Raspberry Lemonade Smoothie – the most delicious low-calorie dessert!
This Raspberry Lemonade Smoothie is actually on the tart side of sweet – and I love it like that. It sort of slaps you across the mouth, but in the most pleasant way.
WHAT MAKES THIS RASPBERRY LEMONADE SMOOTHIE SO HEALTHY:
Did you know the most fiber-ific natural products around are raspberries and blackberries? Nor I – until yesterday when I was perusing an article from verywell.com: 5 Foods to Eat If You’re Always Hungry. Obviously, they had my attention.
This thing is really basic, as smoothies love to be. One banana for richness. Some milk just in case (I like unsweetened almond milk). Raspberries, obviously. Some new pressed lemon juice. What’s more, ice to get it great and cold. (You could absolutely freeze the banana as well, and afterward swear off the ice).
I’m constantly keen on finding good food choices and recipes. As you can envision there’s a ton of taste testing and recipe improvement happening here. Otherwise known as parts yummy food drifting around! So I really want to areas of strength for remain feel full so I don’t stuff my face constantly!!
And a great way to feel full is by eating foods that are high in fiber.
You can see where this is going – correct? Raspberries, non-fat Greek yogurt, almond milk, new lemon juice and my go-to sugar of decision – maple syrup!✨ That’s right – just five fixings go into this delicious treat. Besides, it’s just 195 calories.
WHAT INGREDIENTS ARE IN A STRAWBERRY LEMONADE SMOOTHIE?
Strawberries: Strawberries give pleasantness and a pink appearance to this smoothie. They are stacked with cancer prevention agents, fiber, and contain L-ascorbic acid, potassium, manganese, and nutrient B9.
Banana: Bananas help to make a velvety smoothie bowl consistency. They are likewise an extraordinary wellspring of vitamin B6, potassium, and magnesium.
Lemon squeeze: This fixing is significant for that legitimate lemonade flavor. You can utilize the juice of new lemons or buy pre-made lemon juice.
Maple syrup: Maple syrup gives an unpretentious pleasantness that adjusts the tart lemon juice. Rather than maple syrup, you can utilize coconut nectar, agave, or even honey on the off chance that you’re not following a veggie lover diet.
Plant-based milk: Pretty much any plant-based milk coordinates well with this recipe, yet the most ideal choices are unsweetened coconut milk or almond milk.
A good example of an ingredient I’d want them to use? This Kemps Probiotic Milk. I was recently introduced to it, and I must say I feel so much better about my kids’ kitchen creations starting with 2% or skim probiotic milk. Not only is it a local brand, produced fresh from family-owned farms and available at Pick ‘n Save stores, but it contains probiotic cultures including both acidophilus and bifidus.
So in addition to the 9 essential nutrients, calcium, protein, and Vitamins A&D found in milk, this probiotic milk also supports healthy digestion!
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RASPBERRY LEMONADE SMOOTHIE
Add all fixings to a high velocity blender and join on high until smooth.
The raspberries are tart and the lemon is sharp. Assuming you feel it's required, add more syrup to slice through the tartness.
- Divide into bowls and top with fresh fruit, granola and chia seeds, if desired. Enjoy!
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 195
- % Daily Value *
- Total Fat 2g4%
- Saturated Fat 3g15%
- Cholesterol 5mg2%
- Sodium 125mg6%
- Potassium 679mg20%
- Protein 10g20%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
- aim to use plant-based yogurt that is rich with caclcuim.
- Use frozen fruit
- Adjust the amount of plant-based milk as needed:How much fluid you use will change the consistency of your smoothie bowl. For a thick and rich smoothie bowl, utilize less plant-based milk. For a more slender smoothie, utilize more plant-based milk.