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Frozen Smoothies for Healthy Skin

Last week I posted about 7 fruits that are best for vibrant skin.  Surprisingly given all my food sensitivities, there aren’t many fruits that I can’t eat, I just don’t really like eating fruit.  I’m more of a gravy and potatoes kind of girl. That forces me to figure out creative ways to increase my fruit intake without me really noticing it.

Recently I started making smoothies so I want to share a few recipes using all of the skin-loving fruits that I mentioned in my post.  I love the simplicity of these recipes because all it requires is fruit and your imagination.  You know how when you were a kid and your parents disguised your real medicine in something sweet?  This is exactly how I treat my smoothies.  I add extra stuff (like apple cider vinegar or flaxseed) to the mix and you can barely taste it.  It has proven to be such a refreshing snack at the end of the night and it doesn’t require much.  I also don’t like adding juice to my smoothies because.....why?  The fruit brings enough sweetness to the recipe.  Try my recipes and see how you like them!

Note:  My recipes are dairy and milk free.  Since I can’t do cow’s milk, almond milk, cashew milk, want to stay away from soy milk, and have a weird reaction to oat milk, I just skip it all together.  Most recipes on the Internet include some kind of dairy product to thicken the smoothie but I find that plain ole fruit and ice do it for me.  The fruit can be fresh or frozen.  For all recipes, just throw together in a blender and blend on high until smooth.

My basic recipe makes about 16 ounces. Be sure to drink as soon as you make it; otherwise it will thin out.

My Basic Recipe

½ cup blueberries

½ cup blackberries

½ cup  strawberries

½ cup raspberries

1 cup crushed ice

1-2 tsps honey (depends on preference)

1 tsp apple cider vinegar (optional)


Sweet Berry Smoothie

1 cup pineapple, cubed

½ cup cantaloupe, seeded and cubed

½ cup raspberries

1 cup crushed ice


One day when I’m adventurous, I will try the recipe below that has avocado!  I will update when I’ve been brave enough to try it.

Avocado & Strawberry Smoothie

½ 12 oz avocado

4 oz fresh strawberries

1 tbsp honey

1 small frozen or fresh banana

2 tbsp water

1 tsp lemon juice

Taken from recipe here.

  • June 23, 2015
  • Tiffany A

I’m Tiffany, and the drastic changes to my skin in my late 20s, led me to start making my own skin products. I've learned that managing my eating habits, stress, and my skin regimen is helping to get my skin back on track. Now I blog about my skin struggles and what I’ve learned along the way. Check out my awesome body butters here.

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