I haven’t come up with many new smoothies in a while. Back in March I was whipping up new smoothie ideas every other day. Literally. I’ve made a bunch lately, but none have been uber creative. Greek yogurt with 2 frozen fruits is delicious, but does not warrant a blog post. Some smoothie tips are here.
I need ideas folks. That’s where you come in. Comment with an idea below. Please & thank you.
This smoothie was inspired by my other-half at work. She’s into coconut milk which sounded delightful in a smoothie. Thanks for the inspiration Ms. K!
6 oz vanilla Greek yogurt
1 peach sliced & frozen (or the rough equivalent of pre-cut frozen pieces)
4 strawberries with the tops cut off
3 tbs coconut flakes
¼ – ½ cup of liquid (juice, milk, etc. I used crystal light pink lemonade)
Assemble in a blender.
Blend & enjoy.
I loved this one! The coconut bits in there were delightful. I felt like I was on a beach, rather than getting ready for work.
Frozen fruit makes for the frostiest of smoothies. You could always use fresh fruit and ice too. I’m the only fruit eater at home so if I’m not up to speed on my fruit I freeze it before it goes bad then it can star in a smoothie whenever I get to it.
The liquid in a smoothie is the only way it’ll be drinkable. I don’t often have juice around but a single-serve low-cal drink mix is perfect. I don’t love lots of milk in my smoothie. It can make it seem ice-creamish which is awesome, but it can also just make me feel like I’m drinking milk, which I don’t really do. Your call on that one.
Now, what are your smoothie recommendations?
One sip of this and i’d feel like I was on vacation! So good!
What an interesting combination! Gotta try this!
Ohh so tropical! I am reminded how I desperately need a new blender…
Have you tried using more unusual fruits in your smoothies? Like cooked rhubarb, or cooked plums – they add a great flavour, like a pie smoothie almost. This does look tropical and delicious though.
Oooo! Cooked rhubarb is GENIUS! Thanks!