I’m having trouble to call this sparkly summer smoothie recipe a recipe. I mean, I never use smoothie recipes myself. I just chuck some flavors together I think will add up to something nice. But check this out: this recipe’s got a great trick for adding a little fizzle to your smoothie.
Is a smoothie a meal or a drink (or a snack)?
I see a lot of great recipes for smoothies, like my own Mojito Smoothie. They’re versatile and delicious. But when I take one for breakfast I’m hungry an hour later. And if I make a huge one or make it really filling I often feel like I’m gonna explode. This trick will definitely take care of all that.
Sparkly Summer Smoothie: insert bubbles
I’ve stretched it about as long as I can. Just add some sparkling water to your smoothie. This is as far as I’m concerned also the only valid reason to use sparkling water with added fruit flavors. I first tried this recipe with coconut flavored mineral water and that worked great.
Let me know what you think and share your sparkly smoothie recipe ideas in the comments below.
Summer Sparkly Smoothie
A real Sparkly Summer Smoothie. This recipe's got a great trick for adding a little fizzle to your smoothie. Turn your smoothie into a drinkable party.
- 2 banana Small ones
- handful frozen blueberries
- 1/4 cup sparkling water 60 ml. Or extra if your smoothie is too thick.
- 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk 125 ml.
- 2 tbsp coconut flakes Or ground coconut
- 3 tbsp fresh lime juice One lime should be enough
It's a smoothie, just throw everything in the blender. Duhhh!