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How To Make A Smoothie
Food & Drink
After spending enough time tasting and making smoothies you will inevitably develop your own recipes and taste preferences. To learn how to make a smoothie you can either try one of our amazing smoothie recipes, or you can simply build one yourself using the 4 basic building blocks of a smoothie:
Part I: Liquid
You should start off with between 1-2 cups of liquid. This goes into the blender first as it needs to be surrounding the blade in order for the blending process to start properly. There are many different types of liquids you can you use depending on your dietary and taste preferences
Dairy Milk is a common choice. All types of milk work well as they have a neutral and smooth taste allowing the remaining ingredients to set the tone.
Soy Milk is a great source of protein, calcium, isoflavones, has no lactose or cholesterol, and lasts much longer than cow's milk.
Almond and Coconut Milk are a great alternative to the others if you don't want either soy or dairy products.
Fruit Juices can be used to increase the nutrient content of the smoothie, but beware of added sugar, as this will increase the caloric density of the smoothie and can overpower the natural
Tea adds caffeine and antioxidants; we recommend something without added sugar or fruity flavorings such as green or black tea.
Coffee can also be used to add caffeine a la an iced Frappucino.
Yogurt is another option which provides probiotic live cultures and calcium.
Water is our top choice, as it is inexpensive, easy, and allows you to get your calories from highly nutritious fruits, vegetables, and other select ingredients.