3 nutritious & delicious smoothie recipes

Healthy Eating

Thought of breakfast making your stomach turn? Whip up a smoothie that you can sip throughout the morning. Blitz our Morning Sunshine smoothie for a fruity dose vitamins and minerals that will keep your body ticking over until lunchtime. Sprinkle in some seeds or add a tablespoon of nut butter for a tasty protein hit with no extra effort; chia seeds add a nice nutty flavour to our Super Berry Smoothie. Finally, sneak in some spinach and cucumber with a Zingy Green Juice because — let’s be honest with ourselves — sometimes veggies do get a bit neglected. Who said 5 a day is hard work?


Morning sunshine smoothie


50g Frozen chunks of mango
½ banana
½ ripe pear or apple, cored and chopped
1 tbsp sugar free almond or cashew butter
3 tbsp full fat yoghurt
Water or milk to get to desired consistency


Blend all ingredients together to the desired consistency.

Zingy Green Juice


1 tsp linseeds or almonds
Handful of fresh or frozen spinach
¼ cucumber
1 inch fresh ginger, peeled
1 apple, cored and chopped
50ml coconut water or apple juice


Start by adding the almonds or linseed into the blender to mill until fine. Add the remaining ingredients and blend together. Drink immediately.

Super Berry smoothie

Frozen berries are just as nutritious as fresh, and can be in your freezer all year round.


100g frozen berries (blueberries, strawberries or a mixture)
½ banana
2 tbsp full fat yoghurt or dairy free alternative
1 tbsp linseeds or chia seeds
30-50ml milk or coconut water


Add all ingredients to the blender, add half the milk or water first and continue adding depending on the consistency you want.


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