Vitamix Smoothie Recipe Requirements
I require every Vitamix smoothie recipe to have at least one vegetable for each fruit, otherwise there is just too much sugar (though we will occasionally make a fruit-only smoothie as a dessert on a designated dessert day).
I also require every Vitamix smoothie recipe to have some kind of protein component, be it whey protein powder, non-fat yogurt, Shakeology, and even cottage cheese (though I wouldn’t recommend that last one).
Vitamix Smoothie Recipe Ingredients:
- 1/2 cup unsweeted plain Greek yogurt
- 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 2 ounces cherry tomatoes
- 2 ounces spinach
- 4 ounces fresh strawberries
- 4 ounces frozen mixed berries (raspberry/blackberry/blueberry)
- 1 cup ice
Vitamix Smoothie Recipe Directions:
Put almond milk, tomatoes, strawberries and spinach into Vitamix and blend on low till smooth. Add yogurt and protein powder and blend again. Finally, add frozen berries and ice and blend on a higher setting until smooth. Makes three cups worth of smoothie.
Vitamix Smoothie Recipe Ratings:
Gigi – “Okay”
Myla – “A++”
Matthew – 7 / 10
*Gigi is our 4-year-old, Myla is our 7-year-old, and I am our 12-year-old (at heart anyway).
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