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by Sarah Steimer

New Beginnings New Year Smoothie

Time to start the new year with something healthy! This bad boy was like drinking a whole breakfast, and is probably healthier than most handfuls of cereal we shove in our food holes. I mean, what?

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by Caitlin Saniga

Peach-tomato-basil smoothie

I’ve tried the tomato-peach (well, nectarine) combination before in pizza form and loved it, so I decided to give it another spin for our smoothie guide. I didn’t realize until now how scarily similar the ingredient lists for the pizza and smoothie are. Main differences: The pizza has crust and cheese, and the smoothie has Greek yogurt. Keep ’em separate, folks.

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by Sarah Steimer

So obviously the mulberries was a pretty random choice, and I don't expect anyone to necessarily have them, so just use blackberries. Of course if you do have them — great! They're a wonderful source of the antioxidant resveratrol, which may have positive effects on aging and longevity.

So obviously the mulberries was a pretty random choice, and I don’t expect anyone to necessarily have them, so just use blackberries. Of course if you do have them — great! They’re a wonderful source of the antioxidant resveratrol, which may have positive effects on aging and longevity.


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by Caitlin Saniga

Orange smoothie

Smoothies don’t require yogurt. I’m all about switching things up every now and then, and my friend Ellen’s suggestion to throw in a scoop of sherbet was right on the money.

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by Sarah Steimer

    I love spinach in smoothies, LOVE it. My "wild card" ingredient for this smoothie was the matcha powder. You can always brew a small, strong amount of tea to add to a smoothie for an added boost, but matcha powder can be added straight, no steeping.

I love spinach in smoothies, LOVE it. My “wild card” ingredient for this smoothie was the matcha powder. You can always brew a small, strong amount of tea to add to a smoothie for an added boost, but matcha powder can be added straight, no steeping.

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by Caitlin Saniga

Pink smoothie: Black cherry + strawberry + watermelon + mint

Without a doubt, you should refrigerate all of your fruit before you add it to the blender, but for an extra-frosty smoothie, store the strawberries and cherries in the freezer for 45 minutes ahead of time.


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by Sarah Steimer

This turned out to be more of an off-white smoothie than a pure yellow smoothie, but all of my ingredients were yellow (save for the yogurt)! The polenta was my wild card in this smoothie. I had tried oatmeal in a previous smoothie and it was just a bit chunkier than I wanted. I noticed my yellow log of polenta and thought, "Bingo."

This turned out to be more of an off-white smoothie than a pure yellow smoothie, but all of my ingredients were yellow (save for the yogurt)! The polenta was my wild card in this smoothie. I had tried oatmeal in a previous smoothie and it was just a bit chunkier than I wanted. I noticed my yellow log of polenta and thought, “Bingo.”

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