Who says you can't make smoothies when temps drops below 65 degrees? Not us.
When it comes to smoothies, we all have our go-tos. But once in a while, it's nice to spice things up—literally.
Smoothies make the perfect breakfast, post-workout snack, and dessert—switch out the fruits and you have a totally new treat.
Sick of sipping on the same ol' smoothie? This crazy-easy recipe will keep your taste buds satisfied, while reducing your risk of colds.
Making a strawberry banana smoothie is simple: blend strawberries, a banana, milk, and ice, and voilà! You have yourself a strawberry banana smoothie.
Americans aren't eating as many vegetables as the latest kale craze would have us believe. On average, we eat less than two servings of vegetables day, according to a recent CDC report.
Start your morning off clean, and sticking to your diet the rest of the day will be a breeze. These clean eating smoothie recipes use whole, natural foods and unrefined ingredients.
Admit it: Oversleeping happens. But having a time-crunched, frazzled morning doesn't mean you should skimp out on breakfast.
Summer cocktails are oh so delicious, but not so waist friendly (some will set you back 500 calories).
Blueberries: These antioxidant powerhouses are versatile, easy to eat, and taste delicious with just about anything. Want some proof?
Bananas are one of the most versatile fruits you can find (and just one contains more than 400mg of heart-healthy potassium).
It's 2015, and you're probably well aware that a spoonful of coconut oil gives killer texture to smoothies.
These six low-carb smoothies, all with fewer grams of carbohydrates than grams of protein and fat combined, will help you start your day in a satisfying (yet slimming) way.
With many smoothie recipes calling for milk and yogurt, it's easy to think that vegan smoothies won't stack up.
At a mere 33 calories, each cup of raw kale crams close to 3 grams of protein, 2.5 grams of fiber, and tons of vitamins (A, C, K, and folate).
We're the first to admit that we love a smoothie for a healthy breakfast: It's a way to start your morning with fruits and greens and good-for-you mix-ins like yogurt and chia seeds.
Notice that refreshingly cold smoothies don't have the same appeal during wintry weather? Give your smoothies a winter makeover by serving them hot and toasty.