Super Smoothie, Super You

May 17, 2016 – It may be getting hot outside, but we sure know how to keep it cool – with better-for-you super food smoothies! These super foods are packed with nutrients that will keep you feeling energized through the summer heat. Eating your fruits and vegetables never tasted so delicious.

Berry GoodSpinach Smoothie, Made with Fresh baby Spinach
It’s good… and we mean berry, berry good.

  • Season’s Choice Frozen Berry Medley
  • SimplyNature Organic Kale
  • Southern Grove Flax Seed
  • Half of an organic avocado
  • Nature’s Nectar Coconut Water

Vitamin CApple Banana Cinnamon Smoothie in small jars
Your taste buds will be happy – and so will your immune system.

  • Banana
  • Orange
  • SimplyNature Organic Baby Spinach
  • Southern Grove Chia Seeds
  • Friendly Farms Almond Milk

Cashew & Coconut
This smoothie is so delicious, it could pass for dessert.

  • Banana
  • SimplyNature Cashew Butter
  • SimplyNature Coconut Oil
  • Friendly Farms Skim Milk
  • Season’s Choice Frozen Berry Medley

Tropic ThunderPineapple smoothie with fresh pineapple on wooden table.
You can almost hear the waves and feel the ocean breeze with this tropical fruit medley.

  • Mango
  • Pineapple
  • Friendly Farms Plain Greek Yogurt
  • Southern Grove Flax Seed
  • Nature’s Nectar Coconut Water

Apples & Cinnamon
Who said apple pie was only a fall treat?

  • Organic Red Delicious Apple
  • Half of an organic avocado
  • Stonemill Essentials Ground Cinnamon
  • Friendly Farms Almond Milk

Do you have a favorite super food smoothie combo? We want to know! Share it in the comments below.

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16 thoughts on “Super Smoothie, Super You

  1. Juliette T. O'Neil

    I will ask once again that Aldi’s consider opening a store in the Lufkin Texas area. I miss this store so much since leaving Rochester, New York. There is a real need for your store in this area. A Burlington Coat Factory just opened here and Ulta cosmetics has been built ready to open next month. Please consider this. Thank you, Juliette T. O’Neil

  2. Mary

    I tried the apple and cinnamon smoothie and it was delicious. Do you realize though that none of your smoothie recipes tell you how much liquid to use? Did you do this on purpose? I just eye balled it and made it the thickness I liked!

  3. Cheryl Broome

    I am unable to walk, and I was wondering if any Aldis will have carts with baskets for handicapped in the the future?

  4. Angella

    My lunch every day is a smoothie made with an orange,banana, cup each strawberry, blueberry,non fat plain yogurt and spinach. I don’t use any water or other liquid the yogurt orange and berries have enough in them already.

  5. Laurie Garlick

    Another delicious smoothie is1 cup of Aldi’s Friendly Farms Greek vanilla yogurt (0% fat), a handful of blackberries, 1/2 cup skim milk, 1/2 frozen banana and a couple of ice cubes. Wish it in the blender and thoroughly enjoy:)

  6. Danette Wile

    Please make contests available via Web site or perhaps Facebook. I don’t tweet. Too busy to keep up with all the other forms of social mediums.

    Thank you.

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