Immunity Boosting Smoothie Recipe

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 Here’s an Immunity Boosting Smoothie Recipe for you all.  We live in a small town, with a prek-8 school.  Yesterday, about 4 dozen kids were either home sick or left school early sick.  I want to give ALL of us any boost I can to keep us healthy – or at least minimize the symptoms.  I like this recipe because it has easy to find ingredients that you don’t need to go to multiple stores for. immune boost smoothie ingredients

Immunity Boosting Smoothie Ingredients

2 cups fresh greens, we used baby spinach and baby Swiss chard
1 clementine
2 cups organic frozen strawberries
½ to ¾ cup pure coconut water

immune boost smoothie blender

Directions:

Carefully wash all of the greens and rinse the frozen berries.  Add the peeled clementine into the pitcher of the blender first, pour in the coconut water.  Follow with the baby spinach and baby Swiss chard and top with the frozen strawberries.  Our Vitamix spun this into a delicious smoothie in seconds after waiting about 5 minutes for the berries to soften a bit.  You may choose to process right away or wait up to 20 minutes. Most blenders work at different speeds so some might take an extra minute or two.   Serve immediately and enjoy!

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Immunity Boosting Smoothie Recipe
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Recipe type: Smoothie
Cuisine: American
 
Immunity Boosting Smoothie with greens, berries and clementines
Ingredients
  • 2 cups fresh greens, we used baby spinach and baby Swiss chard
  • 1 clementine
  • 2 cups organic frozen strawberries
  • ½ to ¾ cup pure coconut water
Instructions
  1. Carefully wash all of the greens and rinse the frozen berries.
  2. Add the peeled clementine into the pitcher of the blender first, pour in the coconut water.
  3. Follow with the baby spinach and baby Swiss chard and top with the frozen strawberries.
  4. Our Vitamix spun this into a delicious smoothie in seconds after waiting about 5 minutes for the berries to soften a bit.
  5. You may choose to process right away or wait up to 20 minutes.
  6. Most blenders work at different speeds so some might take an extra minute or two.
  7. Serve immediately and enjoy!

 

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4 comments… add one

  • I use a 2 cup Ninja blender
    It makes a wonderful smoothie

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  • Thanks for this, I will have to give it a try. I love coconut water!

    Bobbie Anne

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  • You know, I never really thought much about immune boosting anything…until I got older! Now, I seem to get sick whenever someone even talks about getting sick! Thank you so much for this recipe! I appreciate it!

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  • This is a great recipe. I love spinach, so it’s wonderful to have a smoothie recipe for spinach. Thank you for sharing this recipe.

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