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Healthy Smoothie Freezer Packs 4 Ways

Healthy Smoothie Freezer Packs 4 Ways

If you rush to get out the door in the morning, eating a healthy breakfast doesn’t always happen. Preparing breakfasts the night before helps, but can also generate waste (hello to plastic baggies and containers). Stasher comes to the rescue as the perfect eco-friendly meal prepping solution that also saves you money (reuse it thousands of times!) and prevents freezer burn. 

Just an hour or so of washing and chopping up delicious, vitamin packed fresh fruits and veggies can result in a week’s worth of easy, grab and go smoothies. Here are a few of our favorites! Each smoothie is packed with several servings of essential vitamins and nutrients to kick start your day.

Side note: We coordinated each stasher bag with the color of the food inside to help hide potential stains!

 

 

Healthy Smoothie Prep 4 Ways

Tangy Green Smoothie

  • ½ of a ripe mango, peeled and seed removed
  • 1 large banana
  • 1 cup greens (baby bok choi or spinach are our favorites!)
  • ½ cup coconut milk

smoothie prep with stasher bag

Wash and chop all solid ingredients, then place in a lime-colored stasher bag. Press out excess air, and lay flat in the freezer to solidify. When you’re ready to enjoy your smoothie, grab a bag out of the freezer, add liquid, and blend! This sweet and tangy smoothie cleverly disguises the taste of the greens it calls for. While any greens can be used, we find that baby bok choi and spinach blend up nicely and have a milder flavor that is more easily overpowered by the mango, banana and coconut. 


Berry Beet Smoothie

  • 1 whole apple, peeled
  • ¼ medium sugar beet, roasted or steamed
  • 2/3 cup strawberries
  • ½ cup vanilla rice or almond milk
  • honey to taste (optional)

Wash and chop all solid ingredients, then place in a raspberry stasher bag. Press out excess air, and lay flat in the freezer to solidify.  You can opt to include raw beets rather than cooked, just be aware that raw beets have a slightly “earthier” and less sweet flavor. Add honey to taste if you like your smoothies a bit sweeter. To make your smoothie, pour frozen fruits and veggies into your blender with vanilla or almond milk.


Ginger Detox Smoothie

  • 1 ½  cups pineapple
  • 1 large banana
  • ½ - 1 tsp grated ginger
  • ½ cup pineapple juice

ginger detox smoothie recipe


Wash and chop all solid ingredients, then place in an aqua stasher bag. Press out excess air, and lay flat in the freezer to solidify. The amount of ginger is up to you— start with a little taste and work your way up to a larger dose if you like the spicy kick! Add honey if you want to balance some sweetness with the tang of the pineapple. To make your smoothie, blend frozen ingredients with pineapple or orange juice.  


Orange Carrot Smoothie

  • 1 medium carrot, steamed
  • 1 whole orange, peeled
  • 1 large banana
  • 1/3 cup yogurt
  • ¼ cup water or orange juice  
  • honey to taste (optional)

healthy smoothie freezer packs 4 ways

Wash and chop all solid ingredients, then place in a citrus stasher bag. Press out excess air, and lay flat in the freezer to solidify. To make your smoothie, blend frozen ingredients with yogurt and a splash or water or juice. 

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This post was written by our friend Hannah Theisen, editor of life+style+justice, founder of a beautiful refuge and a member of the ethical blogger network. connect with Hannah on instagram

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