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Smoothie STARS

Happy Month of Valentines! This month, we have three smoothies with varying shades of pink and red to get you in the lovey-dovey celebratory mood.

1. Beet My Valentine

Can you guess what the star of this smoothie is? That’s right, beets! Beets may seem like an odd thing to add to a smoothie, and believe me I had my doubts at first, but I was happily proved wrong. The beets give this smoothie a beautiful pink color and their taste is masked by the strawberries.


Recipe:

- 1 cup frozen strawberries

- 1 frozen banana

- 1 red beet (or two baby beets)

- 1 Tbsp vanilla unsweetened almond milk (or milk of choice)

- ½ cup strawberry yogurt

Add everything to blender and blend until combined.














2. Berry In Love

Berries, lots and lots of berries. This smoothie turns into a beautiful deep red color and tasted just as good as it looked.


Recipe:

- 1 cup frozen strawberries

- ¾ cup frozen raspberries

- ½ cup frozen blueberries

- 2 kiwis

- 1/2 cup orange juice

Add everything to blender and blend until combined. Add more orange juice or a little water if it's too thick.



3. Dark Pink Smoothie

A classic strawberry smoothie with a hint of raspberries. The strawberry yogurt and vanilla protein powder give this smoothie a nice thick texture. If you don’t have protein powder, that's okay, you don't necessarily need it.


Recipe:

- ½ cup frozen strawberries

- ½ cup raspberries

- one scoop vanilla protein powder

- ½ cup of strawberry yogurt

- 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk (or milk of choice) Add everything to blender and blend until combined.



**Nutrition Labels were formulated using Verywellfit.com’s recipe analyzer and could vary slightly.

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