Jan 25, 2012

Smoothie Recipe // Post-Workout

For years now I have been making this awesome fruit smoothie that I usually drink after my workouts. I decided to share the recipe with you guys because I have already shared it with some friends, and they love it, it has quickly become a part of their daily routine. I like this recipe best because it's the perfect amount of sweet & healthy. The peanut butter is perfect for the protein you need after a workout. I usually don't sit and eat fruit, so this is my way of getting the fruit intake I need to maintain a healthy lifestyle. 


What you need: 
A banana, 1 tsp of yogurt(I prefer Greek because it's nonfat), blender or magic bullet,
1 tsp of peanut butter, unsweetened almond milk, flax seed, frozen berries(handful of each)



The concoction should end up looking something like this!

 Mix everything together into your blender or magic bullet until everything is mixed evenly.
 Last but not least- ENJOY!

24 comments:

  1. ha, i love that you have those mixers from the infomercials, but honestly, that smoothie looks delicious!
    xo TJ

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  2. ooh...never thought of using greek yogurt in a smoothie before... good call.

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  3. I really love post-workout smoothies. So satisfying.

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  4. I've been working out so much lately so thank you so much for sharing this!

    Also thank you for the sweet comment on my blog it means so much to me :)

    XoXo
    Plami

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  5. I love smoothies! Thanks for posting! I can finally make my own smoothies now :)

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  6. you guys use peanut butter for everything. yet, it sounds delicious! :)

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  7. I want to try this! What are the benefits of everything? Peanut butter for protein...

    Mary from ♥ meowwzie.blogspot.com ♥

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    1. fruits carry special nutrients and natural sugars that are good for you, almond milk has a lot of calcium, and flax is good for the digestive system :)

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    2. Now, I really want to try it! <333

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  8. I love smoothies! I've always wanted to put flax in mine but am yet to try it!

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  9. yum! I've cut back on the smoothies since winter cause I end up freezing to death.

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  10. love me some smoothies!!!!!! But they have to be mega cold!!!
    this reminds me i have to sign up for gym!
    xo
    B

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  11. Thank you for your comment, that seems delicious :)

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  12. You made it seem so easy I will definitely be trying this, although I don't work out so maybe it will just be a mid morning snack.

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  13. LOVE IT

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  14. I made this today and it was so yummy!
    Love the new layout!!
    -K

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  15. WOW! It looks so yummy :)
    I don´t workout... but maybe i can eat this at mid morning ;)
    Congrats for your blog, I was reading some of the posts and you are not just beautiful, you also have a great sense of style :)
    Kisses!

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  16. oh giiirrlll, I'm loving the new layout! It's soooo pretty :)

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  17. Oh my, I am going to have to try this !!

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  18. Thanks for your blog comment gf. It's funny cause today after checking out some food blogs I was thinking I wanted to start drinking more smoothies! This sounds/looks like a great post workout smoothie! I will definitely be trying this.
    <3Delaney
    xx

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  19. Looks tasty definitely going to try this out next time I work out!

    xo Amber P.

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