Spring into Smoothies with Omega3NutraCleanse®

best vegan smoothies recipe
Happy spring, friends! Thank goodness this season is upon us, because we’re probably all lacking a little in vitamin D by now, aren’t we? We’re happy for spring, because it usually means warmer weather, which means cooler eats—like smoothies!

Smoothies are so incredibly great for your digestive health, because they often contain a mixture of fruit (and/or vegetables!), probiotics (in Greek yogurt), and water or a milk alternative like almond or coconut. The only thing that could make your smoothies even better is added fibre–like Omega3NutraCleanse®!

Here are 3 spring smoothie recipes to fall in love with. Try them and then let us know your thoughts by replying to this blog post or tagging us on social.

The Green Machine

Ingredients

1 handful green grapes
1/2 green apple
1 kale leaf
1 frozen banana
1 cup water
1/3 cup Omega3NutraCleanse®
1 tbsp. chia seeds (Optional)
Method

Combine all ingredients into blender (except chia seeds), and blend until smooth. Top with chia seeds, if you wish. Enjoy immediately!

Flower Power

Ingredients

1/2 cup vanilla Greek yogurt
1 cup ripe raspberries
1/2 cup frozen pineapple
1/2 cup water
1/3 cup Omega3NutraCleanse®
2-3 edible flowers or petals (*See disclaimer at end!)
Method

Combine all ingredients except flowers into blender, and blend until smooth. Top with flowers. Enjoy immediately!

Classic Strawberry

Ingredients

1 banana, peeled
1 cup frozen strawberries
1 cup almond milk
1/3 cup Omega3NutraCleanse®
1 tbsp. hemp hearts (Optional)
2-3 fresh mint leaves (Optional)
Method

Combine all ingredients (except hemp hearts and mint leaves) into blender, and blend until smooth. Sprinkle hemp hearts and/or place mint leaves on top, if you wish. Enjoy immediately!

To order a bag of O3NC online, visit our website. You can also find the complete ingredients lists there, too.

Happy April!

*Make sure that when using flowers, these three boxes are checked:

You know the species and have confirmed the flora is safe to consume
They haven’t been sprayed with pesticides and/or herbicides
They haven’t been foraged from the side of a city street (this flora will contain toxins from motor vehicle exhaust and such)