Summers are here, and they call for some tasty and yummy smoothies, which will keep you hydrated and cool. Below are some interesting, exciting, and easy-to-make smoothie recipes for you to enjoy this summer.
A liquid diet is essential during summers, as the blazing hot sun can soak up liquid from the body. Even though there can be no water replacement, sometimes we can try juices, smoothies, shakes, etc., to fulfill our daily water requirement.
So, if you also want to savor the taste of some delicious shakes or smoothies, keep scrolling!
- Mango & banana smoothie
Mangoes are the favorite fruit of most of us in the summer season, and it is rich in vitamin c, helps control high cholesterol, etc. You can make only a mango smoothie, or if you want, you can add bananas to enhance the flavor. Also, you can top the smoothie with dry fruits, ice, chocolate syrup, etc., to make it tastier.
- Coconut smoothies
Coconut goes with every fruit you want to make a smoothie with, plus it is lactose-free, full of nutrients like protein, carbs, fiber, etc., and helps improve heart health, weight, and digestion. So, if you prefer the taste of coconut, you can add it to any of your smoothies, like strawberry, mango, banana, melon, pineapple, etc., for an enhanced taste.
- Lemon smoothie
Lemons are a righteous source of vitamin C, prevents oxidation, kidney stones, weight gain, etc. The smoothie could help you kick start your day better. For making the smoothie, take yogurt, milk, lemon juice, lemon zest, chia or flax seeds, and a dash of turmeric powder, and mix it all. For sweetening the smoothie, you can use honey or maple syrup, as they are healthier than white sugar.
- Blueberry mint smoothie
Blueberries and mint are pretty healthy for your body. Blueberries are antioxidant, prevent cholesterol, controls blood pressure, etc., and mint is rich in nutrients, helps with indigestions, mask bad breath, etc. This smoothie is the most effortless breakfast shake you can make. Blend all the ingredients finely, and you can make it thicker with ice or ice-cream of your liking. Adding mint leaves to the smoothie will make it tastier.
- Watermelon smoothie
Watermelons are rich in water and fiber content, so they will keep you hydrated. Plus, it helps to have a healthier heart and controls blood pressure. Watermelon goes quite well with tropical fruits like mango, pineapple, banana, strawberries. So, you can make it alone or with any of these fruits to make it yummier.
Try out these easy, healthy, and nutrient or fiber-rich smoothies at home. These will help you stay hydrated, hearty, and energized in the scorching summer heat.