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Our 3 Top Smoothies - Easy Health Boosts

Our 3 Top Smoothies - Easy Health Boosts

Posted by Marie-Eve Maitland on 19th Apr 2023

Food is important, we all know that but we do get busy and being able to nourish ourselves whilst on the go is what a lot of people rely on now and again. Unfortunately, most shop bought smoothies are quite expensive, full of sugar and lack what our bodies craves the most such as antioxidants rich veg, protein and healthy fats.
As ever, we are here to lend a hand. These smoothies are healthy, made with easy to access ingredients, quick and will often keep you full for a few hours.
As with most smoothies and shakes recipes, they can be adapted to your liking too. If you do not have chia seeds, replace them with any other seeds, switch your mylk, add more protein and you can top them with nuts, seeds, coconut flakes. even cereal!
Here goes and let us know what you think.

Coco Morning Fuel

This shake is very good and contains enough protein to keep you full all morning (thanks to the addtion of chia seed and protein powder).


2 tablespoons cacao powder
½ avocado
1 small banana peeled
1 tablespoon chia seeds
1 scoop whey or vegan protein powder (vanilla flavoured if you can)
1 ½ cup unsweetened almond milk (or organic dairy)
Pinch Himalayan salt
1 tablespoon cacao nibs (optional)

Direction: Whizz all the ingredients (minus the nibs) in a powerful blender. Add more water to your desired consistency. Sprinkle cacao nibs on top.

Kale & Pineapple Twist

A delicious and classic green smoothie. You can replace the kale by spinach but the nut butter is a must!
2 cups kale
1 cup of unsweetened coconut milk
2 tablespoons Greek yogurt (or thick coconut yogurt)
1-2 tablespoons almond butter
½ banana
½ cup pineapple
Blueberries and chia seeds
Direction : Whizz all the ingredients (minus the bluberries and chia seeds) in a powerful blender. Add more water to your desired consistency. Top with bluebberie sand chia seeds!

Mango Turmeric Smoothie

Turmeric has got such good press (and no wonder, it’s such a powerful ingredients with numerous benefits). I love finding recipes that use this amazing superfood in its raw state.
1/2 mango, peeled and cut in large chunks
1 carrot, cut in 1cm pieces
1 teaspoon of turmeric powder (or 1 tablespoon of freshed grated turmeric root)
Pinch black pepper
1 cup unsweetened almond or coconut milk
1/3 cup soaked cashews (soaked overnight)

Direction: Whizz all the ingredients in a powerful blender until smooth. Add more water to your desired consistency.