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5 Easy Ways to Zhuzh Up Your Smoothie

The summer months have us craving smoothies every day. Not only are they refreshing when it gets hot, but there are so many mouthwatering in-season fruits to blend up right now. Interested in finding ways to make your smoothies a bit more nutritious or filling? Then add one of these ingredients to your next concoction.



Everyone is on the avocado toast bandwagon, but adding some avocado to a smoothie makes it thick, creamy, and will give you a good dose of omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and vitamins like C, E, and K. You’ll feel like you’re sipping on a milkshake.


Nut Butter

Barney Butter Smooth Almond Butter, $13.49

Vitacost Organic Peanut Butter, $4.84

Nut butters are a wonderful way to add flavor and a bit of protein to your smoothies. Whether you add peanut butter or almond butter, you’ll feel fuller for longer. We love mixing them into ones that have a banana base for a delicious flavor combo.



Make your drink a little green with everything from iron and magnesium to Vitamin A and C when you throw in a handful of spinach. Trust us, you won’t even be able to taste it when it’s blended in.


Raw Cacao Powder

BareOrganics Cacao Powder Raw, $13.49

Add some chocolatey goodness to your next smoothie with raw cacao powder. This ingredient is thought to be heart-healthy and fights inflammation. If you want to sweeten it up a bit, try adding some maple syrup into the mix.


Supplement Powders

Noni Glow Skinfood Powder, AU$25

goop GOOPGLOW Morning Skin Powder, $60

Moon Juice Brain Dust, $38

Lots of companies have come out with their own proprietary blends of superfood powders that you can be easily added to your blended drinks. You’ll find everything from mixes that promote healthy guts to ones that will keep your skin glowing from the inside out.



Vitacost Rolled Oats, $4.99

If you’re looking to make a smoothie feel hearty and nourishing, oats are a great addition and don’t cost a fortune. Rich in antioxidants, oatmeal can help lower cholesterol and boost your fiber intake.


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Joyce Huang

Joyce Huang is the CCO of Previous to this she was a fashion editor and stylist for national publications and television shows. Connect with her on Instagram @JoyceInNYC.

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