Ingredients for this recipe include a variety of fruits such as: Raspberries, strawberries, mangoes, blueberries, kiwis, and bananas, etc., 1 cup of water, milk, or yogurt.
Honey is optional.
Utensils: 7 Ziplock bags, a blender, cutting board, knife, and a 1 litre bottle
As a university student, you tend to forget to eat healthy and watch your diet.
A simple and quick way to make sure to eat healthy is to stock your tiny fridge with this quick and delicious smoothie, which can be made with endless fruit combinations.
First, chop up your selected ingredients using the cutting board and knife.
Then, distribute the fruit evenly between the seven zip lock bags to be frozen overnight.
Other combinations include: Raspberries, strawberries, and mangoes; Raspberries, blueberries, and strawberries (highly recommended with milk or yogurt); Kiwis, strawberries, and Peaches; Pineapple, banana, mango, and strawberries; or banana and strawberry, the classic combination.
The next morning, select a bag of the frozen mixed fruits and toss them into the blender along with 1 cup of water, milk, or yogurt.
For those looking to satisfy their sweet tooth with a healthy option, the addition of honey can be made at this point as well.
Finally, blend the mixture until the consistency is “smooth-ie.”
Then drop your homemade booster juices into your 1 litre bottle.
Tip: to get all your vitamins and get rid of any unwanted aftertaste, mix fruits you dislike and like into this morning blend.
Please note that this article does not constitute nutritional advice. Consult a nutritionist for healthcare issues.