November 27, 2020
The upcoming holiday is a great time to spice up your creativity in the kitchen. As it welcomes the bright and merry festivities, you might want to treat yourself with an all-time favorite drink that you can quickly whip up for your family and friends.
Smoothies are perfect for this occasion because not only is it a delicious drink, it’s also rich in nutritional values such as minerals, vitamins, and more. However, if you’re opting to go for an all-whole food variety, you may want to give the usual smoothies made with milk some twist.
This means you get to play with alternatives that will replace the usual combo of fresh fruits and yogurt with frozen fruits to create that cold, thick consistency and creaminess that you want to have for your smoothies.
Now that you have an idea on how to translate traditional smoothies to all-whole foods smoothies, here are some recipes you can try to add some winter-inspired flavors to your recipes:
When you work with whole food ingredients, you can get all sorts of flavors and textures to spice up your smoothies. It’s an effortless procedure, so if you want a particular taste to pop in your smoothies, feel free to experiment with ingredients you love to discover new flavors. It’s light and delicious, plus it helps boost metabolism that’s helpful for people trying to lose weight.
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