Black Forest Smoothie


Black Forest Smoothie

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Ingredients 2 cups baby spinach 1 cup frozen cherries 1 cup almond milk ¼ cup rolled oats 2 tablespoons unsweetened cocoa powder 1 packet. Black Forest Smoothie Rich chocolate and sweet cherries combine to make one of the most decadent desserts out there: black forest cake. Unfortunately, commercial varieties of this sweet treat (which happens to use two healthy, antioxidant-filled whole foods) may be tarnished with heavily processed ingredients, additives, white sugar, and more. Black Forest Smoothie.

Jump to Recipe Print Recipe. Pin 0. Looking for a new smoothie to spice up your summer breakfast game? This chocolate cherry smoothie is vegan, high-protein, and made with just 6 ingredients! It’s refreshing, delicious, and packed with nutrients thanks to the sweet cherries, cacao, and baby spinach. Your black forest smoothie includes some ingredients that I am unsure about.

For example chia seeds and maple syrup – both are listed as ‘illegal’ according to Dr. Allison Siebecker, the medical director for the SIBO Center for Digestive Health. Black Forest Smoothie has all the flavors of the famous cake while being very healthy at the same time.

Cherries and cocoa are main stars here. The smoothie is thickened with banana and rolled oats (and ice, if using). Vanilla extract and cinnamon give another layer of. Black Forest Smoothie Recipe Combine the classic flavors of Black Forest cake in this Cherry Chocolate Smoothie recipe that makes a healthy breakfast or snack, but tastes like dessert. Here is a brief overview so you can see just how easy it is to make.

Scroll down to the printable recipe card for the full quantities and details. 2/3 cup (s) Saco Mix ‘n Drink Instant Skim Milk 1/2 Large Hass avocado 1/2 cup (s) Central Market Organics Baby Spinach (smashed down into cup for measuring) 2 cup (s) H‑E‑B Select Cherries & Berries (frozen). Combine cherries, yogurt, banana, pineapple juice, cocoa powder, and vanilla in blender or food processor. Cover; blend until smooth. Pour cold water into a blender.

2. Begin mixing on lowest speed. 3. While blender is on, add shake mix. 4. Blend for about 10 seconds.

5. Gradually. Ingredients 1 T chia seeds 1 banana 1/2 cup almond milk 10 pitted cherries 2 T cocoa powder (unsweetened) 1 hand full (or 1 cup) fresh baby spinach blender.

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It’s one of the compounds that I add to my morning smoothie each day (the full list of ingredients can be found on

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This smoothie tastes mildly tropical, and it’s one of my go-to green blends.

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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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Superfood smoothie: use water, coconut water/milk, or grain or nut milk, supergreens powder, fruit (banana, papaya, and/or berries), hemp or rice protein or flaxseeds/sunflowers/almonds, raw carob powder, cinnamon powder, vitamin C or nutritional powder 3.

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Simple but bursting with wholesome flavor, this smoothie is packed with antioxidants.

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This is also a great smoothie for adding a few kale leaves without compromising the delicious sweet flavors of super-ripe fruit.

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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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Whilebasicgreen smoothies are undeniably delicious,there are many ingredientsyou canaddthat will spice upyour smoothie and take it to awhole new level.

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Blend nondairy milk, 300g frozen blueberries, 1 frozen banana (unchopped), and 60g walnuts in high-powered blender.

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Feel free to mix up your greens, and once you get into a smoothie groove, use this recipe as more of a guideline, a launchpad to signature smoothies of your own creation!

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  • My family is strange.

    No orange juice or strawberries or pineapple or cocoa powder

    I have a sad child hood. I just wanna be a healthy 7th grader dammit! Its hard af to get breakfast ):C

  • I love this smoothie, it’s SO simple and fast and yummy ��

    You need:
    1 banana ��
    5-10 strawberries ��
    2dl orange juice ��
    4-9 ice ��

    Yaas ��������

  • This looks so good. I was just diagnosed this past Wednesday with Early stage uterine cancer. I’m 39 with no kids. Any advice beyond going raw? My doctor said a hysterectomy is required but I know that people have reversed their cancer with diet and lifestyle change.

  • I tried the strawberry cheesecake smoothie and banana nut smoothie. I loved both of them, especially the strawberry cheesecake one. It really is incredible, I think I’m addicted! Thank you!

  • For all your smoothie recipes that contain bananas, do you ever taste the banana? I don’t really like banana so I was wondering. This excludes the smoothies that have banana as most of the flavor/ingredient.

  • I made the banana nut bread smoothie but I made it into a chocolate version by adding chocolate rice milk instead and it turned out super delicious. Thanks for the recipe!

  • Your smoothies are the best <3 I already loved Silk, but you take it to a whole new level without being overly complicated or getting too crazy with the budget!

  • Hi, I just wanted to say that I usually don’t try your recipes because where the cost of healthy stuff (e.g. Greek yogurt) is really high in my country. However, watching your videos gives me ideas on how I can tweak my meals for something healthier. Thank you, and keep up the good work:)

  • I didn”t have any dates and I mixed carob and cocoa powder together, it tasted great! I also used frozen cherries because that is all I had, felt great in 32 degree Cel weather.

