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If you're looking for a new way to get your fix or feed your addiction look no further! From coffee to cookies, caffeine is around us every day. Whether you like the taste or are pulling a double shift, caffeine has got your back!

This simple caffeinated smoothie will be sure to get you up and going when you need it.

Step 1: Ingredients

  • 2 Cups Frozen Fruit (I love blackberries and strawberries, but any fruit is tasty)
  • 1/2 Cup Orange Juice Concentrate
  • 2 Cups Energy Drink of Choice

Step 2: Blend

I like to put my frozen berries or fruit first. I feel like it blends better that way. Pour in your caffeine of choice and orange juice concentrate and start blending.

Experiment with the amount of energy drink added to get your preferred consistency. I personally like more of a thick smoothie that needs to be eaten with a spoon.

Step 3: Enjoy!

Pour in a cup and enjoy copious amounts of cold caffeinated smoothie!

Let me know in the comments what combinations of energy drink and fruit you like!

<p>Hello Tomatoskins, I own a little drive-tru espresso shop and one of the espresso blends I roast is white espresso this has twice the caffeine as a starbuck espresso, not hard on the stomach and has a nice nutty flavor. Having commercial blenders are really good, and I just make it like it like my real no sugar added milk shakes, using how many shots of my Jolt fruit and yogurt. I do really appreciate you posting this, as I took your recipe and added to it, thank you.</p>
<p>I'll have to try this sometime. Looks great!</p>
<p>this is so epic I'm sure its very high in energy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!</p>
<p>The colour is awesome!</p>
<p>Definitely have to try this =)</p>

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