Pink smoothies ideas – Hi guys, do you want to create a pink smoothie here my favourite collection of pink smoothies ideas for you.
- 1. Berry smoothie Recipe
- 2. Strawberry Rhubarb Smoothie
- 3. Fruit & Yogurt Smoothie
- 4. Peanut Butter Berry Smoothie
- 5.Pretty in Pink Smoothies For Mom
- 6. Pomegranate Love Smoothie
- 7. Pink Delicious Guava Strawberry Smoothie Recipe
- 8. Dragon Fruit Smoothie with Guava
- 9. Vegan Glow and Pink Power Detox Smoothie Recipe
- 10. Blackberry Smoothies Recipe
- 11. Berry Nutritious Smoothies Recipe
- 12. Just Peachy Smoothies Recipe
- 13. AB&J Smoothie Recipe
- 14. Strawberry pb&j Protein Smoothie Recipe
- 15. Triple ginger and beet smoothie
- 16. Pink Summer Smoothie
- 17. Mixed Berry Banana Chia Seed Smoothies
- 18. Skinny Strawberry-Banana Breakfast Smoothie Recipe
- 19. Beet and Spinach Power Smoothie
- 20. Pink Pineapple Protein Smoothie
- 21. First Day of School Smoothies
- 22. Cherry breakfast smoothies
- 23. Banana Berry Smoothie Recipe
- 24. Cranberry Apple Avocado Green Smoothie Recipe
- 25. Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie
- 26. Tasty Tuesday Pink Dragon Fruit Smoothie
- 27. Mixed berry Smoothie Recipe
- 28. Avocado citrus berry beet smoothies
- 29. Orange Pineapple Berry Smoothie Recipe
- 30. Raspberry Peach Smoothie Shake
1. Berry smoothie Recipe
You can use almost any frozen or canned fruit. Note: blueberries tend to make smoothies into a jelly-like substance. Still yum, but use a spoon to eat it!
2. Strawberry Rhubarb Smoothie
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3. Fruit & Yogurt Smoothie
This easy smoothie recipe calls for just three ingredients and will work with just about any fruit or juice you have on hand. Mix up your combinations from day to day for a healthy snack you’ll never get bored with.
4. Peanut Butter Berry Smoothie
Not the cheeriest intro, sorry for that – I’ll spare you for the details. But I lack appetite a lot, but I’m still trying to get enough calories to give my body the fuel it needs to recover. I find it easier to eat food in liquid form = lots of yummy smoothies! Can’t complain about that part.
5.Pretty in Pink Smoothies For Mom
I love any food that allows kids to add their own personality, and smoothies are the perfect base for letting them get creative. This is my son Charlie’s favorite (I think it’s because it’s pink!). The yogurt gives it a dose of calcium. Be sure to use frozen fruit — it eliminates the need for ice.
6. Pomegranate Love Smoothie
When I visited Greece last year I discovered that the pomegranate is a symbol of love and fertility. This goes all the way back to ancient Greece times. So I figured, the best way to show some love is with a Pomegranate Love Smoothie.
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7. Pink Delicious Guava Strawberry Smoothie Recipe
To make a pink smoothie you can use strawberries, raspberries, cherries, pink papaya or water melon – fresh or frozen. My fruit of choice today is a nicely ripe pink guava. Guava is very rich in vitamin C, potassium, manganese, copper, and fiber. The pink flesh also contains lycopene.
8. Dragon Fruit Smoothie with Guava
Dragon fruit, also know as Pitaya is as intimidating as a unicorn in steel armor – so cute and unusual, but why the spiky protrusions? And as with most things in nature, something that’s so vibrant on the outside will usually be pungent or piquant on the inside.
Except for dragon fruit. At first glance, it seemed a perfect fruit for a quirky smoothie, with traditional fruits to round out what had to be crazy, loopy flavor. And a dragon fruit smoothie with guava and strawberries sounded pretty divine.
9. Vegan Glow and Pink Power Detox Smoothie Recipe
After years of drooling from the sidelines, this marks my first year participating in Vegan Mofo which challenges participating bloggers to write about vegan food for the entire month.
10. Blackberry Smoothies Recipe
What kid wouldn’t want an after school treat that reminds them of a thick, icy-cold milkshake? Using almond milk means it won’t curdle or separate like milk or yogurt, so you can prepare this the night before, store it in the fridge, and simply shake and pour when the kids get home from school.
11. Berry Nutritious Smoothies Recipe
This recipe came from experimenting with a different combination of fruit, yogurt and juice. I generally use whatever fresh or frozen fruit I have on hand, but I always include a frozen banana. We often substitute grape or pineapple juice for the orange juice.
