Bye bye cookies and hello green smoothies.
I am a self-proclaimed cookie junkie but am a big believer in balance. I want my body to be strong and healthy so I try to balance my love of baked goods with foods that help to make my mind sharp and give me the extra energy I need in the morning. I have four kids to get off to school so I need all the help I can get!
I am obsessed with green smoothies. This Energizer Spinach Berry Smoothie combines so many superfoods. It is the ideal way to get my kids to eat a big dose of fruits and vegetables in one sitting. This way they are getting the whole food instead of just the juice. The whole food contains fiber and all of the vitamins and minerals that help the body work at its highest capacity.
It’s the new year and one of my biggest goals is to take care of myself. I have to honest here — with myself and with you. I have let myself get so busy taking care of my kids and working on Modern Honey that I have neglected my own health. I am excited to work on bringing more balance into my life! I am a work in progress and will keep you posted on my journey. Wish me luck!
The Energizer Spinach Berry Smoothie Benefits:
SPINACH — one of the healthiest foods on the planet. Two cups of spinach contains 510% of your Vitamin K, 160% of your Vitamin A, 40% of your Vitamin C, and 40% of your Folate, and so many more!
BLUEBERRIES — named the most nutrient packed fruit and one of the top 10 foods to add to your diet. Full of antioxidants and fiber to keep you full longer.
STRAWBERRIES — a berry that is low in sugar and high in Vitamin C. In one single cup, it satisfies 141% of your daily Vitamin C.
BANANA – high in potassium, fiber, and B6. This adds a creamy texture to the smoothie, a natural sweetness and keeps you fuller longer.
ORANGE JUICE – fulfills 100% of daily Vitamin C which is an immune booster.
GREEK YOGURT (optional) — low in sugar and high in protein.
- 1 cup Blueberries
- 1 cup Strawberries approx 6-8
- 1 Banana frozen if possible
- 2 cups Baby Spinach
- 1 cup Orange Juice or Almond Milk
- 1/2 cup Water
- 6 ounces Greek Yogurt OPTIONAL
- Blend blueberries, strawberries, banana, spinach, orange juice, water, and ice until smooth. Add optional greek yogurt.
- **Use frozen fruit, if possible. Freeze bananas by peeling them and placing them in freezer bags.
What are your biggest goals for the year? Are you working on getting healthy? I would love to hear what you are doing. I am hoping that The Energizer Spinach Berry Smoothie will get you off on the right track. Happy New Year, my friends! xo
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