We've all been there. Youneedyour morning smoothie, but you hit snooze a few too many times (OK, it was seven). And between peeling a banana, opening a new bag of frozen blueberries, cleaning off the measuring cup, and realizing that the spinach you bought earlier in the week has already started to droop, that will take at least 10 minutes right there... precious minutes that could be spent doing things like drying your hair and working on the stained shirt you want to wear. That's why it's time to start meal-prepping your smoothie recipes, ensuring breakfast takes no more than 60 seconds.
Here's how to do it: Set aside 15 minutes on Sunday to throw the greens, fruits, and coconut water cubes (ice cubes made of frozen coconut water for a touch of sweetness) into small baggies, label them with the day of the week, and then pop them in the freezer. Frozen fruits and veggies make the ideal rich and creamy smoothie consistency (IMO). In the mornings, dump your unsweetened almond milk and frozen ingredients into the blender. Let your roommate/husband/wife/partner clean it.
Since we tend to get tired of the same flavors every morning, we've switched up the recipes a bit so each one will taste like you're drinking something special.
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