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CANTALOUPE CRAVING SMOOTHIE

CANTALOUPE CRAVING SMOOTHIE

Show your body some love with this refreshing cantaloupe & hemp heart smoothie.  It is packed with vitamins, minerals, fibre and antioxidants, as well as healthy fats and protein from the nut butter and shelled hemp seeds.

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PEAS PLEASE SMOOTHIE

PEAS PLEASE SMOOTHIE

Yup, that's right — a green pea smoothie!!

As a kid, I loved to pick the pods from the garden and eat the little sun-warmed gems straight-up!

And green peas pack a nutritional punch, too!  They are rich in vitamins & minerals including vitamins K & C as well as disease-fighting antioxidants like coumestrol, which is believed to reduce the risk of stomach cancer.  Furthermore, one cup of peas contains approximately 8 grams of fibre and 8 grams of protein.

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BEET & WATERMELON WIZARD SMOOTHIE

BEET & WATERMELON WIZARD SMOOTHIE

I love a vibrant & refreshing smoothie, especially after a hardcore workout.  With beets, cauliflower, watermelon, coconut water, and collagen/protein, this is one awesome recovery drink!  And the kefir will help to keep your gut happy, too!

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GREEN MELON MAGIC SMOOTHIE

GREEN MELON MAGIC SMOOTHIE

This refreshing honeydew melon smoothie delivers some real superfood magic thanks to the watercress and chlorella.  And the healthy fats, protein and fibre keep the body happy and satisfied for hours!

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WATERMELON LASSI

WATERMELON LASSI

A lassi is a popular Indian yogurt-based drink.  Traditional lassi is more savoury than sweet and is made with yogurt, water, sugar, and spices such as cumin.  For this creative spin on the lassi, I used watermelon, avocado, and a sprinkling of chili powder.  My family loved the flavour combination.  The smoothie was both refreshing and creamy with a tangy-sweet taste and just a hint of spice.

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MIXED MELON MANIA SMOOTHIE

MIXED MELON MANIA SMOOTHIE

My kids are big melon fans.  For this delightfully simple, nutritious and refreshing shake, I used a combination of watermelon and cantaloupe.  However, there are dozens of melon varieties and you could certainly substitute with your current favourite!

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