This post is sponsored by Almond Breeze Almondmilk.
Although the product was provided by the company, all opinions are my own and no compensation was provided.
Happy Hump Day! It is my first day off in over 3 weeks and I am SO excited to have the day to get things ready for my trip HOME tomorrow! I am SO excited to see friends, family, the horses, and THE WATER!
The key to getting through these busy days and busy weeks is starting off on the right foot. When I only have a few minutes for breakfast in the morning and need to grab something I can eat on the go, I almost always make a breakfast smoothie.
I always keep frozen bananas in my freezer. Unpeel them, break them in to smaller pieces, and throw them in a tupper ware container into the freezer and you have instant frozen bananas for smoothies- no ice cubes needed.
My go to smoothis is frozen bananas, peanut butter, and almond milk. I am not a fan of real milk so I always use almond milk or coconut milk. My favorite brand by far is Almond Breeze. I usually use the unsweetened variety (45 calories!), but also enjoy the sweetened almond milks for my coffee and a milk shake. I was SO excited to sample the Almond Coconut blend for my smoothie.
On an unexpectedly snowy day in April, I decided to whip up a fun smoothie for breakfast using pineapple. Whenever pineapples are on sale at the grocery store, I grab one, cut it into chunks, and throw it into the freezer for smoothies.
(Olive was very interested)
This banana pineapple smoothie hit the spot on a snowy Salt Lake City day ! If I have spinach or kale in the fridge, I will throw that in there too and make a delicious green smoothie that is sweet, tasty and packed with some veggies :)
Thankfully spring is back in Salt Lake City, well, maybe even summer now that it is 80 degrees out today. Try one of these smoothies on a hot summer day or for a great breakfast treat.