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I Tried One of Those Blender Bombs—And They Made My Smoothie So Much Better

I Tried One of Those Blender Bombs—And They Made My Smoothie So Much Better

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Plus, some say they can help you lose weight and gain energy along the way.

I’d been in a bit of a breakfast rut lately, and was sick of feeling my stomach rumble before noon every day. I was on the lookout for something easy and nutritious that would both power me through my morning workout and keep me full until lunchtime.

I love following food and health accounts on Instagram for meal inspiration, and have been seeing testimonials for these “Blender Bombs” everywhere— how much they’ve helped people lose weight, regulate their digestive system, curb cravings, and have the energy to keep up with their kids. I decided to give them a shot, and I’m officially never looking back.

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I loved the Blender Bombs right away, as the nutrition label and ingredients list are impressive (and, okay, the packaging is really cute!) Plus, they pack in 70 percent of your daily potassium needs—a nutrient most Americans don’t get enough of. Adding one of these to my smoothie made it feel like a satisfying meal for once, and I didn’t even start daydreaming about my lunch until it was actually time to eat it.

Blender bombs are essentially nutrient-packed balls made from whole, plant-based ingredients that you can pop into your blender for a fat-, fiber-, and protein-boosted smoothie. They come in seven varieties, from cacao & peanut butter to goji, coconut, & acaí. I opted for the original and aloe & collagen flavors. I also think they would make a perfect snack on their own!

Each variety is made with similar ingredients—like dates, nuts, and seeds—that can be expensive on their own. I liked that I could get a ball full of flax, chia, hemp, and other “superfoods” without buying bags of them at the grocery store to individually portion into my smoothie every day.

Looking for even more convenient and delicious ways to start your day?

The website advises popping one of these babies into your blender along with a banana, some greens, and a liquid of your choice for a seriously healthy and satiating breakfast. I like to experiment with different flavors—like peanut butter and jelly with frozen raspberries—to curb my powerful sweet tooth. I love the way the Blender Bombs improve the texture of my smoothies without affecting the flavor (or having a weird aftertaste.)

Blender Bombs were created by Helen Hall, founder of Hushup + Hustle, a wellness brand focused on living an 80/20 plant-based lifestyle, free of food guilt and anxiety. Hall created these Blender Bombs to help her large Instagram following realistically achieve greater health without the hassle. They look like energy bites you might find at a health food store or coffee shop, but are much lower in sugar and more nutritious.

Blender Bombs are currently sold solely on Hall’s site,, and you can even set up a monthly subscription if you are as into them as I am! They also sell a grain-free Blender Bomb granola for topping your oatmeal or yogurt, but I like snacking on it straight from the bag.

The nutrition is pretty similar across all seven varieties, and the original flavor has 130 calories, 8g of fat, 11g of carbs, and 4g each of fiber and protein.

Want to try them out for yourself, but don’t know where to start? There’s a whole section of recipes on the site to help get your creative juices flowing.

One of those days …

Please excise any serious typos – there, I made one already, excuse came out as excise – I am injured. Not seriously. Hardly at all in fact, just enough to make typing a hit and miss affair. This morning has been one of those mornings when a couple of things happened to knock the day slightly off kilter and then you’re waiting for the other thing to happen. You know… disasters come in threes and all that. Although mine are more mishap than disaster, but still…

First thing happened when I was barely awake. Actually, no, that’t not right. First thing happened while I was still snuggled under the duvet. I missed the snow! I’ve been waiting all winter and the first real smattering we have comes down before I’ve opened my eyes and by the time I’ve stirred, it’s gone.

(This is from 15th January for illustrative purposes. It lasted all of 5 minutes as did last night’s – apparently).

I thought back to last weekend when my two-year-old grand-daughter, who has never experienced snow but is obssessed with it, had a long, forthright argument with me during a heavy hailstorm. She was entranced, kneeling up at the window eyes alight with amazement, mouthing ‘It’s snowing, look it’s snowing!’ in such a small voice overcome by the wonder of it all. We all tried to tell her they were hailstones, but she held firm and fast to her fantasy, and we finally agreed, yes, it was snowing.

