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Mango Berry Smoothies

We make smoothies almost every morning. They’re so easy to make and provide an excellent means to get some fruit and veggies into your diet. This Mango Berry Smoothie is a favorite of ours.

PREP TIME: 5 minutes                                                                               SERVES: 2 
2 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk                                                               1 cup frozen mixed berries                                                                                        1 cup frozen mango                                                                                                        1 frozen banana                                                                                                                 ½ cup vanilla Greek yogurt                                                                                         1 tablespoon honey, optional                                                                                     
  1. Combine the ingredients. Put the almond milk, mixed berries, mango, banana, Greek yogurt, and honey (if using)in the blender.
  2. Blend. Blend on high to purée. Pour into two glasses, serve, and enjoy.
  • TIP: Throw a handful of fresh spinach or kale into this smoothie for added nutrients —you won’t taste it at all. You can also use fresh berries instead of frozen; just be sure to throw in a few ice cubes.
  • SWAP: If you don’t have frozen mango, try frozen pineapple. The sweet fruit adds a clean, crisp flavor to the smoothie.

Per serving: Calories: 225; Total fat: 5g; Total carbs: 42g; Sugar: 29g; Protein: 6g; Fiber: 6g; Sodium: 194mg

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