7 Days of Smoothies

Below is your shopping list for seven days of smoothies, and above are your recipes! Because really, there’s no better loophole to juicing than smoothies, is there? They’re delicious, filling and sometimes they even remind us of that childhood milkshake that – though it didn’t contain matcha – made us feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

Now we’re grownups with slightly more grownup palettes, and while we love a real milkshake every now and again, we’re usually able to substitute the straight Domino sugar with blueberries or the vanilla ice cream with dates and almond butter. Smoothies allow you to feel full and cleansed at the same time, and with warm weather here, it seems high time to start getting back into them. Get your week of groceries below (as well as pantry staples you’ll need for these), your recipes above, and thank us later…

smoothies-to-make-this-week

1 tomato (Day 1)

1 red pepper (Day 1)

3 avocado (Day 1, Day 3, Day 5)

1 red onion (Day 1)

2 bag spinach (Day 1, Day 4, Day 5, Day 7)

1 bag/bunch of kale (Day 6, Day 7)

2 Quarts Almond milk (Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 6)

1 pack brazil nuts (Day 5)

1 pink grapefruit (Day 5)

1 liter coconut water (Day 5)

1 mango (Day 5)

2 containers of raspberries (Day 5, Day 6)

1 large piece of ginger (Day 5, Day 7)

1 lime (Day 7)

1 english cucumber (Day 7)

1 green apple (Day 7)

1 container strawberries or blueberries (Day 4)

3 bananas (Day 3, Day 4, Day 6)

2 Medjool dates (Day 2, Day 3)

what-to-keep-in-your-pantry

Apple Cider Vinegar (Day 1)

Pepper (Day 1)

Salt (Day 1)

Olive Oil (Day 1)

Vanilla Extract (Day 3, Day 6)

Coconut Oil (Day 6)

Matcha Powder (Day 3)

Hemp Hearts (Day 5)

Whey Protein Powder (Day 2)

Cacao Nibs (Day 2)

Chia Seeds (Day 4, Day 7)

Almond Butter (Day 2, Day 4)

*Not into smoothies? Check out these warm detox drinks. Also try this one-week cleanse