Disappointed, I got up and went to the bathroom. We had a West Wing marathon last night and as I came out I was still drowsily thinking about it all when I was brought up short by a searing pain as I trapped my finger in the door and caught it on the edge of the catch. After all the usual squeezing of said finger while hopping around shouting and receiving no help – as always when disaster strikes, everyone has headed for the hills and you realise you’re on your own – I looked down and saw blood dripping down the bannister, pouring from my nail bed as my finger throbbed. Those cartoon disasters came to mind where a character gets hit on the head or hand and a huge lump forms and throbs in lurid colours. It was a tiny cut, but you’d have thought that at the very least my nail and fingertip were missing, what with all the pain and blood.

Please note: there really should be an image here of my injured finger, but I spared you the sight of it. (You wouldn’t have been able to see it anyway without floodlights and magnifying glass! – ed.)

I made it to the kitchen and thrust my finger under the cold water in an attempt to staunch the bleeding. It carried on. I couldn’t get to the plasters in the cupboard without leaving a trail of blood the likes of which you only see in episodes of CSI! I grabbed a clean tea towel and held it around the finger but every time I tried to release it, the blood gushed. Honestly, it was the tiniest cut, you’d need a magnifying glass to see it. (Told you! – ed.)

Finally, my husband returned from his cycle ride and managed to get a plaster onto the finger. Crisis over. I listened to his usual recounting of where he went, how many miles, how fast, who he saw, punctures etc etc (well, listening might be overstating it a bit), as I got my morning juice out of the fridge and a straw from the cupboard. Intending to seem fascinated, I turned to ask him a question and…

I caught the straw with my sleeve, the jar went over and before my husband had even managed to remove his helmet and cycling shoes, he was on his knees dealing with the second disaster: sticky orange liquid was oozing across the kitchen counter, down the cupboards and fridge, soaking into the hanging tea towels, the leg of my jeans, the tops of my trainers and across the floor!

There were no ripe bananas for my breakfast smoothie! Now I know that in the grand scheme of things, this is so insignificant as not to be worthy of a mention. But in the context of my morning, this really is a disaster. They were green as green could be. So I decided to use avocado and just put things together and see how it turned out. I had some coconut milk that needed using up, a kiwi fruit, some romaine lettuce. A little wheatgrass powder. I imagined a vibrant green smoothie. But I couldn’t leave well alone and I added blueberries and açaì powder. I got khaki! And it was so thick I could have taken a knife and fork to it! But it tasted a lot better than it looks, really it did. Recipe here.

So that was my morning. My husband fared a little better, he is back cycling after a 9 month lay-off following an accident and a broken arm that needed some metalwork. But he posted a birthday card to his cousin and then realised he’d forgotten to put the stamp on. Then of course he had to start washing floors and cupboards and jeans when he arrived home.

Just want to confirm before i splurge: will i finally ACTUALLY be able to make smoothies at home with a vitamix??

I got my vitamix for the purpose of smoothies and discovered how great it is at making soups too. I would say I make more soups than smoothies these days and it is great.

Yes Vitamix will make smoothies out of anything.

The only issue I've found is typically you need to make a very large smoothie or 2 smoothies to get enough material in the container to blend properly.

This has also been my experience.

It also took more liquid than I expected (if you don't want to use the tamper).

Just reading this post made me go make a smoothie.

I love this question. You will! Though cafes have cool refrigerator smoothies that keep everything cold. Blending generates heat so sometimes I like to chill my smoothies in the blender in the freezer before pouring. But yes it will be better than any blender you’ve ever owned.

Yes you will if you put right ingredients in the right order :) Vitamix is awesome and make so much more than smoothies!

Yes! My friend had a ninja and after she saw my Vitamix in action she was sold - and said she realized that all of the recipes that called for “a high powered blender” meant “vitamix.”

Yes, since getting our vitamix in mid December I have made green smoothies almost every morning. The first time I made one it clicked that this was how all those smoothie recipe pictures look so amazing!

Yes! I have the A3500, and it blends perfectly. It can make steaming hot soup from friction alone, and no visible particles. Also chomps ice and frozen ingredients like a boss.

I've had two blenders in my life that made smoothies.

Before we had the Vitamix, which is the one that makes good smoothies, we had a Ninja. It did work, but after a year or so the blades got pretty dull. But it did actually work, it made smoothies.

But the Vitamix, it makes good smoothies.

thank you, this is my experience with my current ninja.

You fucking bet your ass you can! You'll never "go through" this blender. Like, in your whole life. Good luck if you try.

lol it will liquify anything

I recently went to a café and ordered a smoothie, I noticed that they had two blenders - Blendtec and Vitamix. I was super curious, since I've never used a Blendtec before, and I asked which one the staff member preferred.

