Waves of Green Smoothie

Waves of Green

The summer season always has me craving pineapple. There’s just something about its refreshing nature that brings me right to the beaches of Hawaii (oh how I wish I was in Hawaii right now). It also helps make even the most bitter greens taste sweet. I’m normally a big fan of the more decadent smoothies, like my Chocolate Covered Goji Smoothie and the Coconut Almond Milk, but when pineapple is involved, it’s easy to get more green in my life

Banana Mint Chip Smoothie

Banana Mint Chip Smoothie

This tasty smoothie is loaded with potent antioxidants found in the cacao nibs, heart-healthy electrolyte potassium from the banana, bone-healthy calcium from the almond milk (but only if it’s calcium-fortified) and contains digestive properties from the mint leaves. Altogether this smoothie tastes like a healthy mint chip milkshake, so it makes for a nice mid-afternoon snack or as a part of any meal. Enjoy!

Turmeric Mango Smoothie

Turmeric Mango Smoothie

I wanted to put my frozen mango to use, so I decided to combine it with the powerful spice, turmeric. The amount of health benefits turmeric has blew me away, so this smoothie is super healthy, super bright, and an excellent choice when you want to change up your smoothie routine.

Peaches & Cream

Peaches and Cream

When you think of some of the best food combinations a few that come to mind are peanut butter and jelly, butter and toast, chocolate and sea salt, and yes, peaches and cream. This smoothie combines fresh peaches and banana for a sweet flavor and blends it with creamy coconut milk and chia seeds to get a smooth finish that satisfies the palate with Peaches & Cream

Triple Berry Oat Smoothie

Oat Berry Blast Smoothie

I love oatmeal. I love how much it fills me up, keeps me energized, and tastes good with just about any topping I can think of — berries, banana, almond butter, nuts, granola, etc. However, when the temperatures start getting warmer, my hair starts frizzing more, and one step on into the NYC subway platform has me sweating, I can’t say I’m craving something hot for breakfast. That’s why smoothies become my go to, especially this one when I want my oats, but don’t want to be cooking over a warm stove! Enjoy this fiber filled smoothie.

Piña Kale-ada Smoothie

Pine Kale-ada Smoothie

I know I’ve said it before, but I’ll say it again. Greens are the best thing that you can do for your body. If you don’t enjoy eating them or are not sure how to cook them, putting them into a smoothie is a great way to incorporate them into your diet! Green smoothies are great for reducing cravings, improving your immune system and digestive tract, and also help us lose weight. Enjoy this simple yet invigorating smoothie recipe.

Protein Passion Fruit Smoothie

Protein Passion Smoothie

Good fats, good carbs, fibre and protein! This is a light, creamy smoothie that has it all. The passionfruit were looking gorgeous at the local farmers market in Byron Bay where I have just been on holiday so I grabbed a big bag of them! You could smell them as you walked past the stall. Passionfruit can be frozen into ice cube trays when you have an abundance of them for later use. Enjoy!

Here’s to Your Heart Smoothie

Here's to Your Heart Smoothie

This Valentine’s Day be good to your heart and treat yourself to a superfood-rich, delicious smoothie. A diet rich in plant-based foods and healthy fats may reduce the risk of heart disease. Now that’s something to love! Get the recipe.

A Tropical Twist on Your Green Smoothie

Tropical Twist Smoothie

For many of us, the famous “green smoothie” can be intimidating and more hopeful than a lifestyle reality. One of the best and easiest ways to incorporate a green smoothie into your daily protocol is to make it taste great. I know that seems simple but in order to do it daily and to even get your kids to enjoy it, it is going to need to be delicious and appealing.