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Strawberry & Pomegranate Smoothie. Ingredients: 6-8 frozen strawberries. 1 ¼ cup low-fat milk or almond milk. 1 scoop of your favorite protein powder * We chose Only Protein Powder Vanilla for this smoothie. ¼ cup frozen pineapple. ¼ cup pomegranate seeds. 1 small handful of spinach. Directions: Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. This delicious strawberry pomegranate smoothie is such an easy to make smoothie recipe full of all sorts yummy goodness.

This healthy smoothie is a great way to start your morning with a sweet smoothie that is packed full of good-for-you ingredients. Pomegranates, pomegranate seeds, and pomegranate juice are typically available from October through February. Ingredients 3/4 cup frozen unsweetened strawberries 1/2 cup pure pomegranate juice, chilled 1 6-oz. container vanilla yogurt (not nonfat). In keeping with the holiday flavors, we’re blending up a pomegranate smoothie! It has protein-rich Greek yogurt, strawberry, banana, pomegranate juice, and just a touch of honey.

For maximum frostiness, use either frozen strawberries or frozen banana (I’m all for frozen strawberries, which are cheaper this time of year). Pomegranate and Strawberry are not only rich in antioxidants, they have many other important nutrients, vitamin, and minerals. So overall this smoothie is a winner and one of the best ways to start the weekend. If you want to keep it very low in carb, then don’t add banana, instead, add vanilla or strawberry flavored protein powder. This Dairy-Free Strawberry Pomegranate Smoothie is the perfect blend of sweet fruits and winter spices, including nutmeg and cinnamon.

Ready in just a handful of minutes, it’s deliciously paleo and vegan! Smoothies are not just for spring and summer, Spiriteds, especially when they contain pomegranates. Instructions. Step 1. Add all ingredients in a blender. Step 2. Blend for about 90 seconds or until the mixture is smooth.

Step 3. Add more pomegranate juice or ice as needed to achieve a thick and creamy consistency. Add all ingredients in a blender. Blend for about 90-seconds or until the mixture is smooth. Add more pomegranate juice or ice cubes as needed to achieve a thick and creamy consistency. Divide amongst two serving glasses, top with more pomegranate juice, arils, and diced pears if desired.

1 cup strawberries, frozen. 6 dates, cut in half (optional) 2 tablespoons flaxseeds, ground. 1/2 avocado, optional. Pretty Pink Pomegranate Smoothie.

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In a blender, combine the spinach, blueberries, raspberries, banana, milk, oats, sugar, and 1 cup ice, and puree until smooth.

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Place the orange juice, yogurt, mango, blueberries, banana and ice, if using, in a blender or food processor and process until the fruit is puréed and the drink is thick and creamy.

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The pomegranate mixture should be a bit sweeter than you would want it as a drink, so add the syrup to the juice bit by bit until it reaches that stage.

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Puree the pomegranate juice with the berries in a blender and transfer to a saucepan.

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  • I love hemp seeds just a handful as a snack.  Hemp protein (powdered) can be good in vegetable juices I like it for a change of pace sometimes but it is kinda hardcore.

  • Tammy, thanks!  What is a good “brand” of coconut water and coconut oil?  There are so many out there…your sage advice, please.  xoxox

  • Thanks for all the great knowledge, we truly learn so much from your Smoothie videos! I noticed the shirt halfway through and thought, “Dare I be one of those subscribers?! Nope don’t think I will!” LOL Surely Miss Tammy does everything for a reason! 😉

  • Is there no way that we can use the actual vanilla bean stick itself..rather than just the seeds???? I don`t like to throw away that bean/stick…I blend it up also..just cut the bean in half and blend it all….LOL..

