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In the Reboot Kitchen: Green Goji Goddess Smoothie

In the summer I am constantly traveling on the weekends to get to the beach. While it’s fun, I have to be mindful about not wasting any produce that I bought for the week. My strategy in the summer: buy less at the store and stock up on smoothie ingredients that won’t go bad. Read more to find out my favorite smoothie ingredients (and daily staples) that I like to keep in my pantry, fridge or freezer that will stay good for months, and get the recipe for this Green Goji Goddess smoothie.

Meatless Monday: Fresh Fennel & Avocado Salad

Every Thursday I pick up our CSA farm share box and can’t wait to see all the goodies waiting inside for us. This week we had some amazing fresh veggies and herbs that go so well together and make for a perfect, quick and easy no-cook meal in the sweltering heat of summer.

Smart Sweet: No-Bake Cinnamon Doughnut Holes

If you used to be a fan of doughnuts, then you’ll want try this healthier version for a treat this weekend. You’ll satisfy a sweet tooth with nutritious fiber from oats and healthy fats from cashews and coconut oil. I made it for a BBQ this past weekend and again for team Reboot and it was a hit all around!

A Chef’s Juice: Rainbow Summer Juice

This is a great intro juice. The reason we like this is because it has the 80/20 vegetable/fruit ratio. It only contains six ingredients so it’s easy to make and most of these ingredients are easy to find all the time. We call it “rainbow juice” as it has multiple vegetables and fruits of different colors.

A Chef’s Juice: Grape & Golden Beet Juice

This is another super unique and satisfying juice that is great for you if you are just starting out on your juicing journey! And if you’re on a Reboot, this is 80% vegetable and 20% fruit so drink up! The golden beet and grapes add a hint of sweetness so you’ll love the taste.

In the Reboot Kitchen: Sweet Green Smoothie

Switch up your usual green drink for this healthy summer green smoothie. The arugula and mango add extra vitamin C, while the avocado and pineapple add anti-inflammatory properties. Healthy fats are also a great component of this smoothie with the addition of both the coconut milk and avocado.

In the Reboot Kitchen: Strawberry Coconut Shake

When I was young I used to love flavoured milk, particularly strawberry and chocolate! This is a super healthy take on this old classic. The fresh coconut water is excellent for your health and high in electrolytes and the fresh coconut meat provides healthy fat and a thicker creamier consistency. Get the recipe!

Meatless Monday: Watermelon Avocado Pizza

While attempting to keep a BBQ this past weekend on the healthy side, I brought a little snack for everyone to fill up on while we waited for the main course to cook on the grill. Enter: watermelon sliced with fresh avocado, basil, olive oil and Himalayan salt! It was so refreshing, so simple and so light and it held us over without getting too full.

In the Reboot Kitchen: Chocolate Berry Crunch Smoothie

Berries are ripe for the picking this time of year in the US. Not only are they absolutely delicious, they offer an amazing array of health promoting phytonutrients. The dark and vibrant colors signify the rich variety of nutrients – I always like to say, “if a fruit or veggie stains your shirt, it’s got to be good for you!”

In the Reboot Kitchen: Ninja Bachelor Party Juice

This juice is very refreshing and the pineapple gives it a great sweet flavor, which is especially great for people who are new to vegetable juices. The Ninja Bachelor Party is definitely a favorite over here at JuiceLand.

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Posted on10/23/14

Written by Stacy Kennedy, MPH, RD, CSO, LDN; Reboot Nutritionist

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