12. Just Peachy Smoothies Recipe
For kids—or anyone who deserves a fruit snack or dessert—these light smoothies are endlessly versatile and appealing. When in season, substitute berries for the stone fruits to change up the taste and look; try different yogurt flavors as well.
13. AB&J Smoothie Recipe
So. You make an almond butter & jelly sandwich and blend it up.. Wait. No. That’s not write. That’s not right either.
A month or so ago I bought a bag of frozen cherries and then I promptly forgot about them. But I rediscovered them. And here we are.
14. Strawberry pb&j Protein Smoothie Recipe
A creamy, delicious smoothie recipe for an easy, healthy breakfast for any busy weekday morning! these peanut butter & jelly strawberry smoothies are loaded with strawberries, peanut butter, & oats to keep you full until lunchtime.
Make smoothie packs in advance for an easy on-the-go breakfast, & feel free to use non-dairy milk & a plant-based gluten-free protein powder to make this smoothie vegan-friendly & gluten-free!
15. Triple ginger and beet smoothie
I love, love, love ginger. If I could have it intravenously I would, no joke!! It is quite surprising that I don’t have more ginger recipes in the blog or that I don’t have a category just for ginger…maybe I will some day.
16. Pink Summer Smoothie
The Pink Smoothie is a perfect refreshing drink for summer. It is not only refreshing, but also healthy! And look at this intense color!
I created two pink smoothies for you. A pink smoothie with beet and one without beet, for the ones who hate it. I’m also not a fan of it, so I was very sceptical. Nevertheless, I wanted to give this turnips a chance.
17. Mixed Berry Banana Chia Seed Smoothies
Mixed Berry Banana Chia Seed Smoothies – one of these bright and creamy smoothies along with a ZonePerfect® Nutrition Bar, is perfect for a healthy, delicious and energizing snack.
18. Skinny Strawberry-Banana Breakfast Smoothie Recipe
Breakfast or lunch, Strawberry-Banana smoothie is my favorite when I am not planning to cook much and want to stay on track after a comforting and not-so-low-calorie dinner. This smoothie fills me up yet has no dairy or substantial amount of carbs.
19. Beet and Spinach Power Smoothie
Beets have always been a favorite thing to eat for me. Growing up there would always be a jar of pickled beets in the pantry, my dad put them on everything and I even made beet sandwiches. They tasted great but watching the white bread turn a magical pink color was also really fun!
20. Pink Pineapple Protein Smoothie
Anyone else feeling the need for a post-holiday reboot? Party food and cookies notwithstanding, the bigger assault to my system just so happened to come by way of a nasty virus that hit me just days before Christmas.
21. First Day of School Smoothies
This was actually a post I wrote for Babycenter two years ago on our first day of school. It’s too funny not to share. I wonder how today’s picture will compare? It’s about 6am here and I’m enjoying the quiet before the chaos of this year begins. To another year…they’re starting to go so quickly.
22. Cherry breakfast smoothies
This get-up-and-go smoothie blends cherries, vanilla and orange juice for a great morning start.
23. Banana Berry Smoothie Recipe
A little ginger and tart pineapple juice add a kick to this sweet but healthy blend of banana and berries.
24. Cranberry Apple Avocado Green Smoothie Recipe
This Cranberry Apple Avocado Green Smoothie is a combination of the tartness of the cranberries on one side, and the smooth crispness of the avocado apple on the other. Served in a shot glass for a quick fix, for those days when you don´t have much time, but your body still needs healthy nourishment.
25. Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothie
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26. Tasty Tuesday Pink Dragon Fruit Smoothie
Have you ever had pink dragon fruit, or “pitaya”, before? It’s an exotic fruit that’s spiky on the outside with black dots on the inside and it’s all the rage right now. Dragon fruit originated in Mexico, but you can find it all over the world normally at Asian supermarkets.
They sell it at the street markets here in Hong Kong, so I always buy some, cut it up, and then freeze it to use in smoothies. Hence the inspiration for this easy, 3-ingredient pink dragon fruit smoothie!
27. Mixed berry Smoothie Recipe
Refresh this summer with this 3-ingredients mixed berry Smoothie. If you love clean food recipes for breakfast this is for you!
28. Avocado citrus berry beet smoothies
Say hi to beets with these super healthy, detoxyfying and nutritional avocado citrus berry beet smoothies!
29. Orange Pineapple Berry Smoothie Recipe
Looking for easy ways to incorporate more fruit into your diet or to get your day started off on the right foot? Try this super healthy Orange Pineapple Berry Smoothie!
30. Raspberry Peach Smoothie Shake
I used Fairlife milk in this Raspberry Peach Smoothie Shake, and I have to say I’m hooked! I’d never tried Fairlife milk before, but recently noticed it among the other milks at my grocery store. Fairlife is part of the REAL® Seal family of products that offers consumers essential nutrients that both children and adults need for everyday life.