Purple People Feeder Smoothie

Total Time
10mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

The blueberries in this give it a nice purple hue, but you still get a healthy dose of greens. Add the chia to keep you full a little longer and give you a full day's dose of Omega 3s.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Use frozen fruit if you can. I take spotty bananas, peel them, and put them in a large freezer bag so they're always frozen and ready!
  2. Break bananas into chunks and put in good blender with rest of ingredients.
  3. You can add the chia to the blender, or add them after and let the smoothie sit about 15 minutes to "plump up" the seeds. You'll get a kind of "boba tea effect" and they will help keep you full and hydrated longer.
  4. I also added a small amount of parsley to mine since my herbs are already filming "Herbs Gone Wild" in my garden. Adds a very fresh flavor, but don't add too much. Less is more with parsley until you're sure you like the flavor.
  5. Can use any kind of berries you'd like.
Most Helpful

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This was a good smoothie and I was able to sneak in the spinach without DSs noticing! I just threw a handful of spinach in (didn't really measure it) and think I got too much since the smoothie didn't really turn out purple. I did add some Splenda to sweeten it a little and used coconut milk rather than almond milk because that is what I had. Made for My 3 Chefs.