Citrus Berry Smoothie

July/August 2008

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This meal-in-a-glass smoothie is bursting with berries and orange juice, healthful sources of carbohydrate and powerful antioxidants. Getting plenty of antioxidant-rich foods makes sense for active people, since free radicals are produced any time the body's cells process oxygen.

"made this as is but boosted the nutrition by adding a couple tablespoons of flax seed. "
Citrus Berry Smoothie

21 Reviews for Citrus Berry Smoothie

Good But

I would use the berries, oj, yogurt, cinammon, and or ginger, loss the honey, berries and oj have enough sugar and vanilla and powdered milk. I switch the oj up for 1/2 banana, every other day and found it Great with baby spinach and if your not into wheat germs, etc, add a 1/3 cup of bran buds. Really good.

Lots of Protien
Living life like there is no tomorrow

Made as is but 2 full tablespoons of vanilla protein also, a banana for potassium, substituted dry milk for unsweetened almond milk, and a 2 full tablespoons of flaxseed for a boost.

Easy recipe and extremely tasty.
skip the orange juice

I would skip the orange juice, substitue with freshly squeezed lime juice, reduce honey and add ginger/cinnamon powder. Yummi!

fresh, quick carbs, delicious taste and look
Way too many carbs

As much as I love the color of this smoothie and the fruitiness of it, but with 70 gram net carbs I will not put that in the category healthy.
I won't be making it. That's for sure! Sorry!

Comments (1)


Anonymous wrote 1 year 50 weeks ago

FYI this is healthy carbs not

FYI this is healthy carbs not unhealthy carbs. Speak to your Dr. or get in contact with a nutritionist who can break everything down to you. It can be confusing and overwhelming.


I use blueberries and strawberries. My two year old will even drink this. I usually do it for lunch as I don't always have time to cook and I avoid fast food like a plague.

Tastes great.

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