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Ingredients 1 cup fresh spinach 1 beet, peeled and cut into quarters ½ cup plain Greek yogurt ½ cup frozen unsweetened red raspberries ½ cup frozen blueberries ½ cup ice cubes 4. Simple, 4-ingredient beet smoothie. This simple, healthy 4-ingredient beet smoothie can be made with raw or cooked beets for a nutrient-dense drink. Vegan and paleo friendly with no added sweeteners, this beet smoothie is a great way to use up leftover cooked beets. I.

1-1/2 cups fat-free milk. 1/2 cup frozen blackberries. 1/2 cup frozen blueberries.

1/2 cup frozen unsweetened raspberries. 1/2 cup frozen unsweetened strawberries. 2 tablespoons lemonade concentrate. 1 tablespoon sugar. 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract.

View Recipe. When the beets are cool enough to handle, remove the skin from the beets (it should rub off easily with your fingers). Cut each beet into quarters. In a blender, combine the raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, beets, coconut milk, mint, chia seeds, cardamom and lime juice and blend until smooth.

Skip the $9 smoothie at the local juice bar and learn how to make this healthy beet smoothie yourself! What’s in This Beet Smoothie? This super healthy beet smoothie has only 4 ingredients.

Beets are blended with banana, berries, and almond milk for a delicious and simple breakfast or snack. Beet & Berry Smoothie This smoothie is made with raw beets, fresh or frozen strawberries and blueberries, a frozen banana, and almond milk (or plant-milk of choice). I also threw in a tablespoon of hemp seeds to add a small kick of protein and creaminess, but you can omit them without affecting the overall flavor. 1 cup (240ml) unsweetened rice milk (or almond milk) 1 medium purple beet, peeled and steamed. 1 cup (25g) purple kale leaves.

1/2 medium English cucumber, roughly chopped. 1 tablespoon fresh lime juice, plus more to taste. 1 tablespoon. Vibrant, nutrient-packed smoothie made with beetroot and fresh fruit.

Subtly sweet, perfectly tart, and made with 1 blender, 3 ingredients, and 5 minutes. Patricia, I make about 2 qts, I chop everything except berry’s and frozen pineapple into small pieces and mix in my wide bottom blentec. 2 1/2 cups water, 8oz raw beet, 4oz apple, 4oz, red cabbage, 4oz carrots, 4oz pineapple, 4oz frozen blue berry, 4oz Broccoli, 2oz spinach, started adding 1oz Kale, 1 full lime cut little tips off whole lime skin and all, i add 4 or 5 shakes of Tumeric, and about the same Cinnamon.

Beet & Berry Smoothie Posted on January 22, 2018 April 5, 2020 The combination of Egg Nog and Hot Chocolate no longer being acceptable to kick off the day mid-January and Valentines Day creepin’ around the corner has me super into this beet smoothie in the morning!

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In a blender or food processor, combine the kale, banana, mango, protein powder, coconut extract and ice.

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herbicides, or chemical fertilizers), kiwi puree, organic agave syrup, unmodified tapioca starch, calcium lactate (from beets), lemon concentrate, lactic acid (from corn), pectin, vanilla, natural color, natural fruit flavors, lemon oil.

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Combined with raspberry and kale, the kiwi in this recipe makes for a healthy and flavorful smoothie.

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Once mixed with tropical fruit nectar or juice, like papaya or mango, along with low-fat dairy milk and dry milk powder for protein, this smoothie creates a powerhouse of nutrients with its protein, minerals, vitamins and antioxidants.

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Coconut & Apricot Smoothie 250g (8oz) fresh apricots 1­cup coconut milk (fresh or tinned) 4­6 strawberries or raspberries or blackberries ­ fresh or frozen Remove stones from apricots, wash and process through juicer and place in a blender with coconut milk and berries.

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Two of my go-to preworkout recipes are a kale smoothie blended with coconut water or coconut milk (usually with a touch of beet juice, cacao, or both) and a carrot-gingerlemon juice (made in a juicer) with a touch of olive oil.

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*None of these recipes include beet juice, but this could be added, if desired.

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• In the blender, combine the beet juice, fine sea salt, xanthan gum, ascorbic acid, and malic acid and blend until incorporated, about 30 seconds.

