I have always loved making wholesome and yummy smoothies, raw food treats and more. The only problem is that I don’t always make huge quantities so it never really works in a regular blender — that’s where the NutriBullet comes in. I’ve used the NutriBullet for years and I love how I’m able to make drinks, treats and more with it in a snap.
Something I have been wanting to accomplish this year is to make healthy smoothies for myself every morning. There’s so much goodness in fruits and veggies. I tend to have low-ish energy daily and I know that upping my intake of healthy foods and vitamins is just what my body needs. In the past, I have used both regular blenders and juicers and I feel like juicers take the fiber and goodness from my fruits and veggies and a lot of blenders don’t blend everything smoothly enough. I’m sure there are expensive blenders that do a great job, but I’m not about spending $500-$600 on a blender. The NutriBullet is a much more affordable option.
What makes the NutriBullet awesome is that it doesn’t just blend everything together — it extracts it. You can put fruits, veggies, nuts, seeds, and more into it and it will break down the pulp and fiber into a smooth consistency that can be absorbed easily by your body. You’re able to get the optimum amount of nutrients from whatever you put in the NutriBullet.
I currently have the NutriBullet Pro and I love it because it has a capacity of 32 oz. It fits nicely on my counter and isn’t huge and bulky. I can make small batches of smoothies and more in it or I can make a smoothie for both my husband, baby and I. The size is perfect for my smaller family. There are other options for sizes depending on what you need. Sizes go from 24 oz all the way up to 45 oz!
I had to share a few favorite smoothie recipes with you! I hope you love them as much as I do.
Berry Delightful Smoothie
- frozen berry mixture : blueberries, strawberries, raspberries.
- yogurt: strawberry
- apple juice
Add as much or as little of each ingredient as you’d like! Blend together and enjoy.
Strawberry Banana Smoothie
- Frozen Strawberries
- Fresh Ripe Bananas
- yogurt: strawberry or plain
- Almond Milk
You can check out more about NutriBullet at their site HERE.
*This product was sent to me free of charge for an honest review from NutriBullet. All opinions are my own.
What are your favorite smoothie combos?