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Refreshing autumn smoothie for those who prefer fruits that are in season, like pears.

1 person made this

IngredientsServes: 2

  • 1 ripe pear
  • 350ml apple juice
  • 100ml cold water

MethodPrep:10min ›Ready in:10min

  1. Peel pear, core and chop pear. Place in a mixer with a little apple juice and puree till smooth. Add rest of juice and the water and serve.

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Holiday Apple Pear Smoothie Recipe

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One of the most special gifts to embrace this time of year is being grateful and getting together with our loved ones. Why not give these special ones a gift that will not only nourish their insides but will help give them a boost.


Apple Pear Green Smoothie

Hello friends, welcome to Smooth Recipe . Today we are going to make Apple Pear Green Smoothie.

This healthy green smoothie makes the most of the ripe fall fruit like apples and pears, and you can adds a nutritional boost from the kale and flaxseed meal.

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Apple pear smoothie recipe - Recipes

Apple Asian Pear Detox Smoothie became a main part of my meal plans for this past weekend. I was feeling a little sluggish, I had just got done doing some traveling and had allowed myself to give into temptation and eat some dairy I don’t usually eat. Between the dairy and who knows what might have been in some of the food I ate since we did our share of dining out, even though I did my best to make wise choices. I also have a pile of granny smith apples and asian pears staring me in the face, so naturally that helped out with the detoxing plans.

When I detox I choose smoothies over juicing. Smoothies give you the fiber from the fruits and vegetables that help rid the toxins from your body. Pears act as a magnet, as they move through your system collecting the toxins that you don’t want in your body.

Apples help with digestive disorders and also are high in pectin which helps keep our systems regular. When you add the celery make sure and add some of the leaves too, celery is an anti-inflammatory and a diuretic. Parsley, one of my favorite herbs, it’s more than just a garnish. Parsley is also an anti-inflammatory and high in Vitamins A and C.

I have another trip coming up in a few weeks, and I plan to take my Vitamix with me. I know that may seem like over kill to some of you, but I know that if I have it, and I have vegetables and fruit, I can always make a smoothie for the times when it’s needed.

What are your strategies when you travel to eat clean and healthy? This Apple Asian Pear Detox Smoothie is just one example of a clean and healthy smoothie that has a balance between fruits and greens.


Apple, Pear and Ginger Power Vitamix Smoothie Recipe

Ingredients
1 c water
1 Bartlett pear, cored and quartered
1 Golden Delicious apple, cored and quartered
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/4 tsp ginger paste
3 c kale, chopped and rinsed
honey to taste (optional—I think it tastes good without adding any, but I also like to eat kale raw so…)

Directions
1. Add ingredients to your Vitamix in the order stated above (water, then pear, then apple, etc.)

2. Turn Vitamix on and slowly increase the speed. Switch power to high and blend for 30 seconds or until smooth.

3. Pour in a glass and drink it up!

While good any time of year, I suspect this will be especially delicious in the fall. What smoothie recipes are you sipping on? (And, yes, I’m sharing this one with FBG Kristen!) —Jenn

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Strawberry Pear Smoothie

Deliciously creamy strawberry pear smoothie packed with protein.

Today, I have a deliciously creamy strawberry pear smoothie for you.

If you’ve seen my previous smoothies, you know I love adding a little bit of Greek yogurt in my smoothies. Greek yogurt is loaded with protein, which makes it a really awesome post-workout snack. Greek yogurt contains twice as much protein compared to regular yogurt.

For this strawberry pear smoothie you will need the following.

You can, of course, use frozen fruits in this. When there is a good deal on fresh berries and fruits, I prefer to buy in bulk and freeze them myself.

Blend everything in a blender until smooth and enjoy.


7. Pear, Banana, Kale, and Spinach Smoothie

This vegan smoothie also has an unexpected combination, but because of the delicious fruit you don’t taste the vegetables so much, but you still get the benefits.

Vegetables also make you feel full quickly, so it is useful to add them to a smoothie. After this smoothie, you certainly don’t have to snack anymore! It is healthy and of course completely vegan!

Ingredients

  • A handful of kale
  • A handful of spinach (raw)
  • A frozen banana
  • ½ pear
  • 350 ml almond milk (or orange juice/soy milk)

Preparation method

It is best to cut the banana into small pieces before putting it in the freezer so that you can easily put the small pieces in the blender later. Finely chop the kale and spinach.

Add the banana together with the kale, spinach, and almond milk in the blender and blend the whole mixture into a smooth mixture.

If you find the mixture too thick after this, you can add extra almond milk. After this, your delicious, vegan smoothie is ready to drink!


  • 1½ cup (360 ml) water
  • ¾ pound (340 g) romaine lettuce
  • 1½ cup (45 g) baby spinach
  • 3 (205 g) celery stalk
  • 1 (120 g) apple, cored, halved
  • 1 (120 g) pear, cored, halved
  • 1 (110 g) banana, peeled
  • ½ lemon, peeled
  1. Place all ingredient into the Vitamix container in the order listed and secure the lid.
  2. Start the machine on its lowest speed, and quickly increase to its highest speed.
  3. Blend for 45 seconds or until smooth, using tamper as needed.


Watch the video: 7 Smoothie Freezer Packs. How To Meal Prep. A Sweet Pea Chef (June 2022).


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