Recipe | Fiber-packed green smoothie

January is always a hard month for me. My body is tired of winter and my energy is pretty low. When I visited my sister over the holiday season, she recommended her famous smoothie, packed with vitamins, fibers and minerals, and I thought I’d give it a try. I’ve been doing it for a week, and my energy level is slowly picking up [but I still caught a cold, heh…]

Here is my sister’s green smoothie recipe :

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I use my NutriBullet to make this smoothie – I like the fact that it’s so easy to clean after use, and still affordable compared to other juicers.

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My sister recommended to drink no more than a glass a day [16 oz], because you don’t want to overdo it with fibers…

Do you have any favorite vitamins and minerals-packed smoothie recipes to share with me? I’d love to try other smoothie recipes! Xo, Si-

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9 thoughts on “Recipe | Fiber-packed green smoothie

  1. Je te recommande le livre Oh she glows de la blogeuse canadienne Angela Lindon. Ces recettes vegan sont toutes delicieuses et surtout sans 10000 ingredients!

    1. Je ne connaissais pas, je vais vite me trouver un exemplaire, merci du tuyau Virginie!

  2. I use a handfull of green cale, a handfull baby spinach, celery, ginger, a small can of pineapple with juice, a squize of lime and crushed linseed, chia or oats and ad water if it gets too thick. Yummi!

    1. Oh, I’ll definitely try these tweaks to the recipe, thank you so much for sharing!

  3. Thanks a lot for this recipe, we will try it right tomorrow =)
    Such green smoothies are the best kickers at the start of the day =)

    I wish you nice weekend,
    Michael
    MesHommes.com

  4. Soumd great, will give it a try. Makes a change from my usual morning green smoothie.

  5. I put flax seeds in because it keeps the smoothie smooth instead of frothy. I’m told all the nutrition is in the banana peel, but I haven’t used them.

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