Lemon Berry Smoothie





Introduction: Lemon Berry Smoothie

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Lemon Berry Smoothie; sweet and simple, with a few common ingredients, and, being a smoothie, largely up to your personal tastes and creativity.

Try with berries, mangoes, or pineapples. Try with spinach, lettuce, kale. Almond milk, coconut milk, cow milk, or just water. Feel free to experiment with this simple recipe , and enjoy!

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Step 1: Ingredients

Ingredients (serves 2-3 people)

1/2 large lemon

2 tablespoons maple syrup

1 cup frozen fruit (I used berry blend)

1 1/2 cups liquid (almond, coconut, cow milk, etc.)

1 apple

Step 2: Lemon & Apple

Lemon adds an awesome tang and apple adds sweetness to balance it out.

Cut your lemon and half and peel it. DON'T add the lemon rind to the smoothie. Put in the center part.

Roughly chop your apple up, and leave out the seeds. Add it to the blender as well. (You'll want a high speed blender, preferably, like Vitamix)

Step 3: Frozen Fruit

Add your frozen fruit

(I used Costco's 3 berry blend)

Step 4: Liquid

Add your choice of liquid until it almost tops off the fruit. Also add syrup.

Step 5: Blend It Up

Blend gradually to high speed. Once on high speed, continue for 20 seconds, and then stop blending.

Step 6: Serve and Enjoy

Pour into cups and enjoy!

(Plz do not try to store these in your pantry, or anywhere else for that matter, as they will spoil rather quickly and are made to be *drank *drunk *dranken *drunken as quickly as possible)




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    I think I'm going to have to try this one! I have almost everything I need already :) Do you think I could sub apple juice for the apple since I already have that?

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    Cool! I'm sure you could sub the apple juice, just keep in mind that it will increase liquid to solid ratio, so you might need to lower the amount of other liquids if you use apple juice :)