Post Exercise Workout Smoothie Recipe #BBBProduct #freshfruitbowl

So when I found out that Good Cook had a new bowl out for Fresh Fruit I knew exactly what I was going to use mine for.  I make a smoothie every morning after exercising.  I’m running around 6 miles every other day.  

This bowl is perfect for going and picking some fresh fruit and veggies from the garden.  Just enough for one smoothie for me!  

post exercise workout smoothie

My smoothie ingredients fresh from the garden and berry patches.

I took my bowl out, got some spinach, some kale, some blueberries, and some strawberries.  Oh yummy!  Seriously this stuff is really good even if you don’t think so at first.

Right now this bowl is only available at Bed Bath and Beyond and not on the Good Cook website.  

workout smoothie

Oh it looks good enough to eat! or drink!

This bowl is so cool though!  It has 3 pieces.  You have a large bowl, a colander inset, and then a lid.  I love that the bowl has a silicone type ring on the bottom that helps to keep the bowl from moving around. I’m loving this for using in my garden picking!  It is exclusively available at Bed Bath and Beyond though so don’t go looking for it on the Good Cook website!

post exercise workout smoothie

All ready and waiting to be blended!

 

 

It’s called the Profreshional Fruit Bowl and it not only helps to keep the fruit fresh, but it’s super easy to separate the fruit from the juice when you need it.  The bowl is quite a bit larger than you think it might be.  I loved how large it truly was and how much fruit could be placed in it.

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Ready and waiting!

Post Exercise WorkOut Smoothie
The perfect smoothie to drink after an early morning workout.
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Ingredients
  1. handful of kale
  2. handful of spinach
  3. half a dozen strawberries
  4. large handful of blueberries
  5. scoop rice protein or whey protein
  6. one half banana
  7. one half cup plain yoghurt
  8. one half avocado
Instructions
  1. Get out your blender.
  2. Put all ingredients in the blender.
  3. Blend or Puree until fully mixed.
  4. Pour into mason jar.
  5. Enjoy!
Notes
  1. If this seems too thick to you simply add some almond milk. I tend to not add the milk as I like a really thick smoothie.
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50 comments

  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    I like smoothies after I workout, too. They are a great way to help your muscles recover after a good workout.

  2. Lexie Lane says:

    You definitely burn calories faster if you eat AFTER you workout. Great recipe! I will have to give this a try!

    • Erin S. says:

      I didn’t know that until recently. I just never liked eating before working out thinking I’d possibly get sick or something.

  3. Kandi says:

    That sounds like a really good smoothie! And wow. 6 miles! I don’t know how you do it with all those kids! Most troopers I know don’t even run that much! Good Job!

    • Erin S. says:

      I make my husband watch the kids for me in the morning or after bedtime. I try to run 6-7 miles at least 3 times a week and am trying a new workout program to lose this stubborn mommy tummy!

  4. Touristmeetstraveler says:

    Looks like a very healthy workout smoothie, love all the greens in there.

  5. Amanda @ Erickson & Co. says:

    I love smoothies! I eat one almost every day. Homemade yogurt and frozen fruit makes a really good one! I love how I can put anything I want to in them!

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