This delicious smoothie is quick and easy thanks to a little advance prep. The recipe comes from Kelly at EatYourselfSkinny and the details are over on the next page.
When I first tried coconut water in a smoothie I was pleasantly surprised how much it contributed to the flavor. I didn’t expect to notice it. And as well as tasting good it provides a healthy dose of minerals.
Kelly suggests preparing ‘smoothie packs’ to freeze so you can make a fast exit in the morning. Simply place the ingredients, minus the liquids, into freezer bags and freeze. Then you can grab what you need on the run in the morning before heading out to work. (Just drop the contents of your bag, plus the liquid, into your blender and hit the button, then take it with you.)
Here’s another of Kelly’s tips …
Another little secret that I like to do is also freeze the yogurt ahead of time which is another great time saver. I just distribute the yogurt into regular ice cube trays, freeze them and then add the cubes to each smoothie pack. They blend perfectly with the rest of the ingredients …
Why not freeze some coconut water in ice cube trays, too.
Please turn to the Next Page (click button below) for the Peach Ginger Coconut Smoothie for Just 190 Calories recipe …
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