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Mixed Fruits Smoothie: Banana, Blackberry, Nectarine

Enjoy the delightful flavors of summer with our Mixed Fruits Smoothie recipe, featuring the sweet and creamy blend of bananas, tart blackberries, and juicy nectarines.

This smoothie recipe is a perfect way to enjoy a refreshing and nutritious treat that balances the natural sweetness and tang of its ingredients.

Whether you're looking for a quick breakfast option or a refreshing afternoon snack, this vibrant smoothie offers a healthful boost of vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants, making every sip as beneficial as it is delicious.

Published: July 10, 2024.

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Prepare the fruits - peel off the banana, wash and dry the blackberries, wash and slice into smaller cuts the nectarine.

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Put the fruits in the blender. Also, if you want to make the smoothie more refreshing, put a few ice cubes in the blender.

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Blend everything smoothly.

If you want to make a healthy ice cream, place the smoothie in the freezer for 30-60 minutes.

Personally, I like it really fresh - put the smoothie into a suitable glass.

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And that's it - enjoy a rather refreshing mixed fruits smoothie.

If you wish, you can decorate the smoothie by adding some chocolate chips, few blueberries, and similar.

A refreshing summer smoothie made from bananas, blackberries, and nectarines offers a wealth of health benefits.

This nutrient-packed beverage is an excellent source of dietary fiber, which aids in digestion and helps maintain blood sugar levels.

Bananas provide a healthy dose of potassium, essential for heart health and muscle function, while blackberries contribute powerful antioxidants that protect against cellular damage and inflammation.

Nectarines add a burst of vitamins A and C, boosting the immune system and improving skin health.

Together, these fruits create a smoothie that not only refreshes but also nourishes the body, making it a perfect, healthful treat for hot summer days.

And if you have some extra berries from your own garden, freeze them and use in your smoothie recipes even during the winter - just dich the ice cubes when making smoothies in the winter.



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