Wild Blueberry Smoothie Recipes Celebs Swear By
March is National Frozen Foods Month and a great reminder that frozen foods are a convenient and delicious way for all families to eat healthy. In case you didn’t know, many frozen foods have the same high nutritional value as fresh, and in some cases, they can be even better for you. One easy way to incorporate them into your daily routine is to use frozen fruits and vegetables in your smoothies. They’re easy to assemble, quick to prepare, and make a great on-the-go meal option.
It’s not surprising to see many celebrities sipping on their own wellness smoothies because of their convenience and ability to deliver a well-balanced meal on the go. And it’s certainly fun to see celebrities using wild blueberries in their smoothies, so we wanted to share how a few of these tastemakers use Maine’s iconic berry to boost their nutrition.
Try one of these two delicious smoothie recipes from celebrities who swear by them.
Wild Blueberry Smoothie Recipes Celebs Swear By:
According to Poosh, Kourtney Kardashian Barker added a new smoothie to her breakfast rotation. The celebrity’s popular health, wellness and lifestyle brand recently published her nutty flavored, hormone-balancing smoothie recipe, and it includes delicious wild blueberries. Plus, it’s vegan and gluten-free! This smoothie is on the thicker side, so make sure to blend until smooth.
- 1 cup Frozen Organic Wild Blueberries
- ½ cup Almond Milk
- 1 tsp Pumpkin Seeds
- 1 tsp Hemp seeds
- 1 tsp Flax Seeds
- 2 scoops Marine Collagen
Kate Hudson, who became famous from starring in the film Almost Famous at age 25, continues to inspire us all with her captivating smile, bubbly personality, and her active lifestyle. She shared recently on Instagram that “Movement bubbles up some happy vibes. Try it 😉 And don’t forget the happy vibe smoothie to support this whole bubbly situation!” Since launching her own nutrition and wellness line, INBLOOM, Kate Hudson has worked to help make wellness more accessible to all. Give her smoothie recipe, featuring wild blueberries, a try:
- ⅓ cup Frozen Wild Blueberries
- 1-2 scoops INBLOOM Green Protein Powder (or you can substitute with your own protein powder!)
- 1 cup Oat Milk
- ⅓ Frozen Banana
- 1 tbsp Peanut Butter
- 1 tbsp MCT Oil
- 2 tbsp Goji Berries
- 1-2 tbsp Cacao Nibs
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Frozen Foods Reduce Food Waste
Not only do frozen foods provide convenience and superior nutritional benefits, but they also help to reduce food waste, a nationwide epidemic. Frozen foods generate 47% less food waste than ambient and chilled food in the common American home.
Build a Better Frozen Food Pantry at Home
If you haven’t tried frozen wild blueberries yet, consider making them a staple for your frozen food pantry so you can make delicious and nutritious smoothies every day. Frozen wild blueberries have twice the antioxidant capacity, 72% more fiber, 32% less sugar and a more intense blueberry flavor when compared to regular blueberries found in the produce section. Having a wild blueberry smoothie is a nutritious way to start your day. Plus, wild blueberries have been linked to better brain health and cognitive performance for both kids and adults. There’s growing evidence from numerous studies suggesting eating a scoop of wild blueberries daily may be a practical and effective part of a brain-healthy diet.