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How to…Make the best smoothie!


Well Hello there,

I’ve been thinking about my blog a lot recently and realised I want to offer a little bit more, admittedly this year has been seriously hectic and It’s been hard for me to update as much as I’d like.

My intention is to start a ‘How to..’ series of posts; over my year’s I’ve actually picked up some interesting facts in lifestyle, sport, food and business. Whilst I may not be a ‘keen learner‘ in the traditional sense; my intention is to share some of the thing’s I’ve actually managed to remember during the last 3 year’s.

Somehow; I manage business, working out 6 day’s a week, social media, mothering a very needy Bengal cat, prepping what feels like a billion meals a week and prancing around with friends. I only have a complete breakdown once every six weeks, it’s cool…I always keep chocolate in the house. Also, I think you should know that I can’t go to work until, I’ve checked that I’ve locked the door and turned my straighteners off 16 times.

Let’s talk about Green Smoothies..

I do love a smoothie, however I’m going to be honest and say that traditional ‘Green Smoothies‘ leave me cold. I like something a little different and I’m sucker for sweet/savoury, sometimes it just works like a dream.

This smoothie can thank spinach for it’s bright green colour and spinach should be on your smoothie list as its packed with: vitamins A, C, E and K, thiamin, vitamin B6, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, copper, and manganese.

*Phew* That’s quite a a lot…

Then we’ll sweeten with pineapple (great for digestion and vitamin C) and it’s good to stand tall and wear a crown (just like pineapple) and we’ll season with punchy fresh basil.

Throw everything into your blender, add tonnes of ice and a little water, blast up and serve.

Sometimes the best things in life are simple and fuss free, tell me what goes in to your favourite green smoothie?





  1. July 4, 2016 / 5:42 pm

    I do like a smoothie, but normally in a bowl with a little muesli sprinkled on top.I like frozen banana, frozen cherries, a little almond milk and maybe some peanut butter.

    • July 8, 2016 / 9:42 am

      I wish I liked banana as it appears to make things really thick and creamy..But frozen cherries are heavenly! x

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