This smoothie is light, refreshing and surprisingly tasty with so few ingredients. The watermelon adds a sweet, but light juice to the mix without having to add any sugary juice or extra liquid for the same taste and consistency. This smoothie is a great hot weather pick-me-up and an ideal drink on a muggy day. Simple, quick and easy — in no time you’ll be sipping on your Appleberry Watermelon Smoothie!
An unexpected yet tasty combo: raspberries and baby kale. So good blended with Silk Unsweetened Vanilla Almond milk and Silk vanilla yogurt that you think you’re drinking raspberry vanilla ice cream instead of smoothie mixed with kale. It was the perfect MCAT study break, as well as a delicious treat for a mid-80s day in Ithaca yesterday. By using already frozen fruit, there’s no added pressure to use the fruit not when it’s ripe, but when you want and need to. The frozen raspberries and bananas add an icy consistency without throwing in ice cubes ( which are a pain to blend). Trust me — you’ll have no idea there’s kale in this!