For those who want to go a different route and want to be healthy, a smoothie becomes a staple. Some stores nowadays offer smoothies since it has become a popular drink among aspiring health junkies. Not all smoothies are created equally, though. If you want to start your own juice and cocktail bar or a concession stand, it would be best to avoid offering overly sugary drinks with high calories that are disguised as a healthy one. Healthy smoothies are easy to make anyway.
It is as simple as having your own blender or juicer — like the citrus juicers you see in commercial areas — and whipping out different types of fruits and veggies that would make a particularly delicious flavor. You may even change the smoothie game and give your customers the health benefits they need.
Perfect for Breakfast: Peanut Butter & Jelly Smoothie
Indulge in this interesting mix with berries with the taste of a favorite childhood sandwich: PB&J. This smoothie makes the perfect option for breakfast since it gives the right boost to get going in the morning, especially when it is mixed with vanilla protein powder.
The Natural Remedy Smoothie: Banana Ginger Smoothie
Whether it is problems with digestion, chest constrictions, nausea, or any other trouble concerning the stomach, the solution is adding fresh ginger in this smoothie recipe. For two servings, the ingredients you need are a banana sliced into two, 6 oz. vanilla yogurt, 1 tablespoon of honey, and 1/2 teaspoon of honey. This should all be combined and blended until it turns smooth (no pun intended).
Endure with Apple Crisp Smoothie
The beautiful blend of apple cider, Greek yogurt, rolled oats, pecans, cinnamon, and nutmeg is not only impeccably delicious, but is also good for enhancing running endurance since this drink is rich in beta-glucan and protein.
Cool Down with this Orange Dream Smoothie
This drink is ideal for summer, so your customers can relax and chill during the hot weather. This has a low-calorie count filled with citrus, making it a healthy recipe for a smoothie. For a single serving, you would need one peeled orange, yogurt (fat-free), orange juice concentrate (frozen), vanilla extract, and ice cubes. All these ingredients need to be processed together until it is smooth.
Carrot Cake Smoothie
People often have mixed feelings towards carrots; they either love them or hate them. It is understandable and it may even come off as a surprise to you that carrots have made it to this list since they are not ideally the top-of-mind ingredient for a breakfast smoothie. But carrots blended with banana slices, diced pineapples, walnuts, cinnamon, and nutmeg would be enough to tip you to the side of the people who would love carrots. This is a healthier option too, even if it may taste like carrot cake.
Some recipes that at first seemed intolerable for many, may change at the end when it is mixed with the perfect ingredients needed to make a healthy and delicious smoothie!