She said the Vitamix, hands down, because of the tamper.

I've had a Vitamix for about 6 years now (two different models) and it is the best blender I've ever used. It even obliterates tiny seeds. I make my kids chocolate milkshakes, with soy milk, ice, flax seeds, dried dates, and oats, and they come out smooth and frothy.

If you haven't seen a promo video of a Vitamix yet, hop over to YouTube and watch one, those are what sold the machine for me.

Probably the biggest downsides are that you need to make a large volume for it to blend properly, although you could get a smaller container of you get an Ascent. I use the blender cups a lot to grind spices and make dressings, and I'm considering the smoothie cups too. It's also VERY LOUD. You only need to run it for a short time, I rarely run mine for more than 40 seconds, but it is very very loud. Like using a power tool I'm your kitchen. A friend of mine has a little shelf in her mouth all in pantry, and she uses her blender in there so she can close the door (good if you get one with the preset programs).

That other rhizome

We’ve talked about turmeric, but ginger is also not without its own power-packed health benefits. Another popular ingredient in Malaysian cuisine, ginger has a lot of medicinal properties and has always been part of the history of traditional medicine. Besides being anti-inflammatory and full of antioxidants, ginger can treat nausea as well as morning sickness. It helps reduce muscle aches, lowers blood sugar and cholesterol levels, treat indigestion and can even help reduce menstrual pain. Ginger also contains properties that may help prevent cancer and can even help improve brain function while protecting against age-related damage to the brain. Fresh ginger is also great at fighting infections while inhibiting the growth of many types of bacteria, making it a popular remedy for the common cold.

Finally, on the dairy front, we have plain natural yogurt and milk. Filled with nutrients such as calcium, B vitamins, phosphorous, magnesium and potassium, yogurt can help maintain your blood pressure and metabolism levels while improving bone health. It is packed full of protein, while those containing probiotics can help your digestive system. Yogurt may also strengthen your immune system, protect against osteoporosis, benefit the health of your heart and, if you’re looking to lose weight, also helps you feel full longer. Milk is a great source of calcium and vitamin D, which helps in the prevention of osteoporosis. Vitamin D also produces serotonin, which lifts the mood, can reduce chronic fatigue and reduce the effects of PMS.

Sounds like our mango turmeric smoothie is a great way to help keep you full while giving your body a dose of much needed goodness. Let’s go make some, shall we?

Tasty Smoothie Recipes

1. Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Smoothie

If you consider yourself someone who concerns themselves with their health, then you’ve probably read up on inflammation and all of the things it can do to your body.

So why not fight it with this smoothie? Turmeric is a powerful spice that has a lot of health benefits. Fighting inflammation just happens to be one of them.

2. Vanilla Mint Green Smoothie

Do you like the taste of vanilla? Do you like to use fresh mint because you enjoy the flavor? If you answered yes to both of those, then you’ll be interested in this smoothie.

So the next time you want something rich and flavorful, reach for this recipe. You’ll be glad you did.

3. Love Potion Smoothie

This smoothie looks really delicious and really easy to make. If you enjoy berries and delicious juices, then you’ll love this.

So the next time you want something flavorful and sweet, reach for this recipe. It would also be a great treat for Valentine’s Day.

4. Morning Matcha Smoothie

This looks like a super healthy yet super easy smoothie to make. You take the first 7 ingredients and throw them together in the blender.

Then you can take it up a notch by adding bee pollen to the top of it if you want those benefits. That is one super healthy smoothie!

5. Protein Blueberry Kale Smoothie

This smoothie calls for ingredients like oats, kale, blueberries, chia seeds, and banana. If you eat that first thing in the morning, you are going to be ready for the day.

So if you are looking for a healthy option to start your day with, then consider this recipe for this smoothie.

6. Pineapple Spinach Green Smoothie

Green Smoothies have been all the rage for the past few years. Basically, people love them because you can put all of the veggies you need in one smoothie.

Then disguise them with fresh fruit so you don’t even realize you are eating them. This smoothie has healthy spinach but taste like yummy pineapple. You can’t ask for much more.

7. Blueberry Muffin Protein Smoothie

This smoothie uses a lot of basic ingredients to create a smoothie that is high in protein and tastes like a liquid blueberry muffin.

So if you desire protein to start your day or as a pick me up during your day, but you’d prefer the delicious flavor of a blueberry muffin, then check out this recipe.

