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Five Smoothie Recipes To Try This Spring Break

By March 10, 2015Eat

Whether you’re on spring break or dreaming of it, you’ve got to try these five smoothie recipes. They’re fresh, nutrient-packed and, quite frankly, delicious. 

Blood Orange Smoothie

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If you’ve never had a blood orange, you should buy one just to marvel at it’s beauty. Seriously…once you cut it open, it’s like a piece of art. But once you’re done staring at the fruit, try this blood orange smoothie from The Collegiate Vegan. It’s packed with vitamin C, potassium, calcium, and protein.

Pina Colada Protein Shake

Five Smoothie Recipes for Spring Break | Fit University

If you like pina coladas and getting caught in the rain, this smoothie is for you. Fresh, tropical, and a whopping 40 grams of protein, you’ve got to try this pina colada protein shake from Dashing Dish

Strawberry Banana Chia Smoothie

Five Smoothies to try Spring Break | Fit University

This strawberry banana chia smoothie from Oh She Glows is actually made for two. Make it for you and a friend or just have half now and save the rest for later. Fun fact about chia seeds: they expand up to 10x their size when digested so they help you stay fuller longer. 

Blueberry Spinach Smoothie

Five Smoothies to try Spring Break | Fit University

Why eat your veggies when you can drink them? Sometimes it’s hard to get in a proper serving of vegetables but you can kill two birds with one stone by blending your greens into a smoothie. You can’t taste it at all, I swear. Try this blueberry spinach smoothie from Alaska from Scratch and see for yourself.

Dark Chocolate Peppermint Protein Shake

Five Smoothies for Spring Break | Fit University

Is an explanation really needed after that picture? This dark chocolate peppermint protein shake from Fit Foodie Finds has all the sweetness you could ever need without overloading you with sugar and fat. 


Author Sarah Gaines

Sarah Gaines in the founder Fit University. Her favorite things include weight lifting, yoga, cooking, social media, traveling & ice cream. Personal motivation: changing the college fitness game.

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