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a green smoothie in a clear bottle, two pink-and-white striped straws sticking out of it, and kale on the side

Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day from The Estates 3Eighty Blog! Today, we’re sharing some of our favorite smoothie recipes with everyone in our Little Elm, TX apartment community. Not only are these cold blended drinks as tasty as ever, but they are also packed with rich nutrients to keep your body healthy and happy, as you head out to serve this month in honor of MLK. Try out one of the following recipes this week!

Pumpkin Pie Protein Smoothie

While the pumpkin season may be technically over, feel free to bring it back into season any time with this scrumptious protein smoothie. One serving of this delicious drink is packed with 12g protein; another plus is that it has significantly fewer calories and fat than an actual slice of pie. Ingredients include pumpkin pie spice vanilla greek yogurt, skim milk, and pumpkin puree.

The Best Green Smoothie Recipe Ever

Although their vibrant color may seem unappealing at first, green smoothies have spread across the health food and the smoothie communities for years. You may be new to the idea entirely, or you might be used to drinking one of these nutrient-filled drinks on a regular basis, but whichever category you fall into, you’ll surely love this recipe. It’s packed with mango, pineapple, and banana, and it’s a great way to get a good serving of greens in!

Banana Almond Flax Smoothie

Say hello to the tastiest breakfast you’ve had in ages! This creamy banana almond flax smoothie is simultaneously a sweet treat an a healthy way to start your day. We couldn’t ask for anything more than that! To make it, you’ll need frozen bananas, almond milk, plain greek yogurt, almond butter, flaxseed meal, honey, and almond extract.

Blueberry Smoothie Bowl

If you’d like something new for a change, then this blueberry smoothie bowl is sure to be satisfying for you. Blend frozen blueberries, a banana, cashew butter, water, and vanilla together to make a base similar to the consistency of a smoothie. After pouring it into a bowl, top with fresh blueberries, sliced bananas, shredded coconut, and sliced almonds. You could even add some granola if you’re looking for a sweet crunch!

We hope one of these recipes catch your eye and that you have a week full of healthy choices!