8. Energizing Cucumber Mint Smoothie

Do you need an energy boost during the day? Do you want a natural option for an energy drink?

If so, then you should consider this Smoothie recipe. It uses the fresh flavors of mint and cucumber to make a flavorful zing of energy.

9. Strawberry Shortcake Smoothie

Oh, my! This smoothie looks delicious! It includes things like frozen strawberries, strawberry flavored cream cheese and low-fat strawberry yogurt.

So to say that it has a deep strawberry flavor is probably an understatement. But if you like strawberry and cheesecake like I do, then you’ll want to check it out.

10. Dark Chocolate Cherry Smoothie

This smoothie contains dark chocolate and cherries. Need I really say more? It sounds like a liquid dessert.

So whether you use this to finish off a meal, as a snack, or even to start your day, you’ll probably be very satisfied.

11. Watermelon Mint Smoothie

Summer has definitely hit at my house. With those warm temps also come delicious flavors like herbs and watermelon.

So if you love the flavor of mint and watermelon, and you need a way to cool yourself down during these hot days, then you’ll want to check out this recipe.

12. Blood Orange Banana Smoothie

Sometimes we drink things because they are healthy. Sometimes we drink things because they are delicious. Then sometimes we drink things because they look gorgeous.

Well, this smoothie fits those categories. It is made from fresh fruit so it has the health factor. Considering it has bananas, strawberries, and blood oranges in it, the taste should be amazing. But it also looks absolutely gorgeous!

13. Metabolism Boosting Blueberry Smoothie

It is summer time and out comes the swimsuits. But as I get older, I notice that beach body doesn’t happen as easily as it used to.

So if you are like me, and need a little something extra to kick your metabolism up, then you should consider trying this delicious smoothie.

14. Raspberry and Mango Sunrise Smoothie

If you aren’t a morning person, the colors of this smoothie alone will make you want to wake up. Not to mention the rich flavors of raspberry and mango.

So go ahead and plan on making this for yourself one morning. I’m personally a huge fan of smoothies that contain juice and not just milk. This smoothie contains both.

15. Toddler Approved Smoothie

If this smoothie can get the approval of a toddler, then almost anyone should love it. Why? Because if you’ve ever had a toddler, then you know how picky they can be over food and snacks.

But if you have a toddler now, then go ahead and try this smoothie for yourself. See if they love it as much as this blogger claims they will. The smoothie looks great to me.

16. Anti-Inflammatory Pineapple Ginger Smoothie

Do you like the idea of being able to drink a smoothie that can help you battle inflammation? Doesn’t that make things a little more simple?

Well, I love the simplicity, and I also love the flavor combinations. I’m a huge fan of pineapple so anything flavored with it that also fights inflammation, I’m sold.

17. Creamy Watermelon Smoothie

Do you need a drink to cool you down on hot days? What about a fast breakfast idea or a lighter lunch idea?

Well, if any of those apply to you, then you’ll want to give this smoothie a try. Between the watermelon and honey, you are bound to be satisfied and refreshed.

18. Healthy Salted Caramel Mocha Smoothie

Okay. Did you catch the title? Salted. Caramel. Mocha. And healthy! You should already be checking out this recipe.

But if you haven’t yet, just realize that you can have all of the flavors you love with a healthy twist and not feel guilty for indulging in it.

19. Coconut Tea Green Smoothie

I love to check out unique smoothie recipes. I mean, everyone can make a strawberry, blueberry, or banana smoothie.

But what about a unique recipe? Well, this one certainly has that going for it. So the next time you want a different smoothie, check out this recipe.

20. PB&J Smoothie

Do you love a peanut butter and jelly sandwich? I’m going to be honest with you. I don’t think there is a better sandwich in the world than a peanut sandwich with strawberry jelly on it.

I know! I’m the sandwich queen, and I truly feel this way. So when I saw this Smoothie, I knew it must be shared with you all.

21. Healthy Butterbeer Smoothie

You guys are going to have to forgive me. I’ve never seen Harry Potter so I don’t fully understand the full connection between this recipe and that movie.

But I do know a really delicious recipe when I see one. Plus, this recipe is vegan too. So I thought it might be a great fit for a lot of you reading this.

22. Red Grapefruit and Pineapple Slim Down Smoothie

Do you need to lose a few pounds? Boy, don’t we all! And it can feel like quite the challenge.