  • Hey, I noticed two cameras. Did youtube provide the cameras or did you use your own? Also, how about that sound? It sounded like you were miked, but I couldn’t see you wearing any mike. Maybe it was just great acoustics in that studio? I bet it was fun.

  • I’ve noticed in a couple of your smoothie videos you have used almond milk. Do you make yours fresh, or purchase it from the store?

  • Wow! That was a really great production and quality. That studio also looked really cool and had a nice vintage feeling to it. 

    Great work guys! Also, loved the recipe! Need to get some more cherries soon!

  • Can you store these as well as all the other smoothies you make be made and then stored in the fridge or is it best to drink them straight away?

  • Wow! I’d never have thought of doing a smoothie like this, it sounds incredible! I can’t wait to try it also, how cute is that kitchen! I can’t believe Youtube is tearing it down! xxx

  • It came out great!! Anji’s so pretty!!  Missed the kitties though.  I know I feel almost lost without mine under my feet while i’m cooking lol.

  • As usual Ms. Anji, wonderful job!!!!  You are a natural!!!  The smoothie looks delicious and I have only one question…….. If I don’t have any bananas on hand, what would be a decent substitute?

  • Five bananas PLUS dates to sweeten it, together with cherries which are also sweet..? Okay. Please tell me, how do you feel after drinking that sugarbomb in the morning? I think most people would like a healthy breakfast that makes them feel good and stay full, not a smoothie that makes their blood sugar spike through the roof and give them diabetes…:/

  • Yum! These would flavours would be great as cupcakes… Breakfast cupcakes? lol… They look yum though! I’m digging the choc avocado banana one. I never wouldve thought to put that in a smoothie but I’m guessing it would come out nice and rich, and it looks nice and thick:0) Love your vids!

  • for those who may be concerned about us and the fancy shooting we did at youtube, worry not. it was a rare thing for us since youtube is tearing down that kitchen set in a couple of days. we saw it last year, and we were excited to try to film in it before it was gone for good. so we barely squeaked by and got in on its last week. we shot two more that day so look forward to them over the next few weeks.

  • Angie. Love your channel. By the way, what brand of vanilla powder do you use? I have been looking for organic vanilla poweder with no chemicals in it. Any suggestions?

  • Looooove your recipe and your dress Anji ♥_♥.
    Here in Venezuela the cherries are so expensive, maybe if i replace them with strawberries would be ok:’)

  • The smoothie looks delicious and I will definantly make one, but the whole vibe of the studio kitchen was a bit awkward and not the same awesome authentic chill experience I get from your HOME videos. Love you two

  • The kitchen is gorgeous it is such a shame they are pulling it down as it looks very kitsch…
    Your smoothie looks yummo will have to try it…xxx

  • Great vintage kitchen set.  We have a stove (almost) just like it, a Kelvinator from the 50s.  Anji, you’re smoking in that photo!

  • Was this supposed to be cheesy? LoL. I think one of the reason people like your channel is because you’re both authentic. I hope this format was just something fun and not a regular thing.

  • No gratuitous kitty shots at YouTube hq though, and be gentle with those bananas ��! Cherries yum. I just spent an hour in a cherry tree today. Posted a short clip about it

  • ohhhhh I dunno which to salivate over more, the smoothie which looks absolutely delish, or the 50’s kitchen set up!!! Three of my most favourite things in one space. Vegan high carb, Angie and a 50’s interior!!!

  • I bet that tastes delicious.

    In the UK, those ingredients would probably run you about £8 ish in a major supermarket. For one delicious, natural, nutritious smoothie. That’s roughly about 10% of a very basic weekly shopping budget for a fairly well off working class family of 3-4.

    2L of Pepsi on offer? Maybe 0.99p?
    Cheesey garlic bread 0.99p
    Huge ass pizza £4.00
    Tub of ice cream £2.00

    Starter, main, dessert and drinks for roughly the same price. All terrible for you, of course.

    Man, fuck the food industry.

  • Although you picked the vintage kitchen which suits your personality well… I like the real-home feel better. It’s probably easier productionwise to film at youtube (no wonky tripod problems or lighting) but I like the more amateurish side of doing it in your home, it makes us feel closer to you…

  • Andrea I am glad you shared that, the same thought has been going through my mind but I didn’t want to be rude or critical. I love the vids they are so helpful & informative & I get tons of ideas that I can incorporate. It does however (in my opinion) look unnatural to not look away from the camera & a bit creepy. I really do appreciate all that you guys are bring out.

  • I love you guys and have been following you for a while. Although the set and everything was VERY nice, I still prefer your home videos. That is what I like about you guys, you show who you are and are a great inspiration to many. Wishing you success and continued growth.

  • LOL, great recipe, but you kinda creep me out with staring at the camera while the vitamix does the dirty work lol.  Love it, thank you:)

  • That’s a very nice studio setting, It fits your personality perfectly! I love you both and your advise and recipes but I have to ask is there a reason why you don’t look away from the camera to talk to each other or when you reach for items? It creeps me out a little and makes you look not so natural in front of the camera. I hope I’m not offending I just notice it a lot and thought I’d comment. (Sorry!!!) and I made this same smoothie tons of times last summer, I did add a handful of spinach to make a ‘green’ smoothie. It is one of my favorites and I’m glad you shared:)