Summer-fresh berries tend to be sweeter than frozen ones so make the most of the in-season summer fruits. If you make this one in winter it with frozen berries you’ll find it is tart and tangy. If it draws your cheeks in tooooo much, lol, then add a little maple syrup or honey to help you cope.
The recipe is from Kelly at ThePrettyBee and you’ll find the details at the end of the post. Kelly says …
I really try to make a healthy smoothie for breakfast most days. This one is full of antioxidants and vitamin C from all the berries and fresh kiwi. Did you know that one kiwi has over 100% of the recommended daily value of vitamin C? And it has a rare form of vitamin E that’s fat-free.
… [for] more antioxidants and iron, you could even throw some fresh kale or spinach in here. It shouldn’t change the flavor, but it will change the color – it won’t be such a vibrant shade of deep pink.
You can also add chia seeds, flax seed meal, or hemp seed hearts if you are interested in adding some protein and healthy fats to this smoothie.
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