  • I love pomegranates! I’ve used up my frozen stash already. Tammy, I have been adding in the Braggs apple cider vinegar to my green cacao nibs smoothies, and oh what a difference! The vinegar really does bring out the flavor. Apple cider vinegar is supposed to be good for acid reflux. At least that’s what I’ve found when researching healthy ways to treat reflux. I hate taking meds. You take a pill to fix one problem but you gain another. Ugh!
    Anyways, thank you for the smoothie videos. I learn a ton from you. Oh yeah, I cracked open my very first baby coconut yesterday morning thanks to your video. WoW! The coconut water was fantastic. So fresh. It took some restraint to not drink it all up before I added it to my smoothie. I will be making that a Saturday smoothie routine….yummy!
    Love ya! Lisa:)

  • Thanks for the awareness of carrageenan Tammy as I am now watching for it an switching brands thanks to you.  My gf’s in Europe are amazed that we allow it as they have banned it in a lot of their items.  Your shirt matched your smoothie!  It looked delicious.  xoxo Elle

  • I swear EVERY time I watch you I learn something new and usually more then one thing. I am SO going to look into the black raspberry powder. I have acid reflux and I DO take over the counter meds for it at least 2 or 3 times a week and sometimes those pills still do not work. I have had that acid come up in my throat at night and get in my lungs let me tell you that is one scary feeling, you feel just like you can’t breath. So just think tonight you may well have saved me from so much pain! I can not thank you enough!
    Edited to add: Did you know this? Black raspberry contains chemicals that might protect against cancer by preventing changes to DNA and blocking the blood supply to tumors. I found that on Web MD. WHY do they not make this kind of stuff common knowledge instead of advertising every drug every 10 min on TV?

  • You are making me want to go make a smoothie, that looks so so yummy.  I have a smoothie for breakfast every morning, I add some sort of green leafy veggie in too just to make sure I get enough, with all the fruit and the flavor of the protein powder I hardly taste it.  Thanks for sharing a great recipe! xoxoxo

  • No worries, I just like cooking channels on youtube and have time on my hands to watch them so many diverse characters / countries and styles

  • I’ve been watching your smoothy videos for quite a while now and I got so fascinated that I recently started making my own smoothies for breakfast and have lost some of my unwanted fat! I’m absolutely loving it! I just wanted to say a BIG thank you CMT!

  • Hi, miss Tammy. As soon as the pomegranates show up in my supermarket, I’m going to stock up on them, and freeze them. Oh, I’m so excited about all these healthy smoothies! Mua, mua

  • Tammy:  Two questions for you:  What model Vitamix do you have?  (I’m saving up for one and there are several models so I’m unsure which I would like to get.) Should hemp seeds be ground before adding to a smoothie (as the flax seeds?).  This looks delicious and I think I already have all the ingredients!  I also wanted to let you know that I made your chia seed pudding and took it to work for breakfast for several days it was delicious!

  • I just made this, I used frozen berries mix so I didn’t need the ice and I used coconut water no honey or sugar and a vanilla yogurt and it was delicious. Thanks for sharing.

  • Tip: if you want to tell us about nutrition facts and stuff say you’ll put it in the description, I mean the odd fact or 2 is fine but not to many

  • So glad you do these videos.  I learned something new today.  Had never heard of Barrett’s Esophagus.  I too have acid reflux somewhat frequently.  When I went GF it improved but depending on what I have eaten (chocolate is a culprit) it rears it’s ugly head.  Love your smoothie recipes. 

  • Your video is awesome I do berries smoothie every morning and I post it on Facebook, but I always get a negative feedback
    Not sure why when it’s very healthy for you x

  • WEll DUH on the pomegranate seeds I should have know you had a video and you can freeze them? So much good information here!! xoxo Kristin 

  • I’m going through all your smoothie videos writing them all down. I noticed some of your recent smoothies don’t contain Matcha. Do you still use it regularly? How do you decide which specialty ingredients to use in which type of smoothie? You’re teaching us SO much, I’m 31 and I’m on the right track thanks to you!!

