To me there is nothing better than a smoothie in the morning. I have to have it. While usually I just throw in whatever it is that I have on hand, this past week I happened to create the most delicious smoothie ever by accident. I don't know what else to name it besides the Ultimate Morning Smoothie which is heavy on the cheese factor, but so be it.
- 2 cups of frozen berries
- 1 tablespoon of Vanilla Egg White Protein Powder
- 1 1/2 tablespoons of Cacao Nibs
- 1 tablespoon of peanut butter
Sounds like a hot mess, but turns into something magical.
Throw in a blender and blend until it has a smoothie consistency. I'm weird and like mine thick, almost like soft serve ice cream and I eat it with a spoon. For a thinner consistency to drink, just add more almond milk or even water.
As far as blenders I use the Vitamix Professional Series 200 and I love it. I freakin love it. Highly recommend getting a high powered blender such as the Vitamix (I've also heard from friends that the Ninja is really good too) because it blends quick and can handle a lot of ingredients. I've gone through my fair share of crappy blenders that have broken down on me and I think it's well worth the money to buy a reliable blender. Especially if you're going to use it every day. Feel free to email me with any questions about the Vitamix!
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