Blueberry smoothies are always popular and my local store has frozen blueberries on offer, so we’ll have a few over the next week or two.

Blueberries are a nutritionist’s dream. They are rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, they provide plenty of vitamin E and dietary fiber. Blueberries are good sources of magnesium, calcium, zinc, vitamin K and omega-3 fatty acids which are great for heart health. It’s thought that zinc may have benefits in fighting a cold.

 

This recipe is delicious and filling and there’s an optional few almonds thrown in to help curb the appetite. The smoothie is based on one from Jessica at her website, JessicaNWood. Jessica says …

Smoothie-making has always felt like such a PRODUCTION to me. My blender is usually in the back of the cabinet. There are lots of pieces to it and cleaning it is a pain and by the time I have it all out and ready to go I’m completely over the entire idea of the smoothie.

 

BUT.

 

I recently realized I could use my immersion blender and a mason jar for quick and easy smoothie-making with very little cleanup and I am now officially on the smoothie train …

 

A healthy and filling smoothie recipe with only 5 ingredients. I love making a batch of these smoothies in mason jars using my immersion blender and storing them in the fridge.

 

Please turn to the Next Page (click button below) for the Weight Loss Program: Blueberry Oat Meal-Replacement Smoothie recipe …

 

 

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