Who knew a smoothie could taste so amazing while packing in anti-inflammatory benefits! I use a Vitamix® blender and I do not hull the strawberries. If your blender is a different brand, you will need to hull the strawberries.
Packed full of sweet summer fruity goodness. Great for a breakfast or lunch when you’re on the go.
Frozen strawberries and watermelon take a spin in the blender with cream, yogurt, and orange juice for a sensational summer smoothie! Serve with a slice of fresh watermelon, or a dollop of whipped cream!
If you have ever had a bowl of berries mixed with a little sugar and then topped with some whipping cream, you know that it is heavenly. If you haven’t tried it before, maybe you shouldn’t so that you can avoid forming an addiction. Whether you’ve had it or not, here is a great recipe that tastes just like it. It is simply in the on-the-go, drinkable form. Garnish with whipped cream and/or berries.
A refreshing tropical smoothie, full of flavor and antioxidants!
I created this recipe after experimenting with many different types of frozen-fruit smoothies. My husband and I no longer make it except when we’re hosting guests in our home in Hawaii, as we were drinking it too often (and it is certainly not a low-calorie beverage). It is an awesome substitute for frozen alcoholic mixed drinks.
This is my 13-year-old son’s creation. It’s perfect on a hot summer day or as an after school treat.
Quick, delicious and refreshing on a hot day. If you don’t have fresh strawberries or peaches, you can substitute with frozen ones.
A great Halloween party idea. Just frozen fruit and some juice to give it that great dark red color.
A mix of different fruit creates this crazy smoothie!