Classic Green Smoothie

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When it comes to breakfast, you can’t go wrong with a classic green smoothie – especially when it’s super-packed with protein-rich ingredients to power you through your day. The sweet banana gives your body a quick energy boost, while creamy peanut butter and Greek yogurt keep you full and satisfied until your next meal.
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Ingredients

Nutrition Facts

Recipe: Classic Green Smoothie
Servings in this Recipe: 1

Nutrition Facts Per Serving

Calories 305.6

% Daily Value*

Total fat 10.2 g 15.7%

Saturated Fat 2.1 g 10.3%

Trans Fat 0.0 g 0.0%

Cholesterol 7.1 mg 2.4%

Sodium 97.8 mg 4.1%

Total Carbs 36.1 g 12.0%

Dietary Fiber 4.1 g 16.5%

Sugars 21.1 g 0.0%

Alcohol 0.0 g 0.0%

Protein 21.6 g

Vitamin A 29.6%
Vitamin C 21.7%
Calcium 19.9%
Iron 8.0%
Vitamin D 0.0%
Vitamin E 6.5%
Vitamin K 93.5%
Thiamin 9.1%
Riboflavin 33.5%
Niacin 17.4%
Vitamin B-6 30.3%
Folate 21.0%
Vitamin B-12 17.8%
Panto. acid 12.3%
Phosphorus 30.6%
Magnesium 24.2%
Zinc 9.6%
Selenium 26.4%
Copper 13.4%
Manganese 41.1%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
*Ice cubes should not exceed 25% of your total ingredients.

Directions

  • Add all ingredients to your Tall Cup and extract for 30 seconds, or until smooth.
  • Enjoy!

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Comments
Comment by Nelliepud
August 25, 2017
I thought they didn't recommend ice crushing as it damaged the blades? Has this changed?
I see that spinach is used in many of the green smoothie recipes, my question is doesn't spinach need to be cooked to make its nutrients available?
NutriLiving Gigi Kwok-Hinsley on July 10, 2017
You should not cook the spinach before you blend it in your next smoothie. If you cook leafy greens like spinach, you are likely to cook off nutrients like Vitamin C and other water soluble vitamins.
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