But you don’t have to feel defeated. Instead, surround yourself with smoothie recipes like this smoothie and hopefully, you’ll find great success with your weight loss goals.

23. Tropical Mango Smoothie

This smoothie looks absolutely delicious. It contains a few basic ingredients like pineapple, orange juice, yogurt, and mango.

But to make it even more filling, it also includes some protein powder too. This is great for you to stay full and enjoy the benefits of fresh fruits.

24. Beet the Cold Power Smoothie

If you need a powerful smoothie that will power your body up, then you’ve found the right recipe. It contains Vitamin C, antioxidants, and fiber.

All of these things are great for you and will make you feel good. Isn’t that what food is all about? Eating things that make our bodies feel better.

The best time to consume this smoothie is directly after making it. Everything is still fresh, cold, and well combined.

However, if you want to drink it later, a protein green smoothie can be stored in the refrigerator for 24 hours. Store it in an airtight container, not your blender. Fill the container to the very top to keep any air out. Otherwise, the smoothie can pick up odors from nearby foods. If the smoothie separates, you can just give it a mix to blend everything back together. The colour of the smoothie might change as avocado oxidizes but it shouldn’t affect the flavour.

A Green Smoothie (that actually tastes good)

Yes, it&rsquos possible to have a green smoothie that tastes good.

I should probably preface this by saying if you&rsquore one of those hard core &ldquoI use a beet to sweeten my all-greens smoothie&rdquo kinds of people, then this might not appeal to you.

I&rsquom not that hard core with a green smoothie.

Like, not even close. I&rsquom a fruit smoothie girl who would rather roast her vegetables than drink them.

I recognize the value in blending vegetables, though, because I doubt I&rsquod sit and eat all of this plain. Especially for breakfast.

It&rsquos also a great meal replacement with some protein powder if you need to detox for a few days.

(By the way, if you&rsquore looking for a clean, dairy-free, grain-free protein poweder, Rootz is it. It&rsquos my favorite and one of the only powders I&rsquove tried that doesn&rsquot hurt my stomach. And you can get 10% off by using my code &mdash PERRYSPLATE.)

Last summer after I had finished nursing my baby, I wanted to do a juice/smoothie detox. Mostly because I&rsquod never done one, and I wanted to try it.

OK, that was only a small reason. It was because I was going to be in a wedding in a little over a week, and I wanted to loose some belly pooch. Dr. Oz&rsquos 3-day juice cleanse looked good, so I tried it.

(This is not an endorsement for Dr. Oz. He has some OK ideas sometimes, but he contradicts himself a LOT and gives horrible advice depending on who is sponsoring at the moment. Steve likes to watch it and pick all of his recommendations apart.)

So this smoothie was the &ldquolunch&rdquo smoothie from his cleanse, and it was my favorite out of the three.

I found it odd that I liked it so much considering this smoothie was the least popular among people online who had tried the cleanse.

I tweaked it slightly, and I make it to have for lunch every now and then. Especially if I&rsquove eaten a lot of rich food lately.

How to make a smoothie taste good

  1. Putting at least one frozen element in a smoothie dramatically improves the taste. I&rsquom not a room-temperature smoothie girl either. (See note above. I&rsquom not hard core.)
  2. Pineapple is pretty dang awesome in a smoothie. We&rsquove started using frozen pineapple to replace the frozen strawberries in our morning smoothies. (And replaced the carrot with more spinach and added almond milk) It sweetens really well, and it covers up a lot of the bitterness from greens, if you happen to be using kale.
  3. Adding an acidic element helps to brighten the flavors. Pineapple does a good job here, but a squirt of lime, a splash of pomegranate or orange juice would work, too!

Do the kids like it? Mostly.

A couple of the kids would still rather have a &ldquosmoothie store&rdquo smoothie than anything we make here, but will still drink it if it isn&rsquot green.

They also used to dip pieces of ham in maple-sweetened yogurt, so I wouldn&rsquot trust their judgment.

Let me know what you think of this recipe! If you make it, tag me on social media so I can send you some love &mdash #perrysplate or @perrysplate.

Foods that cause inflammation

The foods that cause inflammation won’t surprise you. Red meat, processed and preserved meats and sausage, dairy, gluten and white flours/starches, refined sugar, and preservatives top the list. A diet rich in these potent foods will most likely cause you to feel cruddy anyway. If you’re susceptible to inflammation, these things can make symptoms even worse.

