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What do you get when you combine cherries, vanilla yogurt, and spinach with Emergen-C? A delicious Cherry Green Smoothie full of vitamins and nutrients.
Do you like cherries? We love them in our house and cherries are one of my favorite smoothie fruits. Fresh or frozen, it doesn’t matter. I love a delicious green smoothie with cherries.
This Cherry Green Smoothie only requires 5 ingredients – cherries, spinach, vanilla Greek yogurt, and almond milk.
And you can’t forget your Emergen-C! What’s not to love about this easy way to add vitamins and antioxidents to your smoothie? This is a must especially for me with a baby to chase around. I can not afford to get sick. We have so many fun plans for the summer, I need to be healthy and energized. With 1,000 mg of vitamin C, 7 B vitamins, and electrolytes, I can always count on Emergen-C to provide me with the essential nutrients needed on a daily basis. Plus, it tastes great!
Yum! Gotta love a great smoothie in the morning. Not only are they easy to make, but it’s the perfect way to start the day with fresh fruit and veggies. You just can’t go wrong with a healthy breakfast.
I’ve also got an awesome smoothie tip for you all today.
This might be the best tip ever!
Are you ready for it?!
Pour your smoothie in ice cube trays and store in the freezer. When you’re headed out the door in the morning, pop them into your to-go cup and let it melt while you drive to work. This is life changing for those busy mornings. You can now make all your smoothies on Sunday and just grab and go on your way to work. I found that the six cube tray holds exactly one serving.
So don’t forget to pick up Emergen-C the next time you’re shopping at Walmart. You don’t want to miss out on your daily Vitamin C and B vitamins!
Now I want to know – what’s your favorite smoothie recipe? I’m always up for a new smoothie recipe to try.
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