How to Make Smoothies
Make the Best Smoothies
Tasting like a creamy milkshake, this keto smoothie has almond milk, ice cubes, cream cheese, vanilla, raspberry, & other ingredients. You can sub with fruit like strawberry or blueberry, or flavors like chocolate or peanut butter. It's easy, low carb, gluten free, sugar free -- great for anyone looking for weight loss, a post workout meal replacement, or a simple make ahead breakfast. #healthy #healthyrecipes #lowcarb #keto #ketorecipes / berry / ketogenic diet recipes / how to make / best
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Tried a layered smoothie yet? Create one that’s out of this world with this Blueberry Pineapple Galaxy Smoothie recipe. Filled with frozen DOLE® Blueberries, banana slices, shredded coconut, and frozen DOLE Pineapple Chunks—it’s a smooth, tropical-tasting drink that takes just 10 minutes to prepare. CLICK for the full recipe.
Shake up your smoothie routine with these tasty fruit and veggie combinations, featuring strawberries, raspberries, spinach, mango, banana, kiwi, and grapes. Each recipe can be pre-portioned in a Ziploc® bag and frozen ahead of time. Then you can just grab a bag, let it thaw, add yogurt, juice, milk, or tea as your liquid base, and blend. These smoothie ideas are perfect for kids or your morning breakfast.