Smoothie 101 – Freeze Ripe Fruit!

Smoothies Whats In Your Shopping Cart

Smoothies Whats In Your Shopping Cart

Smoothies What Is In Your Freezer - Mix for quick fix

Smoothies What Is In Your Freezer – Pre-mix for quick fix

There is no right or wrong smoothie combo. Think of yourself as an artist creating an artisan beverage to suit the needs of your body. Create a freezer full of frozen fruit options plus a pantry and fridge of vegetables. Each day you can paint a smoothie to suit your needs.

Buy what is in season or readily available at a good price.  I am always looking for over ripe discounted bananas. The brown speckled ones have the best nutrient value and are super sweet too.

Your freezer will stop them from further ripening.  Simply peel, pack and freeze for weeks of banana sweetness in your smoothies. Store fruit as single type or pre-mix for quick single serve smoothies.

Thoroughly wash and leave peels on apples, citrus (oranges, lemons, lines etc.), peaches, plums when cutting up to freeze. Exception to the rule, peel bananas.

Fruits that do well in the Freezer with minimal preparation, i.e chop, pack and freeze.
watermelon, peaches, nectarines, apples (all varieties), oranges, plums, berries and bananas.

Smoothies What Is In Your Freezer - watermelon, peaches, apple, oranges and bananas

Smoothies What Is In Your Freezer – watermelon, peaches, apple, oranges and bananas

Smoothies What Is In Your Freezer - Bananas, Cantaloupe, Apples, Beets and Oranges

Smoothies What Is In Your Freezer – Bananas, Cantaloupe, Apples, Beets and Oranges

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