Soothe digestion, heartburn, nausea, and other stomach trouble with the fresh ginger in this natural remedy smoothie recipe.
1 banana, sliced
¾ c (6 oz) vanilla yogurt
1 Tbsp honey
½ tsp freshly grated ginger
the banana, yogurt, honey, and ginger. Blend until smooth.
(per serving) 157 cals, 1 g fat, 0.8 g sat fat, 57 mg sodium, 34 g carbs, 28 g sugars, 1.5 g fiber, 5 g protein
If we’ve learned anything from our Instagram feed lately, it's that smoothie bowls are one of the biggest breakfast trends out there—and for good reason. Whether packed with leafy greens, tropical fruit, or creamy avocado, these super-bowls are filling, nutrient-packed, and most importantly, absolutely delicious.
To make a smoothie that's best eaten with a spoon (we're talking extra thick) use slightly less liquid than usual. The result: a thicker, richer, and creamier consistency that’s almost ice cream-like. (Doesn't this sound way more fun than oatmeal?)
Better yet: Doing smoothie bowls lets you go nuts with delicious additions like sliced almonds, blueberries, bananas, chia seeds, shredded coconut, and other fun toppings. Try this amazing recipe this week and get ready to feel like you're digging into a bowl...
One more peach beverage recipe as National Peach Month comes to a close. This peach pineapple smoothie is a light and frothy blend of pineapple and peaches, combined with some Greek yogurt and milk. A little bit of agave nectar (or honey) is added for sweetness, along with a dash of vanilla for some extra flavor.
Peach Pineapple Smoothie
3 fresh peaches, pitted and skinned
2 cups fresh pineapple, cut into 1” chunks
1/2 cup non-fat Greek plain yogurt
1 cup milk
1/4 cup agave nectar (or honey)
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
2 cups crushed ice
Place pitted and skinned peaches along with the cut up pineapple in the freezer for 2-3 hours until hard but not solid.
Place the partially frozen fruit in a blender with all other ingredients and puree until...