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Are You New To Smoothie Making?  We’ve Got You Covered!

Smoothies are a great way to get a quick nutritious meal and they are super easy to make!  We visited the Nutribullet website and found their list of Top 10 essential smoothies for beginners!

Need to buy a Nutribullet blender to make your smoothies?  CLICK HERE to visit their website!


New to making smoothies?  These smoothies will get you started!


Essential Green – click here for the recipe
Consider this blend the little black dress of NutriBullet smoothies: it never goes out of style. To help keep your energy stable throughout the day, aim to balance your meals and snacks with high-quality protein, healthy fats, and fiber-filled carbs – like this combo of Greek yogurt, peanut butter, fruit, and veggies. There’s a reason this one is always on-trend.


Strawberry Banana- click here for the recipe
We love this delicious, classic combo of strawberries and banana made even better because of the chia seeds in this blend, which offer heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids and a hearty dose of fiber. Add a scoop of protein powder to this mix for some extra staying power.


Triple Berry- click here for the recipe
Berries are some of our favorite superfoods — they’re well-researched for the role they play in cancer prevention, as well as brain, gut, and heart health support. Plus, they’re delicious! That’s why this recipe calls for three berry varieties!


Chocolate Peanut Butter- click here for the recipe
Eating for your health certainly doesn’t mean you have to compromise on taste. Case in point: this smoothie calls for chocolate, banana, AND peanut butter. High-quality nutrition has never tasted so good.


Creamy Coffee Smoothie- click here for the recipe
Rise and shine with this creamy smoothie that offers more nutrition and less added sugar than your typical coffee blended beverage. The Greek yogurt also helps to stabilize your energy levels so you won’t fall victim to a mid-morning crash.


Tropical Smoothie – click here for the recipe
It may be a Monday or a Wednesday, but you can kick-off the day feeling like a vacation with this bright smoothie that tastes like the tropics. Coconut water is also a fun liquid choice to use in your smoothie blends since it’s a natural source of electrolytes, like potassium, yet is lower in sugar and calories than fruit juice.


Veggie Smoothie – click here for the recipe
Only 1 in 10 adult Americans meet the federal daily fruit or veggie recommendations, which is really a shame considering that fruits and vegetables are the cornerstones of a healthy diet. But, you can drink your way to your daily fruit and veggie goals. Start with this 5-ingredient veggie blend!


Breakfast Smoothie- click here for the recipe
Our Classic Breakfast Smoothie is a dairy-free take on the Essential Green Smoothie, but also contains the belly-filling fiber found in old-fashioned rolled oats. Didn’t think you could “drink” your oats? They help make your smoothie feel a bit more substantial and create a thick, satisfying consistency.


Raspberry Protein Smoothie- click here for the recipe
Thick and creamy, this smoothie is like sticking your straw in cheesecake. And thanks to the cottage cheese and almond butter, it packs a serious dose of high-quality protein. You have to give this smoothie a try – you won’t regret it!


Citrus Smoothie- click here for the recipe
If you tend to like things a bit tart, this is the one for you. Aside from vitamin C-loaded citrus fruits, you can also reap the natural anti-nausea benefits of ginger by sipping on this smoothie. It’s a good one for helping to combat motion sickness.


Want more ideas for smoothies?  CLICK HERE ! to visit the Nutribullet website!

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