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FOOD,  GLUTEN FREE,  RECIPES

Raspberry & Strawberry Smoothie

Today I thought I would share a smoothie that has been my go-to for the last year or so. I’ve been meaning to share it for a long time and since I’m trying to work on my food photography skills I thought this would be a great “recipe” to do!

I love making this smoothie on days that I work (I work very part time, usually one or two days a week, as a substitute teacher) and it usually lasts me until the kids go out for the first recess and helps me not feel starved all morning (since when I’m at home I can, and do, snack all day long).

For this recipe I use frozen raspberries and strawberries since it’s cheaper than buying them fresh (and not always possible to find them here in the winter). The spinach I buy fresh but after a couple days I put it in a bag in the freezer and just pull it out as needed for the smoothies.

I never actually measure when I make my smoothie so the proportions change a bit each time I make it, but here is the general ingredient list.

RASPBERRY & STRAWBERRY SMOOTHIE

  • 1/2 cup liquid (I usually do a mix of apple juice and water)
  • 1 tbsp flax seed
  • 1/3 cup yogurt (whatever kind I have on hand, usually vanilla, strawberry or raspberry)
  • handful of spinach
  • 1/2 cup raspberries
  • 1 1/2 cup strawberries (my blender isn’t too great so I actually microwave these for about 20 seconds first)

Place ingredients in blender in the order listed.
Then just blend it together!

Raeca loves these smoothies and I love knowing I’m getting some greens into her since she’s not a fan of them in their natural form.

 Do you have a favorite smoothie recipe you would like to share?
What is your favorite ingredient in smoothies?

You can see more of my recipes here.

All the photos in this post were taken with the Canon 5D Mark II and the 50mm f/1.4 lens.

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