I love using fresh juice as a base for smoothies. We get to combine electrolyte and antioxidant rich green juice with equally nutrient-packed frozen fruits and a dash of superfoods for an energizing start to the day!
The before photo colors are a vibrant, bright and beautiful rainbow of phytonutrient rich fruits and veggies. The after photo belowâ€¦ well all those colors combine into a mixed palate producing more of a darker, brownish hue. So while it may not be as pretty it sure is tasty and super healthy. And as you can see from my assistant, Dillon, itâ€™s kid approved!
Since Dillon has food allergies and I’m also gluten-free, our smoothies are dairy-free, soy-free and GF as well. Â It’s easy to be allergy-friendly when you use fresh ingredients. Â We follow the dirty dozen for organics.
Loaded with immune supporting nutrients, this smoothie isnâ€™t just for breakfast. Itâ€™s also a perfect pre- or post-workout drink. Add some plant-based protein powder to make it an even more effective post-workout refresher that can replenish your muscles with the energy they crave.
To read more about Maca as a superfood, here’s my .
4 stalks celery
2 stalks kale
Â½ green apple
1 â€œ ginger
1 small broccoli stalk
1 handful parsley
Â½ cup frozen blueberries
Â½ frozen banana
Â½ cup frozen peaches
1 tsp Maca powder
1 tsp honey (optional)
Wash all fresh produce well.
Juice kale, parsley, ginger, celery, apple, broccoli
Pour juice into blender
Add frozen blueberries, banana, peaches
Add maca powder and honey
Pour and enjoy!
Makes 1, 16 oz serving
Feel free to substitute other berries, mango, any frozen fruit! Plus other veggies in your juice like zucchini for cucumber, fennel for celery, spinach for kale.