Strawberry-Kiwi Mojito Smoothie. This two-toned fruity drink is perfect for summertime – make it with alcohol for an adult treat, or leave out the booze for a fun, multicolored smoothie you can share with anyone.
The layers of strawberry and kiwi add a pretty visual effect, with colors that are perfect for the warmer weather and blending the mint right in with the fruit gives it a fun and slightly different flavor. As for adding the alcohol to it – alcohol is very much a grey area, and many people find that they just don’t do well with it. For some it’s a gut irritant; for others it just makes them feel lousy. If you’re in the no-alcohol camp, just leave the rum out of it; the smoothie will still be tasty. But alcohol is also an important part of human social occasions, and eating Paleo shouldn’t cut you off from your friends and family. PREP: 15 min. Ingredients 1 ½ cup frozen strawberries, roughly chopped1 ½ cup frozen kiwi, roughly chopped8 fresh mint leaves2 oz. rum or vodka (optional)2 cups crushed ice Preparation. Peach And Raspberry Lemonade. If it just isn’t summertime without a big pitcher of lemonade on the table, try this Paleo version for a sweet, fruity drink that doesn’t come out of a neon packet mix.
You don’t need to fruit flavors out of a little plastic tube of powder when you could get them from the actual fruit! This is a great option for people trying to get away from drinking soda all the time – cutting out the sugar water should be close to #1 on the list of ways to improve your diet, and sometimes, having a healthier flavored option makes the transition easier. You can add honey to this recipe to taste, or leave it out if you like it less sweet (yet another advantage of homemade over powder mixes: you can make it taste exactly how you want it). If you don’t want to wait for your lemonade when you get thirsty, just make a big batch and store it in the fridge – it’ll keep until you’re ready for a glass.
PREP: 15 min. COOK: 5 min. Ingredients. Chocolate Avocado Strawberry Smoothie. Here’s a creamy chocolate treat to cool off on a hot afternoon with or just enjoy after dinner as a healthy end to the day.
There’s an avocado in it, but it doesn’t taste like avocado at all; that’s really there for the texture. The taste is all from the strawberries and chocolate, with a little extra honey for sweetness if you like it that way. When you’re choosing your chocolate, remember to go for the highest-quality kind you can (here’s a guide to choosing good chocolate). Go for at least 85% dark chocolate; the darker the better. Frozen Chocolate Smoothie. Chocolate can be a perfectly healthy food; it’s all the other stuff we typically eat along with the chocolate that makes it so questionable.
Fortunately, it’s perfectly possible to tone down the bitterness of raw cacao and make it delicious without adding a huge pile of junk. In this smoothie, you can re-create an almost Nutella-like taste with just three ingredients: cocoa powder, dates, and hazelnuts. Just to be clear, the sugar in dates is still sugar like any other sugar, and there’s nothing magical about “natural” sweeteners that makes them healthier, but three dates is still not a huge amount of sugar in total, especially not if you’re making the smoothie as a treat instead of an everyday staple.
You don’t have to soak the nuts overnight but there are two big benefits that you might find worth the wait: The texture of your finished product will be smoother and silkier.The nuts will be easier to digest and less likely to upset your stomach. PREP: 10 min. Ingredients Preparation. Frozen Coconut Strawberry Drink. Try a different twist on strawberries, chocolate, and whipped cream with this Paleo-friendly drink.
Blended frozen fruit with coconut water makes a naturally sweet base, and some coconut-milk whipped cream and chocolate sprinkles on top on top take it beyond an everyday smoothie into the realm of truly indulgent desserts. If you’ve never made coconut-milk whipped cream before, it’s not hard, but the process is a little counterintuitive. Take an unopened can of full-fat coconut milk (do not use the “lite” kind; it won’t work) and stick it in the fridge, preferably overnight. Coconut Milk Hot Chocolate. Dark chocolate is the king of Paleo indulgences and when combined with the richness of coconut milk you’re in for something really decadent.
This hot chocolate is easy to prepare in a few minutes and will keep you warm during the cold winter months. Full of good fat from the coconut and antioxidants from the high-quality dark chocolate, you won’t have to fill guilty about a hot chocolate treat for once! The best part is how easily this recipe can be adapted for different flavor profiles. Add more chocolate if you like it extra chocolaty, or ¼ tsp of peppermint extract for a peppermint hot chocolate, ½ tsp pumpkin spice for a pumpkin spice hot chocolate, and similarly for cinnamon.
Spinach-Blueberry Frozen Smoothie. Smoothies don’t make for a complete breakfast on their own, but they can be really nice as a treat every now and again.
