$100 Question: What’s Your Favorite Smoothie Recipe?

Loaded with fresh fruits and vegetables, and often bolstered with nut butters, supplement powders and healthy oils, smoothies invite creativity and offer tremendous nutritional value. We want to hear about your favorite homemade smoothie recipes (creating your own at the Native Sun Juice Bar counts too)! Whether it’s a post-workout rejuvenation blend, a breakfast staple, or a special treat, we’d love to hear about it!

Describe your favorite homemade smoothie combination & you’ll be entered to win a $100 Native Sun Gift Card! To be eligible to win, you must first subscribe to the Native Sun blog by clicking here, then leave your answer to this month’s question in the comment section on our blog page. ONE winner will be picked at random on September 30th. Good luck!

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26 responses to “$100 Question: What’s Your Favorite Smoothie Recipe?

  1. Spinach, blueberry, banana, honey

  2. Blueberry! [Organic kefir and coconut milk, blueberries, coconut oil, flaxseen oil, honey and protien powder]

  3. I mix cherry peach and strawberry shortcake yogurt with fresh peaches and plums. I add in sherbert ice cream and a tbs vanilla mix and the chill

  4. wheatgrass

  5. Cookie Dough Smoothie
    really tastes like cookie dough! Delicious!

    1/2 cup rolled oats
    1 cup non dairy milk (I use original almond or coconut)
    1 T chia seeds
    1 T nutritional yeast
    1 T creamy natural peanut butter
    2 T chocolate chips (I use Green and Black 70% dark chocolate, chopped)
    1 squirt of light agave (to taste)
    1 tsp vanilla
    pinch of salt
    pinch of cinnamon
    ice if necessary

    Mix all but chocolate in a blender. Reduce blender speed to low and mix in chocolate chips so they remain chips.

  6. Every morning my husband and I make a smoothie that looks something like this (in no specific amounts):
    water
    banana
    peach
    frozen blueberries
    carrots
    celery
    kale
    oats
    coconut
    almonds
    walnuts
    flax seeds
    spirulina

  7. I really like blueberry strawberry and spinach are my fav smoothie

  8. “fried ice cream smoothie”
    ~1/2 C coconut milk or coconut ice cream
    dash cinnamon
    dash cayenne
    dollop raw almond butter
    drizzle honey
    sprinkle toasted wheat germ
    …. like i’m back at chi-chi’s as a kid….. mmmmm treat smoothie

  9. Pineapple,strawberry and banana with soy milk, mmm, mmm!

  10. thewoodringfamily

    I’m a simple person… I mix it up a little from time to time, but my basic smoothie is:
    organic plain non-fat yogurt,
    “milk” (organic cow’s milk, oat, almond, soy, rice.. whatever I have on hand to thin it out),
    frozen fruits- strawberries and blueberries are long-standing favorites, sometimes mango or peach or blackberries
    a VERY healthy squirt of flax seed oil

    Super simple, easy, lightly sweet and refreshingly tart.

  11. Linda Benjamin

    GREEN GENIE
    1 cup plain organic yogurt
    1 pear, diced
    1 kiwi
    1 cup apple juice
    1cup crushed ice
    big, fat drizzle of honey
    Whirl in blender until yummy smooth,
    Serve with a slice of kiwi garnish.
    ENJOY

  12. Ginger Banana Smoothie

    1/2 c Plain Greek Yogurt
    1-2 Frozen Bananas
    Fresh Ginger or Ginger Juice
    Agave Nectar (to taste)

    It’s a sweet and spicy treat morning, noon or night. Vary the amount of ginger to your taste.

  13. I combine a banana, blueberries, yogurt or creamy soy, honey, and ice, mix it all up in the blender. Yummy.

    Portion sizes don’t matter for each ingredient, just whatever my kids happen to throw in.

  14. Heal a Broken Heart Smoothie: 1/2 cup packed baby spinach, 1/4 beet, 1/4 carrot, 1/2 cup wild blueberries, 1/4 tsp pink sea salt, 1 cup organic st johns wort tea, 1 tbls soaked chia seeds, 5 chlorella tabs, 2 med. dates, 1/4 tsp maca powder

  15. I freeze ripe fruit to make smoothies and one of my favorites is what I call The Beach Peach Smoothie: peach, pineapple, banana and coconut milk. Delish!

  16. almond yogurt, strawberries, banana, blueberries & then sprinkle w/almonds, walnuts, & oatmeal

  17. subscriber
    Mine is very simple – strawberries and orange juice with a little bit of sugar

  18. vanilla froyo, pineapple, coconut, coconut milk and mango…yummy :-)

  19. Breakfast smoothie blended in a VitaMix:
    Flax seed, cinnamon, beets, lemon, lime, celery, spinach, Kale, orange, apple, banana, mixed berries, coconut milk.

  20. Poppyseed Hemp Muffin Smoothie

    Poppyseeds are little-known nutritional power-punches!
    (http://www.nutrition-and-you.com/poppy-seeds.html)

    Juice of 1/2 a lemon
    1 cup blueberries
    1 cup almond milk (or other milk)
    1/3 c. hemp protein powder

    Blend all ingredients in blender, stir in 2 tbsp. ground poppyseeds, or you may grind them in the blender along with everything else, if that is your wish.

    Enjoy!~

  21. Yogurt, Strawberry, Banana, Ice, and Milk- blend and enjoy- Simple but delicious

  22. My Green Smoothie – Chocolate almond milk, fresh spinach, banana and ice!

  23. Mango lasse with frozen mango and almond milk. I add some powdered green tea.

  24. Mine is definitely:
    1/2 banana, flax seed, frozen strawberries, spinach, a touch of orange juice, a spoonful of matcha (green tea powder), and unflavored yogurt. Oh! And of course ice. Delicious!

  25. Banana
    Hemp Protein
    Cardamon
    Cocoa Nibs
    Cocoa & Carob Powder
    Spinach
    Almond Milk

  26. 1 cup frozen Strawberry, 1/2 Banana, 1 cup non dairy milk and 1 scoop vanilla flavored Nectar protein powder

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