Strawberry Banana Nut Green Smoothie

Posted on May 20 2014 - 11:05am by somayar


I LOVE smoothies but I hate that they are so fattening. So I made it my mission to learn to make them healthy. I’m getting more into my juicing and trying out new things that work. When we were young my grandma always told us to try home made remedies for anti aging. Even though we are young she always stressed that a women can never be too healthy or t young. I didn’t get it now but I get it now. Leading a healthier lifestyle truly does give you a “glow” and makes you feel better. My skin is clear and never fails to look great without my red carpet makeup. I have noticed that even now on my cheat days that I never quite feel right after having them. Eating like that just doesn’t sit well in me. I have trained my body to reject bad foods. Juicing daily is now a part of my daily routine. I don’t “fast” or use it as “detox diets” I use it to add more vitamins to my body and for overall optimal health. Anyways! I want you to try this. It’s not hard to make either.



Serves 1-2

  1. Kale, 1 leaf
  2. Ice cubes, 2 of them
  3. Unsweetened almond Breeze milk, 1/2 a cup
  4. Water, 1/4 a cup
  5. Strawberries, 4 of them
  6. 1 whole banana
  7. Raw unsalted almonds, a handful


Wash all your fruits, take the Kale lead off the stem (eating the stem is optional), cut the strawberry stem off too, peel the banana, and put it all in the blender. Add the milk, almonds, water, ice and BLEND!! Don’t add any additional sugars ever. Not even agave. Blend until until it looks smooth like a smoothie. For a thicker texture add more ice, less water. Blend and enjoy!

Con Amor,

Somaya Reece

2 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

  1. Cali_girl805 August 12, 2014 at 1:06 pm - Reply

    ok so as ive said before I am picky with everything. would it be ok to drain the juice due to the fact that I have a regular blender and I dont like the seeds. or will this be a big NO and I have to just drink it like that?

    • somayar August 13, 2014 at 8:51 am - Reply

      A big no.

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