Green Smoothies


Just sitting here in my best quarantine attire, staring out the window at the seagulls struggling in these 50 mph winds Boston seems to have latley, sipping my Green Smoothie.

Now. I have a million different versions of a green smoothie and this is only one of them. Until I come up with a better name for it then it will remain named “Green Smoothie”. I am taking suggestions below!

Y’all know I love my Orgain Protein Powder. I did A LOT of research before I took the leap and tried this brand. I am someone with a ton of dietary restrictions and this one is so good to my tummy.

I love my traditional mixed berry smoothie with vanilla protein powder, but since I am home quarantined, I’ve been trying to mix it up a bit to get as much nutrients as possible.  My recent venture is as follows:

  • 1 cup of frozen spinach
  • 1 celery stalk (or stem I don’t know what the right word is)
  • 1/2 a green apple
  • 2 scoops of Orgain Vanilla Bean Protein Powder

If you are sensitive to celery as it is harder to digest for some people, do less and add more apple or spinach. What I like about this one is you can’t really taste the celery, the powder and apple are more potent.

If you are looking for a new protein powder, I HIGHLY recommend Orgain. I have used them since 2016 and have never looked back! Use this link and the Code taygreeleyblog for 30% off your first order and free shipping. If you have ordered from them before, my code will still get you free shipping.

Comment below your favorite smoothie combos!



P.S. I decided not to edit the photos of myself because THIS is what quarantine looks like. My bed us un-made, the flowers in the background are dying,  I’ve had this sweatshirt for almost 15 years and I’ve been talking to construction superintendents all day. #liferightnow

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