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Get a healthy jump-start in the morning with this low-fat breakfast smoothie recipe. Bananas thicken it up with flavor.
Add the nonfat milk powder to load this smoothie with calcium. Starting with frozen mango chunks creates a thicker icy drink.
Packed with vitamins, minerals and even protein, this bright and refreshing smoothie is the perfect way to start any day. When buying blueberries, choose those that are firm, uniform in size and indigo blue with a silvery frost; discard any berries that are moldy or shriveled.
Blueberries lend a dose of antioxidants and a colorful hue to this cool drink.
With sweet mangoes and berries, you won't even know that tofu is in this drink. Make this quick sipper for breakfast or a snack.
Cruise through a case of the munchies by sipping this fruit smoothie recipe. It's extra slushy with frozen banana chunks.
This light, frothy drink gives you all the heart-healthy benefits of pomegranate juice accented with a touch of sweet honey.
It's quick as a wink and a pretty cool drink to enjoy after school!
Make this fresh fruit drink for breakfast or a delicious snack.
Breakfast or snack, this yogurt-berry smoothie is quick, delicious, and a provides a healthy helping of vitamins and energy.
A creamy avocado makes a surprise appearance in a sweet beverage.
Spiked with ginger, this smoothie is guaranteed to perk you up after a long bike ride or make a nice starter to a summer meal on the deck. For a more aromatic variation, use a cantaloupe instead of a honeydew melon.
For the best taste and color, use a red-fleshed Hawaiian papaya for this exotic, lip-puckering taste of island summer. Papayas are loaded with papain, a digestive enzyme, so this smoothie is a good dessert to settle stomachs after a substantial meal.
For kids or anyone who deserves a fruit snack or dessert, these diabetic-friendly smoothies are versatile. When in season, substitute red or blue berries for the pitted fruits for taste and color changes sure to appeal to any age.
This shake combines fruits and dairy in a nutritious beverage. Whirl it together for breakfast, brunch or snack time.