The BEST NutriBullet Recipes you’ll Love

Are you looking for Nutribullet Recipes?  Let me share with you these recipes that are really delicious and easy to prepare. 

Why I Created this NutriBullet Recipe Post?

We all have different taste buds and preferences, but personally these are the best nutribullet recipes I’ve ever tasted.

For people who are just starting out with Juicing and smoothing, it’s important to choose vegetables that doesn’t have strong “garden” and “bitter” taste.

It’s because you might be discouraged immediately if you’ve started juicing the “bitter” vegetables.

The recommended leafy vegetables to start with are: Spinach and Kale

It seems that Popeye did some reading on why he choose spinach as his “elixir” of strong health :) It’s because Spinach’s are super-foods. They contain a lot of antioxidants and phytochemicals that are good for you.

While Kale has been a powerhouse, especially when it comes to cardiovascular disease. Kale is widely known to help improve cardiovascular health and wellness.

Ok, enough introduction on these vegetables, let me share my favorite Nutribullet recipes with you

 

1. +Spinach +Banana +Chia Seeds +Water

This is my regular drink. Bananas easily mask any aftertaste of vegetables (especially Brocolli). Chia seeds helps with proteins and have powerful antioxidants. And water can be used to control the viscosity of your Nutriblast drink.

Spinach, Banana, Chia Blast

2. The Detoxifying Nutriblast

  • A handful of Spinach (50% of entire preparation)
  • Cored Pear
  • Banana
  • Apple
  • and Pineapple Juice (water)

Starting out with Juicing and Smoothing? Then you need to detoxify first. Detoxifying is the process of eliminating all the buildup of toxins in your body (because of stress, foods and environment). In order for your liver to function properly and efficiently, you need to help it do it’s job properly.

Detoxifying Nutriblast

3. Antioxidant Power

  • Swiss Chard (a handful)
  • Avocado (I prefer to eat them than juice them, optional)
  • Yummy watermelon
  • Blue and Black berries
  • Flax seeds for Protein

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 4. Broccoli Detox

  •  Brocolli florets
  • Pineapple
  • 1/2 banana
  • 1 tsp of flax seeds
  • Fill your cup with water to the max line

 

5.  Super Kale

  • A handful of kale
  • frozen fruits (strawberries, mixed berries or anything that’s sweet
  • 1 tsp of flax seeds
  • Fill your cup with water to the max line
  • Enjoy this nutribullet recipe!

 

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Comments

  1. Tania says

    Hi Kim,

    I’ve juiced (blasted) both celery & beetroot in my nutribullet – haven’t blasted carrot yet (have only ever juiced them in a traditional ‘juicing machine’).
    I have found a recipe with carrots though – can’t remember site I got it from [Big Apologies to the author]. It’s:
    Cosy Carrot Tonic:
    – 6 large carrots
    – 1 bulb fennel
    – 2 apples
    – 1/4 – 1/2 tsp. cayenne pepper
    – 1 lemon
    – Fill your cup with water to the max line

    Hope this answers your question.
    Cheers,
    Tania

  2. Kim says

    Yes! I love carrots and parsnips with apple and fresh ginger. Make sure you use enough water with it.

  3. Jackie says

    If you use pears or apples with the peels on does it leave small pieces in the smoothie? I like my smoothie smooth

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