger (1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon). Here's a handy chart showing a basic under-300-calorie smoothie with specific ingredients listed underneath. 1 cup kale (34 calories) 1/2 frozen banana (53 calories) 1/2 cup frozen strawberries (23 calories) 1/2 cup frozen blueberries (42 calories) 3 ounces vanilla Greek yogurt (65 calories) 1 1/4 cups cold water 1/2 serving vanilla protein powder (45 calories) 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon (2 calories) 15 Surprisingly Creative Vegan Smoothie Recipes Dr. Oz's sleep/slim smoothie.Ingredients 1 cup tart cherry juice 1/2 banana 1/2 cup soy milk or 4-6 oz soy yogurt (if using soy yogurt, add an additional 1/2 cup fat-free milk) 5 ice cubes 1/4 tsp pure vanilla extract Directions Combine the cherry juice, banana, milk or yogurt with fat-free milk, ice and vanilla in a blender. Blend until smooth. Lauren Conrad's Banana Oatmeal Smoothie *Blend together 1 banana, 1c ice, 1/4c cooked oatmeal, 1tbl chopped almonds, 1/2c milk, and pinch of cinnamon. Dr oz Energy Boosting Smoothie Ingredients 2 tbsp cocoa powder 2 tbsp peanut butter 1 banana 8 oz Greek yogurt cinnamon Pour peanut butter, cocoa powder, Greek yogurt and ice cubes into blender and mix at high speed. Slice banana, add into mixture, and re-blend. Pour smoothie into two cups and serve. Sprinkle dash of cinnamon on top for extra flavor THE VALENTINE SMOOTHIE / gluten free/ dairy free / vegan (RAW CACAO, RASPBERRY, FIG AND PAPRIKA SMOOTHIE) An indulgent and healthy smoothie blended with raw cacao powder, fresh figs and a hit of paprika for a wickedly smooth morning treat. Serves 2 Ingredients 2 cups chilled soy milk 1 cup frozen raspberries 2 small fresh figs 1/2 cup cashew nuts 2 tablespoons raw cacao powder 1 teaspoon maca powder 1/2 teaspoon sweet paprika 1 tablespoon maple syrup fresh raspberries, to serve (optional) Method Blend all ingredients in a blender until smooth. Serve topped with a sprinkling of cacao powder and fresh raspberries. - See more at: http://www.cookrepublic.com/recipe-archive/the-valentine-smoothie-and-healthy-smoothie-101/#.dpuf INGREDIENTS 1 1/2 cups water 1 head organic romaine lettuce, chopped 3 to 4 stalks organic celery 1/2 head of a large bunch or 3/4 of a small bunch of spinach 1 organic apple, cored and chopped 1 organic pear, cored and chopped 1 organic banana Juice of 1/2 fresh organic lemon Optional: 1/3 bunch organic cilantro (stems OK) and 1/3 bunch organic parsley (stems OK) DIRECTIONS Made up of about 70 percent green vegetables and 30 percent fruit, this smoothie helps you eat far more greens than you ordinarily could. Because we blend the greens and fruit for easy digestion, your body is able to absorb more of the vitamins and minerals without working so hard. Thanks to all its nutrients and fiber, the smoothie is incredibly filling, so it keeps you from reaching for that midmorning second cup of coffee and that bagel you really didn't want to eat. Add water and chopped head of romaine to blender. Blend at a low speed until smooth. Add spinach, celery, apple, and pear, and blend at high speed. Add cilantro and parsley (which help chelate heavy metals from your body). Finish with banana and lemon. Dr. Oz's Vitamin C Smoothie Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Ingredients 2 oranges 1/2 cantaloupe 1 cup strawberries 1 tomato EMAIL SHOPPING LIST Directions Juice the 2 oranges and combine juice with other ingredients. Blend over ice. -INGREDIENTS 1 can (20 ounces) crushed pineapple in juice 1 can (13.5 ounces) coconut milk 3 bananas, peeled and frozen Optional Garnish: A slice of pineapple a dusting of shredded coconut INSTRUCTIONS Add all ingredients to a blender and blend on high until smooth. Divide between glasses and serve immediately! Leftovers can be frozen in ice pop form. Key Lime Pie Smoothie From the kitchen of: Rebecca Weller – Vegan Sparkles Serves:2 Prep time:10 mins Total time:10 mins Print Goodies 2 cups coconut water ¼ cup freshly squeezed lime juice ½ avocado ¼ cup organic, shredded coconut (unsweetened, plus extra for garnish) 1 – 2 handfuls fresh spinach leaves 3 Medjool dates, pitted 2 handfuls ice Instructions Combine all ingredients in a blender, liquids first. Blend on low-speed, building up to high-speed, and continuing until smooth and