If you don’t have fresh berries at home, you can just as easily make this recipe with frozen berries if you’ve got some in your freezer. They give a nice, fresh edge to your smoothie and you can enjoy it year-round. You can also swap out the almond milk for coconut milk, if you prefer. Or, you can use any of your favourite nut milks.
If you fancy changing it up and trying something new every day, we’ve got so many Nutribullet recipes for you to try. This way you can keep your diet varied and make sure you get a range of fruit and veg in your diet.
Make this calming Nutribullet smoothie any time of day – make sure you drink it right away. It’ll help you stay on track with your healthy eating plan, or a nice way to get all your vitamins and nutrients without having to take supplements!
Watch how to make Calming Nutribullet Smoothie
- 1tbsp raw cacao powder
- 2 soft dates, pitted
- ½ banana, chopped
- Large handful blueberries, or blackberries
- Handful greens
- Almond milk or coconut milk, to the line
Place all the solid ingredients in your NutriBullet.
Add either almond or coconut milk to the line.
Blitz for 1 minute or so until you reach smoothie consistency.