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Blueberry & Almond Smoothie

This makes a quick and easy breakfast. I use frozen blueberries so I always have all the ingredients on hand. I use Green Vibrance instead of ProGreens. It's good, but it's expensive, so buy it when it's on sale. Blueberry & Almond Smoothie makes 1 ingredients: 1 scoop of a complete nutritional, whey protein fortified powder (not soy protein) 1/2 cup blueberries 1 scoop of a ProGreens type of powder (preferably with probiotics) 1 1/2 cups almond milk preparation: 1. Blend everything together. Drink! Recipe source: http://www.goop.com/recipes/drinks/blueberryalmond-smoothie
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@cookingmama what blender do you suggest? I'm trying to invest in a new mixer, because my magic bullet is getting old.
Sounds like an awesome recipe! Thanks @cookingmama
sounds so good! i just need the powders to finish it
My freezer is 90% fruit. Perfect for tossing a smoothie together ASAP!
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