creamy. Pour into glasses and enjoy! INGREDIENTS: 2 cups Montmorency tart cherries, frozen 2 medium/large ripe bananas (previously frozen in chunks is ideal) 1 cup coconut water (water may be substituted) 1 teaspoon vanilla or almond extract sweetener, to taste (granulated sugar, agave, stevia, zero-calorie sweetener, etc.) DIRECTIONS: Combine all ingredients in the canister of a blender and blend until smooth and creamy. Serve immediately. Extra portions may be frozen in freezer-safe (plastic) glasses for up to 3 months. Allow to soften at room temp before serving. The Perfect Green Smoothie Serving Size: Serves 6 Click here to read about the health benefits of raw, pastured egg yolks. You can add extra water if you'd like to thin out the smoothie. Ingredients 1 (14-ounce) can organic canned coconut milk 1 cup water 1 cup frozen mango 1 cup frozen strawberies 1 bunch kale, boiled (see instructions below) 4 pastured raw egg yolks (if you're not comfortable with egg yolks, you can omit) 1 tablespoon unflavored grass-fed gelatin (optional) Instructions Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. To boil kale: Bring a large pot of water to boil. Remove tough stems from kale. Place kale in the boiling water and cook for 7 minutes. Drain and run cool water over. Squeeze excess water from kale. You can do this ahead of time and store in the freezer or the refrigerator until ready to use. CASHEW NUT SMOOTHIE WITH BLUEBERRIES AND MANGO A creamy, delicious smoothie made with cashew nut milk and summer fruit along with oats and honey to deliver a nutritious filler for your busy morning. Ingredients 100g unsalted cashew nuts 300ml chilled water 1 ripe mango, stoned and flesh chopped 1 cup blueberries 1/4 cup ice cubes 1 tablespoon linseeds or chia seeds 1 tablespoon porridge oats 1 tablespoon honey Method The evening before you want to have the smoothie, soak cashew nuts in plenty of water overnight. Next morning, drain the water. Blitz the cashew nuts in the blender along with 100ml chilled water. Once a thick paste forms, add 200ml chilled water and process until you get smooth creamy cashew milk. Add all the other ingredients and blend for a minute. Pour in tall glasses and garnish with mango cubes and blueberries. Enjoy straight away. My Notes This smoothie is not very sweet. The sweetness comes from the fruit and then some from the honey. If you would like to sweeten it more naturally, add an over ripe banana. - See more at: http://www.cookrepublic.com/recipe-archive/cashew-nut-smoothie-with-blueberries-and-mango/#.dpuf 4.7 from 32 reviews Print Green Smoothie Author: Laura Machell Serves: 1 Ingredients 1 cup water ½ cup chopped cucumber 1 cup strawberries (preferably frozen) 1 banana, optional (preferably frozen) 1 apple, cored 2 tightly packed cups spinach juice of ½ lemon ice, if not using frozen fruit and you want your smoothie chilled Instructions Pack everything into your blender and let it run until it is smooth! Notes For a smoothie lower in calories and sugar, omit one of the fruit servings and add some stevia/xylitol, if needed. Add 1 tablespoon of chia seeds or milled flax seeds for a serving of healthy fats! Tropical Spirulina Smoothie Ingredients 2 cups of chopped mango, preferably frozen 1 frozen banana, without skin 1 c. coconut milk (You can use my DIY recipe. If you use canned, try Trader Joe’s brand or Native Forest since they use BPA free cans.) 1/2 avocado 1-1.5 teaspoons of spirulina powder Mango Spirulina Smoothie Directions Coarsely chop your frozen banana and put into blender with 1 cup coconut milk. Puree until fully blended. Add your mango and puree until fully blended. Add your avocado and spirulina powder and puree until fully blended. Pour into cool cup and enjoy with a spoon! - See more at: http://www.mamanatural.com/delicious-tropical-smoothie/#sthash.JhQs8iAA.dpuf Ingredients 2 pints pineapple 2 pints watermelon 2 quarts coconut water spinach blueberries 2 green apples EMAIL SHOPPING LIST Directions Blend all of the ingredients together in a juicer, pour into 16 oz. servings. You can store or freeze extra smoothies to drink later. Enjoy! Watch The Video Dr. Oz Logo YOUR VIDEO IS LOADING Use the silken tofu and add fruits, yogurt, and fruit juice to create a Baby Fruit Smoothie.
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