Almond-Chocolate Joy Smoothie

Almond-Chocolate Joy Smoothie

Chocolate coconut smoothie milkshake blended with cacau, coconut

Almond, chocolate, and banana blend perfectly in this delicious nutrient-dense smoothie!  

Skip the dessert and indulge in this heart-healthy alternative that's sure to bring you JOY!

Ingredients

1 large frozen banana

1/2 cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk, plus more if necessary

1 scoop Chocolate Maximum Vibrance

1 cup spinach 

**A few ice cubes

 

Toppings:

Drizzled Almond Butter

Toasted Almonds

Chia seeds

Organic, gluten-free Granola

Sliced Bananas

Unsweetened Coconut flakes

 

Directions

1. Add all ingredients except desired toppings to a high speed blender and blend until smooth.

2. Pour into a glass and top with desired toppings such as chia and granola.

Serves 1.

Greens & Glycemic Snack

Glycemic & Greens Smoothie - great for curbing sugar cravings! #vibrantrecipe

Glycemic & Greens Smoothie - great for curbing sugar cravings! #vibrantrecipe

Everyone has been buzzing over Glycemic Vibrance recently. Yes, it can be helpful in maintaining healthy glucose levels, especially for those who tend to be on the high side. But, it's also helpful in maintaining healthy metabolism rates, curbing sugar cravings, and may be helpful in your weight management strategy. This is a very simple recipe, but Glycemic Vibrance is also very enjoyable in just water – with a natural Orange-Mango flavor. 

Ingredients:

1/2 cup coconut water

1/2 cup water

Handful organic baby spinach (or try with a scoop of Green Vibrance)

Ice

1 scoop Glycemic Vibrance

Directions:

Blend ingredients until smooth & enjoy!

About the author: Kate Shanley is the Social Media Coordinator & Pet Health Consultant for Vibrant Health. She holds a B.S. in Animal Science and is also a board certified Holistic Health Coach, has a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University, and she's a dog trainer. 

The Ginger Vortex

Step out of the polar vortex and warm up with this delicious smoothie #vibrantrecipes

If you live in the Northeast like we do, you're probably pretty sick of this seemingly endless winter. The mere mention of the polar vortex sends chills down my spine, and not in a good way. One day this week the heat in our office was actually broken for the entire morning. Brrrrrr!! So when choosing our weekly recipe there seemed to be a consensus that ginger had to be involved. This smoothie was so warming everyone said it was like comfort food in a cup. 

Step out of the polar vortex and warm up with this delicious smoothie #vibrantrecipes

Ingredients:

1 large carrot

1 banana

1 chunk ginger (to taste)

2 handfuls unsalted cashews

1 cup blueberry pomegrante juice 

1 cup coconut water

1 scoop Rainbow Vibrance

Honey & cinnamon (optional – to taste)

Ice

Directions: Blend until smooth and enjoy!

Ginger is so awesome, wouldn't you agree?

Ginger is the best! #vibranthealthblog

About the author: Kate Shanley is the Social Media Coordinator & Pet Health Consultant for Vibrant Health. She holds a B.S. in Animal Science and is also a board certified Holistic Health Coach, has a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University, and she's a dog trainer. 

Valentine’s Chocolate Smoothie

Happy #ValentinesDay Vibrant People! If you feel like something filling and chocolate-y, but without a lot of guilt, try this smoothie out! #vibrantrecipes

Happy Valentine's Day everyone! We were feeling the love this morning in the Vibrant Health office and decided that obviously it was smoothie time and obviously there had to be chocolate in it. I can easily say this was the office favorite so far and it still only contains minimal sugar!

Happy #ValentinesDay Vibrant People! If you feel like something filling and chocolate-y,  but without a lot of guilt, try this smoothie out! #vibrantrecipes

Ingredients:

2 scoops Rainbow Vibrance

1 scoop Pure Green Protein Chocolate

1.5 tbsp peanut butter

1 tbsp honey

1 tbsp coconut oil

2 small handfuls baby spinach

1 dark chocolate bar of choice

2 cups water

Ice

Directions: Blend until smooth. Swoon.

This recipe made enough for about 2-3 full mugs or 10-15 little tastes. Serve little tastes at your next party instead of an overly sweet treat. It will intrigue and impress your guests!

About the author: Kate Shanley is the Social Media Coordinator & Pet Health Consultant for Vibrant Health. She holds a B.S. in Animal Science and is also a board certified Holistic Health Coach, has a certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University, and she's a dog trainer.