Whole Fruit, Yummy, Vita Mix Smoothie/ Snippets of DesignConsidering it is the beginning of a New Year & many of us are going a little more out of our way to be healthy,

I thought I would share with you my favorite whole fruit smoothie which also happens to be the main

whole fruit smoothie recipe that Vita-Mix demonstrators use.

As I shared in {this} post, my family owns the Vita-Mix Corporation.

Grandma & Grandpa Barnard/ Snippets of Design

For most of my childhood, most of my family was involved in Vita-Mix somehow so this smoothie is almost second nature to me.

It usually consists of “a little bit of this” & a “little bit of that” so bear

with me as I try to write it down and share with you a few variations as well…

but don’t worry cause even though it may end up slightly different every time,

you can’t really mess it up either…

Whole Fruit Smoothie/Snippets of DesignI believe that this smoothie can be made in most blenders except, I gotta be honest,

I am not sure, I have never tried any other blenders.

Whole Fruit Smoothie/Snippets of Design

I use mostly frozen fruit but it is always good to throw in a whole apple, banana or some fresh spinach for extra nutrients.

Whole Fruit Smoothie/ Snippets of Design

I also have a thing now for adding a low-fat yogurt or some protein shake mix, especially after my workouts.

Whole Fruit Smoothie/ Snippets of Design

Feel free to play with it, try new flavors,I mean, that is half the fun…;)

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xo,

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February 3, 2013

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4 Comments

  1. Christy

    February 9, 2013

    Love this, thanks Amber! I’m about to go make smoothies for 300 people. Just throwing stuff in like you said:)

  2. amber

    February 12, 2013

    If anyone would know how…you would Christy! ;) How did it go?
    Wish I was there with you guys this week…hug Grove’s family for me!
    Love you all!
    amber

  3. Dianne Corriere

    October 18, 2013

    Hi Amber,

    We usually freeze our bananas (peeled and sliced on a plate with waxed paper). It adds just enough sweetness so we don’t have to use any sugar. Also, adding a little vanilla is good too.

    Dianne

  4. amber

    October 23, 2013

    I love that you freeze them peeled and sliced!!! What an awesome idea. I am sure vanilla is good too…I will have to try it. Thanks for the suggestions! xo, amber

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