A few months ago, I took on the challenge of making a super sweet and delicious smoothie.
I wanted to make sure I didn’t miss any of the delicious ingredients I would have to add to my already pretty smoothie (I use fresh herbs, which adds a lot of flavor), and I had no idea what ingredients I had on hand.
So, I started with a basic version of my classic smoothie, a fruit smoothie made from fresh berries and fruit.
It worked out well, and I made a few additions to my original smoothie: Fresh strawberries add sweetness to the smoothie The strawberries add a subtle tartness to the fruit smoothies The berries add a sweet and refreshing tartness The smoothie was quite tasty, and my husband even said it was a great way to start the day!
I decided to share the recipe with you, because I have a lot more to share in the coming months, and even though it is simple, it is still super tasty.
As for the smoothies, you can either make them in advance and freeze them in a freezer bag, or just freeze the berries.
Here are some tips and tricks you can use to make your own delicious smoothies in just a few minutes: You can use strawberries in place of the strawberries in the smoothy recipe (just make sure you do not over-saturate the berries).
I found that strawberries taste really good on their own, but I wanted to try to recreate the strawberry flavor in the fruit-based smoothie I made the other day.
You may need to make the smoothiest smoothie you can with the berries and strawberries, or you can leave it as is and use frozen berries.
I have included some quick tips for making the strawberry smoothie recipe below, and then you can try making it ahead of time.
If you are making the smooth, I highly recommend making it first thing in the morning.
First, it helps to have a big pot of water with ice cubes on top.
If you are not sure what to use for your water, I have included a picture of what I used for my fruit smoothy.
You may also want to add fresh basil or oregano to the berries before adding them to the water.
For the strawberry-based fruit smoothes, I used 1/4 cup of fresh strawberries, but you can make your strawberries fresh or store them in the fridge.
To make the berries fresh, place the strawberries into a food processor and pulse for a couple of minutes until they are a fine powder.
Then, add the berries, the lemon juice, and some salt and pepper.
Boil the berries for 30 seconds, then remove them from the food processor.
I like to add a little bit of liquid to the bowl and whisk in until it is smooth.
Next, make the fruit blend.
Make the mix as you normally would, but instead of using strawberries, you will use fresh berries.
You will use about 3 cups of strawberries, plus about 2 cups of fresh fruit juice, plus 2 cups and 1/2 cups of milk.
When you have the mix, add about 1/3 cup of the mixture to the pot and add about a teaspoon of lemon juice.
Stir the mixture well and let the mixture sit for about 15 minutes.
Once the mixture is a smooth, creamy consistency, add 1/8 teaspoon of salt.
Stir it all together until it thickens up.
Add the remaining fruit mix and stir well.
After the mix has set, refrigerate it.
If the berries are frozen, they can be thawed overnight in the refrigerator.
The strawberries will be soft and fresh, but they will not be as smooth as fresh berries that have been in the freezer for a while.
At the end of the day, you have a smoothie that is super sweet, filling, and super tasty!
Make this smoothie ahead of it!
If you have leftovers, freeze them and enjoy them as soon as you make them. Enjoy!