Berry glad I didn’t say Banana?


Okay, so there’s also banana in this.¬†Give yourself a boost of berries in this smoothie (with banana)!

Makes two servings.

1.5 cups of mixed berries (this has raspberries, blue berries, strawberries)
1 banana (small or medium)
1-2 table spoons of chia seeds
1.5 – 2 cups of almond milk
1 Table spoon of agave (or to taste)

For a more healthy dessert, you can freeze the smoothie and then add a dollop of cool whip.

Enjoy cheers to health!


Please leave your comments and/or questions!


Drinkable peanutbutter cup

This is basically dessert in a cup with a healthy twist.


1 banana
2-3 tbs peanutbutter (I used organic unsalted)
2 tbs Cocoa Almond Spread (from Trader Joes)
Chia seeds
1.5 cups Almond Milk
1 tsp Turmeric (maybe less if you are sensitive to the taste)

Why Turmeric? There have been multiple studies that reveal turmeric to be a natural anti-inflammatory agent and aids in digestion. The real question may be, Why not?

Drink it as a smoothie or place it in the freezer for a delicious treat later.

Happy Healthing!


It’s not easy being green

Kale is King Smoothie


It’s not easy “drinking” green. But with this homemade smoothie I was in heaven. Goes down smooth and tastes delicious.

1-1.5 cups Kale
1 Banana
1 cup Pineapple
2 tbs Chia Seeds
3/4 cup Almond Milk
Agave (to taste)

Place all ingredients in blender and mix until smooth.

  • A few side notes on the ingredients:
    Kale – preweashed and chopped from Trader Joes
    Pineapple – frozen pineapple from Trader Joes
    Agave – Blue Agave (also from Trader Joes)

Hope you enjoy this smoothie!

Happy Healthing!