Seasonal Apple Smoothie

Smoothies are easy to make and can be made from anything you want. Homemade smoothies let you control the amount of sweetness, tang, and color.

This recipe is really simple with only a handful of ingredients. Apples and bananas are always available in markets in a lot of countries. This smoothie is perfect for breakfast due to its high fiber content.


• 1 apple
• 1 banana
• Half a cup of ice
• 1 tsp of honey
• Flax seeds
• Half a cup of freshly squeezed orange juice
• Pure vanilla extract


This recipe takes about 5 minutes to make. Serves 1.

Cut the apple into wedges.
Place apple wedges, banana, honey, flax seeds, orange juice, and pure vanilla extract into a blender.
Blend together until smooth.

Ideas And Tips:

• Flax seeds are optional. However, make sure to grind the seeds first so that they can be easily digested. Another alternative is to add chia seeds to this smoothie. Flax seeds are high in protein, dietary fiber, B vitamins, thiamine, magnesium, and phosphorus. Studies show that consuming flax seeds help reduce cholesterol in the blood.

• This recipe uses granny apples but go ahead and use whatever apple you have on hand or prefer.

• If you don’t have ice on hand, you can also freeze your banana and apple.

• Aside from honey, you can also use maple syrup, agave nectar, or none at all. The fruits have natural sweeteners already.

Seasonal Apple Smoothie
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