Berry-Choc Thrive Smoothie

This thrive smoothie is definitely one I gravitate to, especially post training. With the #5tothrive protein, healthy fat, fibre, dark leafy greens, and coloured cellular carbs (carbs with their fibre wall in tact) this also packs a polyphenol punch due to the mixed berries. The combination of chocolate and berries works so well in this smoothie – you won’t taste the greens!

Looking for other varieties that are Thrive Smoothie approved? I now have 12 VERY different and absolutely delicious Thrive Smoothies! Each of them has been formulated using science to help balance your blood sugar, increase insulin sensitivity, regulate your hunger hormone, feed your good gut-buddies in your microbiota, curb sugary cravings and keep you feeling full for hours. Here are the 10: Thrive Smoothie OG, Resort-Refresh Thrive Smoothie (fruit-free), Berry-Basil Thrive Smoothie, Masala-Chai Thrive Smoothie (fruit-free), Mocha-Mousse Thrive Smoothie, Choc-PB-Nana Thrive Smoothie, Matcha-Mint Thrive Smoothie, (fruit-free) Golden-Creamsicle Thrive Smoothie, Piña Colada Thrive Smoothie, Snickerdoodle-Holiday Thrive Smoothie and my Pumpkin-Pie Thrive Smoothie! Don’t forget to tag me if you make this recipe on my Instagram at @thrivewithpriscilla – I love seeing your creations! Happy

Berry-Choc Thrive Smoothie

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Recipe by Priscilla Soligo Course: Breakfast, Chocolate, Thrive Smoothies

Ingredients

  • 300g 1¼ Cups Unsweetened Almond Milk, or coconut milk, or flax milk, or cashew milk

  • 90g ½ Cup Frozen (or fresh) Mixed Berries

  • 50g ½ Small Frozen (or fresh) Banana

  • 45g 1½ Cups Dark Leafy Greens

  • 30g 1 Heaped Tbsp Almond Butter, or Cashew Butter, or Coconut Butter (choose your fav nut, or seed butter, or make a combo!)

  • 20g Scoop Chocolate Protein Powder (20g is the amount of protein not the weighted measurement.)

  • 14g 2 Tbsps Fibers to choose from: Chia (thicker smoothie), or ground flax, or acacia (thinner smoothie & most gentle), or psyllium husk or powder (no more than 1 Tbsp, as it’s super thick – mix with 1 Tbsp of another fiber here), or use a combination. Start with and if you’re still hungry add an extra Tbsp next time. Drink plenty of water when increasing fiber intake and go slow.

Directions

  • In a high speed blender add in all of the liquids
  • Add in all other ingredients and blend until creamy smooth.

Notes

  • Storage: Smoothie is best consumed at the time of making, as it will not have oxidised. Otherwise, store in the fridge in an airtight sealed container overnight. Storage: Smoothies are best consumed immediately after blending to prevent oxidation and for best taste, nutrient density, and flavor. I recommend having your ingredients prepped ahead of time and quickly blending before you head out the door if you are taking this on your way to work, or out with you. Thrive smoothies are potable too!

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