Smoothies are the perfect Summer food. They’re easy to make, portable when you’re on the go, healthy (most of the time) and they’re delicious! I love a healthy smoothie packed with nutrition, but sometimes, the popular recipes that we see circulating on social media are healthy, but hardly appetizing. While kale is no doubt a super-food, not everyone likes to eat it, let alone drink it.
This smoothie is one of my favorites! Not only is it packed with vitamins and protein, but it actually tastes like a smoothie should taste. I like to add a dash of cayenne pepper for a morning boost, but if that’s not your cup of tea, or you’re making this for your kids, go ahead and skip it:)
Strawberry Avocado Smoothie
1 cup strawberries (frozen)
1/2 avocado (pitted and peeled)
1 cups unsweetened almond milk (Sometimes I use vanilla almond milk for a treat)
1 tbsp of honey or agave nectar
1 dash of cayenne pepper (optional)
Blend all ingredients together and serve! If you’re making this for your family, simply double the recipe. This is a favorite of my kids and they’re a tough crowd to please. You can also use raspberries in place of strawberries or add a frozen banana for extra flavor! Enjoy!
Writer, marketer and mother of two, Susan Madden has a background working with the Fine Arts in Dallas, TX and Milwaukee, WI. Relatively new to the fitness industry, she enjoys sharing her experiences about this crazy beautiful life, the endless quest to find work-home balance and wellness from a novice perspective. She’s passionate about nature, everything music, seeking out little moments that make a lasting impact, and has a newfound appreciation for the benefits of a well- made green smoothie. Susan is a native of Whitefish Bay, WI and now resides in Mequon, WI with her husband Mike and children, Samantha and Blake.
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