Five Popular Smoothies: Healthy, delicious and easy to make, smoothies are beloved throughout the world.
Their simple nature makes them incredibly versatile, simply pop a handful of fruits in the blender with yoghurt, ice-cream or milk and enjoy!
I’ve scoured popular scrap-booking site Pinterest to discover the smoothies everyone’s talking about.
This smoothie has been re-pinned thousands of times. Colorful and refreshing it’s made with honeydew melon, Granny Smith apples, kiwi fruit, lemon juice and sugar.
Blend with ice and enjoy on a hot summer’s day!
A favorite among “pinners”, this Skin Saver smoothie from Girl Get strong features blueberries, cherries, strawberries, avocado, wheat germ and ground flax seed.
Designed with an abundance of anti-oxidents to help fight wrinkles and other skin aging signs the added Omega 3 helps inflammation.
Blueberry Brain Boost Smoothie:
Recommended by Oprah so it’s got to be good! The smoothie is packed full of antioxidants in the form of blueberries.
The walnuts add a distinct flavor and contain essential fatty acids to support the development of brain cells.
Blueberry, Mulberry and Strawberry Smoothie:
This delicious looking smoothie from popular blog Fuss Free Cooking is another favorite among “pinners”.
Blueberries, mulberries and strawberries are blended with a combination of yoghurt, milk and fruit sorbet (gorgeous!) for a seriously tasty treat.
Quick Chiquita Banana Oatmeal Smoothie:
Like banana bread in a glass! This blend of bananas, yoghurt, cooked oatmeal and almonds is recommended as a pre-workout power breakfast. Ideal for those on the go or someone who just wants a quick power up before their gym sesssion.
Hope you enjoyed those fruity treats – now it’s your turn, get blending and get pinning!
This article was written by Rachel Hurley. When she isn’t taste testing delicious smoothies she enjoys grabbing a good book and relaxing on the couch. Follow her on Twitter @Rachel_Hurley23.
Photo credit: Fitness magazine, Girl Get Strong, Fuss Free Cooking, Chiquita bananas