Welcome Spring smoothie

Welcome Spring smoothie

Welcome Spring smoothie

It’s in honor of the days that get longer and the sweet vision of flowers blooming that I’ve made this healthy and delicious Welcome Spring smoothie. I just love its color!
As I’m writing this, it’s not Springtime yet: we’ve just had 4 or 5 days of non-stop snow. Rooftops are still covered in morning frost, and most fields are still under a white coat, but you can feel Spring approaching, in some particular moments, when the wind carries the scent of distant flowers and the sun rays caress your hair in the delicate light of the early mornings. And especially because I’ve finally had such a marvelous long, white winter I’m so ready for spring this year. I’m watching each little change in nature with anticipation and gratitude. The changing seasons are a wonderful miracle and I think people give it for granted too many times.

Welcome Spring smoothie

Are you happy about Spring coming soon? What is it that makes this season so special?

The Welcome Spring smoothie turned out to be SO good and so easy to make. You just have to love smoothies, they are packed with vitamins & nutrients, they fill you up and are as yummy as a dessert but without the guilt. We have such smoothies as an afternoon snack, but if you make a really large one it can become a raw till four lunch/meal.

Welcome Spring smoothie

If you’d like to make this for yourself, just keep reading :)

Welcome Spring smoothie
Welcome Spring smoothie
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This easy-to-make, vitamin-packed, pink-colored smoothie is the perfect way to welcome spring, fill up your stomach and eat plenty of fruits all at the same time.
Servings Prep Time
2 people 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2 people 10 minutes
Welcome Spring smoothie
Welcome Spring smoothie
Print Recipe
This easy-to-make, vitamin-packed, pink-colored smoothie is the perfect way to welcome spring, fill up your stomach and eat plenty of fruits all at the same time.
Servings Prep Time
2 people 10 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2 people 10 minutes
Ingredients
Pink layer
White layer
Toppings
Servings: people
Instructions
  1. Press your fresh oranges and measure out 1 cup of orange juice (or get it straight from the carton).
  2. Add the orange juice and the strawberries to your blender (reserve a few strawberries as toppings). Blend for 1/2 minutes. Pour into your mason jars/glasses.
  3. Now add the oat milk and bananas to your blender, blend for 1/2 minutes. *Slowly* pour on top of the pink layer. Some of the white layer will mix with the pink and create a nice marbled effect.
  4. Finally, cut the remaining strawberries in little morsels, delicately add them on top of the smoothie, add the seeds and enjoy ♥
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  1. Reply

    Yum yum yum! That looks fabulous! So glad spring is finally on it’s way!

    Kiersten

    1. Reply

      So glad you like the smoothie recipe, let me know how it goes when you make it ;-)

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