Green smoothies seem to be everywhere these days, but buying a bottle a day can quickly add up! Give yourself a health boost at home with these easy smoothie recipes—from kale to spinach and more.
There's something about smoothies that make them almost irresistible as a meal, a drink, or a snack, especially on a hot summer day.
No more skipping that morning meal.
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A quick, palatable, and low-calorie smoothie that burns fat, aids muscle recovery, and eliminates soreness.
Smoothies are an ideal on-the-go breakfast for hot summer mornings, but it's easy to get stuck in a basic yogurt + strawberry + banana routine. It's time to spice things up!
With 23 grams of protein (!!) in one cup of fat-free Greek yogurt, you're halfway to your daily protein goal after just one serving.
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Overindulged? Try this kale, avocado, pear, and green tea smoothie for breakfast and you'll be back on the wagon, fast.
Peanut butter plus your favorite green? Kale, yeah!
And by refreshing, we mean super hydrating.
Soon you'll wonder how you ever made it through a morning (or late afternoon) without this recipe in your life.
Take your standard banana and spinach smoothie up about ten notches with this delicious probiotic-filled kefir milk smoothie that makes for the perfect post-workout treat.
The name might be a mouthful, but this green freezer smoothie is a mouthful of nutrition—a great way to start your day or end your workout.
There is no denying that mornings are stressful. Getting yourself dressed, fed, and out the door is almost as hard as fighting the urge to hit snooze just one more time.
Day after day of blending frozen fruit, milk, and protein powder can get boring, fast.
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