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Apricot Smoothie
This is the perfect smoothie for early summer when apricots are ripe. To freeze fresh apricots, cut or break them in half and remove the pits, then layer them loosely in airtight containers or freezer bags. They will keep for six months to a year. You can also drain and freeze water-packed canned apricots for this smoothie. To freeze bananas, peel them, then cut or break into 1-inch pieces. Pack loosely in airtight containers or freezer bags.
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Banana Pineapple Smoothie

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Berry-Berry Smoothie
Get double the berry taste in this delicious morning beverage.
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Blueberry Smoothie
Smoothies are a delicious way to add healthful fruits to your diet. Frozen fruit, especially frozen bananas, make it possible to create thick, low-fat smoothies. Start with bananas that have brown speckles, as these are sweet and ripe. Peel, then break them into chunks and arrange on a baking sheet or tray to freeze. Once frozen, pack loosely into freezer bags or plastic storage containers. Frozen berries can be purchased in most supermarkets and natural food stores. To freeze your own, loosely pack clean, dry berries in a freezer bag or plastic storage container. For a thick smoothie that can be eaten with a spoon, use the minimum amount of non-dairy milk necessary for blending. If you like a thinner smoothie, simply add a bit more non-dairy milk.
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Chocolate Banana Smoothie

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Fantastic Fruit Smoothie
Frozen fruit makes smoothies extra thick and creamy. If you don't like icy cold beverages, use fresh fruit instead. Experiment with a variety of juices and fruit, depending on what is in season.
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Frozen Banana Cream Smoothies

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Fruit Smoothie
This quick and easy recipe is great way to start your day—or give you a healthy boost anytime.
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Going Green Smoothie

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Green Goodie Smoothie
Spirulina is an antioxidant-rich powder made from blue-green algae. It’s highly nutritious and doesn’t change the taste of this delicious fruit smoothie. It does, however, make it a wonderful green color.
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Green Tea Smoothie
Green tea contains polyphenolic compounds, and catechins that have found to help fight off cancer.
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Mango Delight Smoothie

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Mixed Berry Banana Smoothie
Frozen berries in smoothies add fiber, taste, and iciness, not to mention the hefty dose of cancer-fighting compounds!
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Peach Smoothie
This smoothie is reminiscent of fresh peach ice cream. You can freeze your own peaches when they are in season or purchase frozen peaches at your supermarket.
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Pumpkin Smoothie

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Strawberry Smoothie
Try this cold, thick smoothie with whole-grain cereal or muffins for a delicious breakfast. You can buy frozen strawberries or freeze your own in an airtight container. To freeze bananas, peel them and break into inch-long pieces. Pack loosely in an airtight container and freeze. Bananas will keep in the freezer for about two months, strawberries for six months.
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Strawberry Smoothie 2
Try this cold, thick smoothie with whole-grain cereal or muffins for a delicious and satisfying breakfast. Buy frozen strawberries or freeze fresh ones. To freeze bananas, peel and break into pieces, pack loosely in an airtight container, and freeze.
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Strawberry Smoothie 3
Purchase fresh strawberries at the peak of the season, when they’re bursting with flavor, to freeze for smoothies. Freezing them is easy: simply remove the stems and place the berries in freezer bags. They’ll keep for up to six months. Frozen strawberries are also available in most supermarkets. For a thick smoothie that can be eaten with a spoon, use the minimum amount of non-dairy milk necessary for blending. If you like a thinner smoothie, simply add a bit more non-dairy milk.
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