A light, quick, refreshing cherry smoothie. This is a great snack smoothie as it is so low in calories – only 56 cals per serving – so won’t crash a healthy eating plan, plus it hides some greens which are always good for us!
I love that smoothies are so flexible. If I want a quick light snack or a full meal replacement smoothie I can find one, or adjust one, quickly and easily.
Talking of adjusting a smoothie to make it a tasty, filling, meal replacement, it is very easy to do. How? Adding a few oats and almonds or coconut would do the trick nicely.
The recipe is from Tania at Cooktoria and you’ll find the details at the end. (We have also included links to other tasty smoothies.) Tania says …
The ingredients are simple and they create a wonderful texture and taste. All you need is some frozen cherries, spinach, banana and some milk.
If you don’t have frozen cherries, substitute them with strawberries; it will work just as well. Feel free to add a touch of honey if you like things on the sweet side.
See what I mean about smoothies being flexible, lol!
Please turn to the Next Page (click button below) for the Cherry Coconut Green Smoothie recipe …
Add peppermint leaves for natural sweetness
That’s sounds tasty got to try it. Looks good to.
Peppermint is the bomb!
It looks delicious,nutritious and healthy!!!
Looks a amazing
I drink a complete juice plus smoothie daily!! # Healthy eating!!!
Forget the green though. Lol
Francisco Jay Manzano Gary Murphy
Hi Scherry Jean Bertrand, you might be surprised… you get the green goodness, but without the taste!
Drink the kale smoothies everyday with herbs, spices and supplements for body aches as well as weight loss. Smoothies have been my food of choice for 15 years. GREAT STUFF!
Looks yummy love smoothies!
What is the best juicer to buy?
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Hi Paula Digon, good question – we’ve not published anything on juicers specifically. However, you may find this article comparing several blenders helpful: https://drinkmehealthy.com/video-blender-review-which-blender-copes-best-with-seeds-and-tough-greens/