When I was writing my hub on Best Smoothie Recipes, I got to thinking that there are SO MANY different kinds of smoothies. I know quite a few people have posted smoothie recipe hubs like Janine Huldie's Black Cherry Vanilla Yogurt Smoothie. So what's your favorite?
Found it Hubsy Seriously love even though I love the Black Cherry Smoothie, I also just love smoothies. So I love trying new ones all the time. Another of my favorites is a Pina Colada Smoothie and even posted another recipe for this one in the past too. Thanks for asking this question, by the way!!
You might like the Malibu smoothie in my Best Smoothie Recipes hub! I've never tried passion fruit smoothies, but I love passion fruit tea, so that smoothie is definitely on my list of things to try. Thanks!
We usually use papaya and banana as the base for our smoothie. Then we add whatever else is in season: an orange, mango, passion fruit, a handful of strawberries or even spinach! Sometimes we add a dollop of natural yogurt or honey.
Recently I have been having, banana, cinnamon, ground flax seed, honey, oatmeal and nonfat milk. It keeps me satisfied until lunch, and I feel much better for drinking it. Often I have this instead of toast or cereal in the morning.
You're so healthy! I'm jealous of how good you are. Did you get that recipe from Dr. Oz? I watched a show once and he talked about putting flax seed in his smoothies. I think I might try adding flax seed and oatmeal to my smoothies for breakfast.
Menopausal women know the benefits of flax seed , Oatmeal keeps me full until lunch, the nonfat milk (self explanatory), the bananas we grow here in Brazil. I have never seen Dr. Oz but I have heard of him.
I know a lot of people on HP do not know what a WaWa is, it's a local convenience store in the New Jersey area, but they just began making smoothies and I am absolutely addicted to the chocolate covered strawberry smoothie they make! I get one at least once a week as a treat if I did good with my diet and workout program.
My favorite is one with any kind of berries. I love the deep lavender color and the occasional seeds. It seems so healthy, not overly sweet, a bit tangy and very chilled. I put protein powder in mine because I hate cooking meat in the hotter months of the year.
I like anything with fruit, especially raspberry or banana. Throw a little Greek yogurt in and wow that's a great smoothie. I don't want it sugary..just healthy and natural. No whip cream or anything like that.
I've never tasted a Smoothie. (If anyone wants to know why he can see my answer to the question about whether sushi is something for which people must acquire a taste.) Since nobody is likely to want to bother looking up my long answer about sushi, let's just say I don't like drinks that involve mucking up too many ingredients and ending up with way too many calories. Also, with the exception of hot coffee with cream in it, I only like transparent drinks. (lol)