Smoothies/Juices

Nutrition Smoothies/Juices

Grab and go!

Some mornings we rush to get out the door and finding time for breakfast can seem impossible. No worries, we got the recipe for the perfect grab and go brekkie!

Tips: Prep the smoothie before you go to bed and keep it the fridge.

Ingredients
2 bananas
4 dl frozen blueberries
4 tsp almonds
2 dl Greek or Turkish yoghurt
2 dl oat milk
Fresh blueberries for topping 

Instructions
Mix everything in and top with fresh blueberries. Serve cold.


By: Henriette Danielsen / Recipe inspiration: Det Nye Magazine / Photo cred 

Smoothies/Juices

A berry good morning!

We prefer to start our mornings with a smoothie, and after we came accross this delightful, blueberry recipe we are hooked! Share it with your partner, friend or family at your next breakfast together! We promise that they’re going to love you for it

Fun fact: Blueberries are one of the only natural foods that are truly blue in color.

Ingredients
1 dl frozen blueberries
1 dl blackberries (preferably fresh)
1 small banana
A handful spinach
A dash of honey
2 dl almond milk (preferably homemade)

Instructions
Mix all the ingredients in a blender, before serving in a glass bottle. It’s the perfect way to start the day!


By: Henriette Danielsen / Recipe: Det Nye Magazine #07

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A portion of kindness

For us, raspberries are the symbol of summer and therefore the perfect ingredient in a cooling smoothie. We added some pineapple juice and passion fruit to get that tropical feeling as well.

Fun fact: Raspberries are deeply symbolic. For instance, in Christian art, the raspberry is the symbol for kindness.

Ingredients
1 banana
1 passion fruit
2 dl frozen raspberries
Pineapple juice (or tropical juice)
A dash of honey

Instructions
Mix all the ingredients in a blender. Choose the amount of juice based on how thick/thin you prefer your smoothie. Serve in a glass bottle with a glass straw, preferably cold.


By: Henriette Danielsen

Smoothies/Juices

Pineapple <3 Melon

Two of our favorite fruits this time of year are pineapple and melon – together they make the perfect match. We would like to share a recipe for an easy and quick smoothie that includes these two wonderful fruits! Try it out and let us know what you think.

Ingredients (serves 1)
3 dl watermelon chunks (preferably seedless)
2-3 dl frozen pineapple (chopped)
1 dl coconut water (or coconut milk for a creamer version)
5 fresh mint leaves

Instructions
Combine all the ingredients in a blender and mix until smooth. Garnish with additional mint leaves and enjoy!


By: Linnéa Nilsson / Photo: Pexels.com

Nutrition Smoothies/Juices

Taste of summer

A dairy-free, vegan smoothie with lots of vitamins to boost your body! The fresh ingredients such as strawberries, will give you a taste of summer (while we wait patiently). It’s the perfect smoothie to-go!

Ingredients (serves 2)
2 dl fresh strawberries (chopped)
1/2 pineapple (peeled and chopped)
2 dl cold water
1/2 lemon ( or lime)

Instuctions
Start off by washing all the ingredients. Add the strawberries, pineapple and water in a blender. Cut the lemon in half and squeeze out all the fruit juice – just make sure no stones get in the blender otherwise it will leave you with a bitter flavor. Blend everything for about 2 minutes and serve in two glasses – Enjoy!


By: Linnéa Nilsson Photo: Flickr/ John Watson

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Date Shake!

Try a quick and easy milkshake with fresh dates! It is a great pre-workout drink or as an alternative for your evening treat. 

Ingredients (serves 2)
1 frozen banana 
8 fresh dates (chopped)
2 dl almond milk
Crushed ice
A dash of vanilla powder (optional)
A pinch of grounded cinnamon

Instuctions
Use a blender and add the frozen banana, almond milk and 4 dates (half portion first) and mix until smooth. Gradually add the ice and the rest of the dates and continue to blend for about 1 minute. Pour the shake into two glasses and sprinkle some cinnamon on top!


By: Linnéa Nilsson / Image source 

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A shot for the flu

February and March are known as the montsh when many of us get sick. We would therefore like to share our recipe on a ginger & tumeric shot, to prevent you from getting the flu. This little sucker will also fight inflammation and soothe an upset stomach –  Perfect!

Ingredients
1.5 cm fresh ginger

1.5 cm tumeric root (or raw tumeric powder)
1 apple

Try to use organic ingredients if possible.

Instructions
Juice all the ingredients (or stir in the tumeric powder) and enjoy!


By: Linnéa Nilsson  Photo: Flickr/Artizone

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Tropical dreaming

The best part of summer is to kick back with a cool, refreshing smoothie before spending the day on the beach. Sadly, summer is still months away, but that doesn’t stop us from creating our very own summer feeling in the kitchen with our Tropical smoothie!

Ingredients
1 banana
1 cup frozen mango (fresh if in season)
2 passionfruits

1tsp chia seeds (can be excluded
2tbsp yoghurt (natural, greek or turkish) 
Pineapple juice (as much as you need to get the thickness you want)

Instructions
Mix all the ingredients in a blender. That’s it! Made with love.


By: Henriette Danielsen 

Nutrition Smoothies/Juices

Mr.Green

It is that time of year when many of us get sick. It is cold outside and can therefore be good to fuel your body with lots of vitamins and nutrients from raw vegetables.

Our favorite is without doubt Mr.Green. Mr.Green is a tad bitter, but boy does he help boost the immune system!

Ingredients
1 Pineapple
1 Cucumber
4 apples
1 lemon
2 handfuls of kale (or 1 broccoli)
Big chunk of ginger

Instructions
Peel, chop and juice all the ingredients. Best served cold. This recipe results in one big bottle and can be stored in the fridge until the next day. 

mr.green
Do you have something that keeps you healthy during winter? Let us know in the comment field below!


By: Henriette Danielsen 

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Reload smoothie

This smoothie is packed with energy which will make you feel fabulous and kick start your day!

Fun facts: Bananas contain potassium and are said to be helpful when overcoming depression due to trypthoptan, which the body later converts to serotonin. Kiwi is rich in vitamin C, helps us to reduce blood pressure and prevents stroke. Spinach is a great source of vitamin A & K, iron and high in fibre.

Ingredients
1 large ripe banana
1 large kiwi
50g frozen spinach
350ml almond/oat milk/skimmed milk
2tsb chia seeds/flaxseed
5 ice cubes

Instructions
Peel and chop the banana and kiwi into pieces. Blend all ingredients in a food processor or use a mixer for about 3-4 minutes until the consistency is smooth. Pour the smoothie into 2 glasses and get ready to be energized!


By: Linnéa Nilsson