What can you do? Consume a diet that is full of foods that fight inflammation is a good place to start.

Focus on foods that are very similar to a Mediterranean diet, making it super doable for most people in the western world. Heck, I can get all of these things at my local grocery store! It’s hard to make excuses when it’s accessible, right? Here’s the list to focus on:

  • tomatoes
  • olive oil
  • leafy greens + cruciferous veggies
  • fruit, berries + other low glycemic fruits
  • citrus – lemons and oranges
  • fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids – salmon, sardines, mackerel
  • ginger
  • garlic
  • turmeric

Certain seeds also have inflammation fighting properties – like chia, hemp and flax seed. The good news is, you can find them all right in my Protein Smoothie Boost, plus 10 g of protein!

Avocado Smoothie

Adding avocado to a smoothie might sound strange, but you’ll be surprised if you try it!

This secretly healthy avocado shake is so unbelievably creamy, it honestly tastes like drinking an actual vanilla milkshake.

I don’t know how that’s even possible, but seriously, it really does – try it for yourself and see!

With only 5 ingredients and less than a minute of prep time, the recipe is absolutely worth a try at least once, because it might just become your new go-to smoothie recipe.

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More Healthy Avocado Recipes

Can You Taste The Avocado?

The avocado adds unbelievable thickness and creaminess, without any noticeable flavor whatsoever for most people. If you have super tastebuds, you might be able to tell it’s in there, but even then the flavor is only slight!

Can You Use Frozen Avocado?

Frozen or fresh avocado will both work. Just be sure to peel the avocados first. If you have a high-speed blender, try freezing your milk of choice in an ice cube tray and using that for the avocado drink instead of refrigerated milk. This is especially good with canned coconut milk, because it tastes like an avocado milkshake.

Can You Add Other Fruit?

You can! Fresh or frozen blueberries, cherries, strawberries, apple, cucumber, banana, or pineapple all go well with avocado.

Or turn it into a chocolate avocado smoothie by adding a spoonful of cocoa powder (I recommend dutch cocoa for a brownie-like flavor) and a little extra sweetener to counter the bitterness of the cocoa. You can also make an avocado protein shake by blending in a scoop of your favorite protein powder.

(Watch the Avocado Shake Recipe Video, above)

Vegan Avocado Smoothie:

Use your favorite nondairy milk. I like either canned coconut milk or almond cashew milk. Soy milk, amondmilk, and oat milk also work.

Keto Avocado Smoothie:

Avocados are naturally low in carbs. For a low carb smoothie, simply use the stevia option or your favorite sugar alternative for the sweetener of choice. Be sure to use a keto-friendly milk as well.

Avocado Health Benefits:

Besides the delicious creamy texture, you can also get so many added health benefits from avocados. They are cholesterol-free and contain nearly 20 vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients, including potassium, folate, and B vitamins.

Just one serving of avocado provides eight percent of the daily value for fiber, and they have the least amount of sugar of any fruit. Over 75% of the fat in avocados is the unsaturated heart-healthy kind (good fats). Of course if you are on a doctor-ordered nutrition or weight loss plan, it’s always recommended to consult your doctor. For the general population, replacing some of the saturated fat in one’s diet with avocado can possibly help to reduce cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure, and inflammation.

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How To Make An Avocado Shake

Be sure to start with a ripe avocado. You can tell if it’s ripe by squeezing the fruit very gently. It’s ripe if it yields slightly to the pressure and feels just a little bit soft but not mushy.

If you buy an avocado that’s hard as a rock, just wait a few days for it to soften. If you wish, you can place it in a brown paper bag for a day or two with another fruit (such as apple, banana, or kiwi) to speed up the ripening process.

To make the smoothie, first peel the fruit and discard the pit. Blend everything together until smooth, and serve cold.

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As you can see, there are many delicious vegetable smoothies you can enjoy for a healthy meal or snack! Smoothies are a fun and easy way to boost your vegetable intake, especially if you struggle to meet your vegetable requirements.

Whether you’re a hardworking professional needing to up your vegetable intake, busy mum/mom needing to sneak some vegetables into your kid’s meals or gym go-getter wanting to up your veggies for health or weight loss reasons, you’ll find at least one (or all) of these vegetable smoothie recipes perfect for you! Try them out and let us know which ones you love. And of course, if you have any of your very own vegetable smoothie recipes, let us know in the comments below!

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