The Benefits of Date Syrup
Adding a little bit of date syrup gives this smoothie just a touch of sweetness without adding refined sugar. Date syrup also contains potassium, magnesium, and calcium, plus beneficial antioxidants that make it the perfect natural sweetener if you're looking to sweeten things up a bit. It's one of the many ways you can sweeten your smoothie in a healthy way.
- 1 SmoothieBox OrangeSmoothie Mix
- 1 cup of orange juice
- 1/2 tablespoon date syrup
- 2 tablespoons granola
- Add all ingredients to your blender and blend until smooth. Depending on you enjoy your smoothie, you may find adding more or less liquid is required to suite your tastes.
- Pour blended smoothie into your SmoothieBox insulated tumbler, or your favorite cup will do, too.
- Top with a handful of extra granola not only for some extra crunch, but for some extra fiber and protein as well. Health tip: Look for granola that is low in sugar.
Smoothie Topping Ideas
Toppings are a great way to change your smoothie up and give it a fresh new taste each day! We like to keep a few pantry stable items on hand to make switching things up easy. Try these toppings.
- Shredded Coconut
Coconut is high in manganese, copper, and insoluble fiber.
- Flax Seeds
Flax seeds are an excellent source of fiber and omega-3 fats. Read more about super seeds for smoothies »
- Fresh Fruit
Most fruits are high in dietary fiber, vitamin C, and folate.
Also try Torrie's Berry Granola Crunch Smoothie »
Add a protein boost to your smoothie
Our whey and vegan proteins are the perfect nutrient-rich addition to your Berry smoothie to provide fuel for the day, and support post-workout recovery.
By adding just one scoop of protein to your smoothie you can adapt this recipe to create an even more well-balanced and hunger-satisfying meal.
Find out more about our vanilla and chocolate protein smoothie powders:
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