  • wow, that smoothie looked fabulous, mine never turn out like yours?  I didn’t know that info about the strawberries, I must check for organic ones now and didn’t realise you could freeze pomegranate seeds, mind you, don’t think I can buy them now in UK but I do love them:) tfs xox

  • I’m so glad you mentioned being able to skip the coconut. I HATE coconut. I’d watch, the recipe would sound and look good. Then, I would think…if only it didn’t include coconut. I now believe there is a strawberry smoothie in my future.:)

  • You are the master of smoothie ingredients.  I love it.  I am so happy you mentioned acid reflux because this has been a challenge for me along with Burning Mouth Syndrome (mostly affects post-menopausal women) for the last 18 months.  I think both are related to menopause sounds weird but I’ve seen these can be a symptoms.  My diet is great and it came out of the nowhere.  Anyway, please share any tips you’ve discovered.  I’m going to try the black raspberry powder.  Thanks so much!  Priscilla: )

  • Think I have everything I need for this and it’s Sunday so I think I’ll just have a Strawberry Pomegranate smoothie…thanks!!  patti

  • Don’t mind this comment I’m just writing down the ingredients for personal preference: half cup of Greek yogurt, half a cup of blueberries, raspberries, quarter cup of blackberries, chia seeds, honey. I’m using chia seeds instead of flax seeds and I’m not adding ice because I’m using frozen berries just in case you were wondering how i changed the recipe.

  • Thank you for this video:) I drink shakes but get bored of the same flavor. I now know I can add coconut water or my favorite pomegranate. Please make more healthy shake videos:) also any healthy salad ideas? I �� CMT tutorials ��

  • Watching your smoothie videos is making me think it is time to buy some vanilla protein and break away from my normal chocolate/espresso smoothies.  Apologies if you have answered this in one of your other smoothie videos but is there a target calorie range you keep within when you create them?  And how many hours do they fuel you?  Thank you and kuss!

  • Love it! Thank you for all the ideas for add ins! Its a pleasure watching your videos, as always Miss Tammy. You crack me up and teach me all at the same time! Xx Brandi

  • LOL I wish you had explained about your shirt at the start. It was driving me crazy! LOL 

    Great info on nutrition as well as good looking smoothie. Thanks

  • do you recommend powder over extract? The website does not say if one is more beneficial than the other.
    Thank you!! xoxo yummy smoothie, cannot wait to make this!!!

  • I used frozen strawberries, raspberries and blueberries with some milk because I don’t have Greek yogurt. Tastes really nice, like a sour yogurt.

  • I remember last summer wacking my hand pretty hard in stead of that pommegranate….but what fun I had…slamming those fruits….

  • I always love, love watching your smoothy vids. My mouth waters just waters each time you drink the luscious concoction. By the by, and I’m not being nasty, but are you wearing your tee shirt inside out? Can’t wait to try this one…again. Thank you.

  • Hi Tammy..I had this smoothie today and loved it! Question.. 1) why do you prefer the golden over dark flax seeds and, 2)of all your smoothie “potions”, seeds etc which are stored in the frig/freezer? I’d love you to do a pantry video! Any amens out there?

  • We love the option of being able to freeze the berries. It helps them last longer and as you said can take the place of ice, which is great!

    Thanks for watching!

  • You should check the supplements I take for that. Standard Process Zypan & A-F Betafood, I take 1 Zypan and 2 Betafood before a meal. Also Zypan on its on if needed. Had gall bladder removed & have a hiatal hernia. These two supplements saved me when conventional medicine the Drs gave me did not work. My health guru chiropractor stocks these, and he uses them for his acid reflux.

  • Another delicious sounding smoothie recipe! I had no idea you could freeze pomegranate seeds.  You give such wonderful information. 

  • Dear Miss Tammy, please could you kindly give me the ingredient list of the almond milk? I live in the UK where we cannot purchase this brand of almond milk. I’ll like to order it from the USA, but I want to be sure of the ingredients first…especially the percentage of almonds in it. Thank you very much. Much love