The almond butter in this one gives it a very rich texture, and the spinach does the trick that spinach always does in smoothies: adds a lot of nutrition without actually affecting the flavor much. The obvious way to get a frozen banana is to just buy an ordinary banana and freeze it, but remember to take the peel off before you stick it in the freezer, or you’ll end up having to scrape off a frozen banana peel. If your blender isn’t very powerful, sometimes it also helps to chop the banana into pieces before freezing, so it blends more easily. Banana Mango Smoothie. January got you down?
How about a trip to the tropics? Maybe not literally, but at least your mouth can take a vacation with this cheerful, fruity smoothie. Mango, banana, and orange juice combine for a midwinter treat without any extra sweeteners, and you can use your choice of coconut milk for extra tropical flavor or almond milk if you’re not huge on the coconut taste. Of course, all the usual smoothie caveats apply here. Morning Paleo Smoothie. In my Paleo Breakfast Ideas article, one of my recommendations was a smoothie made out of a base of either crushed ice or coconut milk.
I know for a lot of people smoothies are a no-brainer, but I’m sure that having a more specific recipe will help a lot of people make the best concoctions and also give some new ideas to try out. I call the smoothie I make the power smoothie simply because it’s packed with good fats, proteins, antioxidants and flavor and is also very satisfying and will keep you going for hours. I won’t give you a recipe that’s too specific here because the possibilities are too plentiful to limit ourselves, but I’ll tell you general things I like to put in it. Start with a base of coconut milk, I usually use a whole can.Add plenty of any fruit you’d like. I like to use frozen berries. Blueberry Cucumber Smoothie. The following is a very quick and simple Paleo recipe for a delicious blueberry cucumber smoothie.
It might seem like an odd combination, but it’s truly delicious. Even though cucumbers are technically and botanically a fruit, they are one of the rare ones to be more on the savory side of the spectrum so they are often considered and prepared as a vegetable. A lot of people do not like to mix fruits and vegetables, because of the conflicting sweet and savory tastes, but cucumber is quite neutral in taste and it reduces a little bit the sweetness of the blueberries.
Strawberry Rhubarb Lemonade. It seems as though the seasons have been a little confused lately (at least where I’m from). We may just be skipping out on Spring this year and jumping right into Summer. I guess I shouldn’t really complain, as I could totally live without the rain. But then to think of what these odd temperatures will do to my garden. Frozen Coconut Limeade. Throwing a party over the long weekend? Or just need a little something to jazz up your cookout? Here’s a perfect Paleo-friendly refreshment: tropical flavor and plenty of ice, with as much honey as you like to get your favorite level of sweetness. Coconut Strawberry Lemonade. What summer afternoon would be complete without a cold glass of lemonade? There’s a classic lemonade recipe here, but if you’re looking for something a little more distinctive, why not jazz it up with some coconut and fruit? As well as being a delicious treat, this is also the ideal post-workout recovery drink for the hot summer months.
Valentine’s Day Smoothie. Did you know that the pomegranate has been a symbol of love and fertility as far back as ancient Greece? If you’re looking for an appropriate Valentine’s Day treat, you couldn’t get much more appropriate – and pomegranates aren’t the only fruit with a story to tell. Other berry meanings include raspberries (kindness) and strawberries (modesty, perfection, and “sweetness in life and character”). Raspberry-Grapefruit Smoothie. Another day another smoothie. I’m sorry guys, but I can’t help myself. I’m in the mood for smoothies so that’s what you’re getting. I’ve made this raspberry-grapefruit smoothie several times and it’s delicious. Fresh, healthy, and well, grapefruit-y. Healthy Chocolate Banana Shake. I am a big fan of fruit and chocolate together. Paleo Tropical Sunrise Orange, Mango, Banana, Strawberry Smoothie Recipe - American Expeditioners. Apparently there are people who stop eating when they are full.
Avocado Banana Smoothie Recipe. This creamy avocado banana smoothie is "the perfect natural pick-me-up," says Rich Goldstein, owner of the Natural Epicurean Academy of Culinary Arts. It's also a delicious way to protect your heart: the monosaturated fatty acids (MUFAs) in avocados and potassium in bananas all offer cardiovascular support, while cinnamon can help lower LDL cholesterol levels. Even better if you're watching your waistline: MUFAs have been shown to target belly fat, so sipping on this frosty low-calorie smoothie when the temperatures rise is a good idea. Enjoy this creamy, dairy-free smoothie in the morning for breakfast or as part of a cooling lunch.
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