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  • I made this as I could with what I had on hand. I never have store bought juice, so I addad a whole apple and the rest of your ingredients. I used soy milk and added some grapses for sweetness, as my blueberries were a bit more tart. I added a bit more kale than one leaf, because I prefer more vegetables to fruit in a smoothie… and this was without question the nicest beet smoothie I’ve ever made. Thank you!! Really nice.

  • Here in Hawai’i, I keep peeled over ripe bananas in the freezer next to the strawberries. The bananas are small and called “apple” bananas. Very sweet when they get real ripe so you can cut down on sugar or honey. Just add your dairy or coconut milk and you get a great smoothie..

  • I will definitely add some sugar. I got a Magic Bullet from my cousin for my Birthday this year and I’ve never used it. With this recipe I will use it. I’m so excited.

  • My mom taught me how to make this but I forgot when I was drinking it It seemed way too off then I realized I didn’t add milk. B r U h

  • I eas thinking the same thing, the coconut oil looks like milk, so was it milk or coconut oil? that does look very good though and will try it bc i love beets but i get burned out bc i can’t get it sweetened enough and im defiantly not going to add any surgars unless it’s purely from raw fruit.

  • I love this recipe sounds so yummy I just started making smoothies so I’ll try this today….. Wish me luck!!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!!!

  • It’s -5 degrees celcius here, but I could still go for one of those cold and delicious berry and beet smoothies.
    Enjoy your summer holidays, Tommy! From Lindsay in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.:0)

  • Add banana and strawberry on the rim? Who am I trying to impress? Granted, it makes for a prettier video and thumbnail, but come on. That’s unrealistic and no one is doing that in their normal life.

  • Use full fat yoghurt in stead of milk, I read milk and fruit better not be mixed together for the nutrients to work. Also no need for ice if you are using frozen fruit.. It’s already really cold, why do you need the ice

  • I’m gonna sub 1/2 an avocado or 1 banana for the yogurt. Also maybe add some baby spinach. But all in all a good base recipe for beets. Thanks!

  • Great video! I’ve been trying to enjoy beets lately bc of my anemia and smoothies have helped. I’m going to try it with this recipe next!

  • i thought ice was bad for you now what happend huh you suddenly want to say that ice is haelthy (not to be offensive though just doing my job)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • A tried it, and it turned out great! I put some sugar in, but it didn’t taste like there was any sugar in there, which I honestly love! So thank you!!��

  • so i dont have any strawberries, so i decided to just put watermelon, banana and mangoes. but somehow it tastes like a strawberry banana smoothie, idk why tho.

  • If u want the sweetness but dont wanna just add table sugar, i like tonadd greek yogurt with the mixed fruit. Has some sugar and makes it thicker.

  • Goodful IS tasty, tasty is buzz feed. This is just another buzzfeed account.Goodful is basically a healthy version of tasty. (Im 99% sure it is)

  • Hello and welcome to my hunk kitchen and today we will be making a delicious protein shake. So you add a cup of milk, a scoop of protien, and some ice. A delicious scoop of protein, and a delightful scoop of protein. Get your ice, dip em in protein, blend, put in a scoop of protein and drink. Huh, I forgot the protein.

  • These are sooo good! I was looking for something healthy to have as a breakfast drink and thought of a smoothie. I don’t like yogurt though so this was perfect. Keep posting video’s! ( I am subscribed and I turned on notifications.)��

  • Great smoothie recipes. For the berry recipes, I would throw in ground flax or chia seeds. I might also try hemp seeds in other recipes for added protein and healthy fats.

  • There is a Russian soup with Beets, I think it’s called Borsh or something like that and possibly is served chilled but you might be able to have it hot also, not sure. Don’t really know what the difference is between a chilled soup of beets and a chilled smoothie of beets.

  • I found that a way to make this better is to add 2 or 3 spoon fulls of yogurt into it depending on the size you can also throw some sugar in there too

  • Your recipes are awesome, man, and your sense of humor & personality bleed out very naturally. It’s not forced or lame. I think I’ll attempt to make this for breakfast tomorrow, thanks for the help.

  • Well you deserve it! It’s a lot of work to do all this. You have so many great recipes! I’m looking forward to lots of yummy kale smoothies to try:)