6 Ingredients You Didn't Know You Could Add To A Smoothie by Lauren Ngo - Musely
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6 Ingredients You Didn't Know You Could Add To A Smoothie

posted in Food & Drink > Recipes
08/13/2015
  • Rhubarb

The stalks of rhubarb are edible, tart, and delicious. Chop them up and cook them with water until tender (and, optionally, a sweetener of your choice.
    Rhubarb

    The stalks of rhubarb are edible, tart, and delicious. Chop them up and cook them with water until tender (and, optionally, a sweetener of your choice.
  • Watermelon

It's pumped with potassium, which makes it a great, runner-friendly addition to your smoothies. Its high water content helps keep your shakes sippable.
    Watermelon

    It's pumped with potassium, which makes it a great, runner-friendly addition to your smoothies. Its high water content helps keep your shakes sippable.
  • Lettuce

If you're at all phobic about your shake passing for salsa verde, try a mild, velvety butterhead lettuce like Boston or Bibb.
    Lettuce

    If you're at all phobic about your shake passing for salsa verde, try a mild, velvety butterhead lettuce like Boston or Bibb.
  • Sweet Corn

Great for corn in homey side dishes, such as corn bread or pudding, but it makes it far healthier and a million times tastier.
    Sweet Corn

    Great for corn in homey side dishes, such as corn bread or pudding, but it makes it far healthier and a million times tastier.
  • Zucchini

High in vitamins A and C, zucchini is a flavor sponge, meaning its own taste vanishes.
    Zucchini

    High in vitamins A and C, zucchini is a flavor sponge, meaning its own taste vanishes.
  • Cabbage

Cabbage contains 2 grams of fiber per half-cup serving, loads of vitamin C, and cell-repairing sulfur compounds.
    Cabbage

    Cabbage contains 2 grams of fiber per half-cup serving, loads of vitamin C, and cell-repairing sulfur compounds.
  • The following website contains a smoothie recipe for each ingredient:

    http://www.prevention.com/food/surprising-smoothie-ingredients

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