Strawberry Banana Mango Swirled Recovery Smoothie
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Ingredients

6

Count

Nutrition

359

Calories

Ready In

PT10M PT0M

10

Mins

Difficulty

Easy

Nutritional Facts

  • 359 calories
  • sodium106mg
  • protein15g
  • calories359kcal
  • cholesterol0mg
  • sugar39g
  • fat6g
  • saturated fat6g
  • carbohydrates73g
  • fiber7g

Strawberry Banana Mango Swirled Recovery Smoothie

IMO, there’s no better post-match treat than a refreshing fruity smoothie, and this one is to die for! It’s creamy banana mango goodness swirled with a yummy strawberry puree. Add your fave protein powder for a bigger protein boost. Makes 1 large smoothie, or 2 small smoothies.


Step 1

Place the strawberries in a blender. Puree until smoothie. Pour the strawberry puree in the bottom of a wide glass (or divide up between two glasses, if serving two).

Step 1 -- Place the strawberries in a blender. Puree until smoothie. Pour the strawberry puree in the bottom of a wide glass (or divide up between two glasses, if serving two).

Step 2

Rinse the blender briefly with water. Place the remaining smoothie ingredients in the blender (in the order listed above) and puree until smooth.

Step 2 -- Rinse the blender briefly with water. Place the remaining smoothie ingredients in the blender (in the order listed above) and puree until smooth.

Step 3

Pour the smoothie gently on top of the strawberry puree to fill the glass, and gently stir with a straw. Serve immediately.

Step 3 -- Pour the smoothie gently on top of the strawberry puree to fill the glass, and gently stir with a straw. Serve immediately.

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Ingredients

  • 5 Large strawberries, cored
  • 1/2 cup Organic lite coconut milk
  • 1/2 cup Organic Greek yogurt, plain
  • 1-1/2 Medium organic bananas (frozen)
  • 1/2 Champagne mango, cubed
  • 1/2 tbsp. Organic vanilla extract

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