7 Celebrity Smoothie Recipes to Put in Your Blender This Week ...

I’m a shameless smoothie nut, and apparently I’m not alone, with all the celebrity breakfast smoothies that are so popular with the stars today. You don’t need tons of money to make a great tasting smoothie, nor do you need a pricey blender. I will say, the expensive blenders are worth every single penny, and I’ve probably already paid for mine just in smoothies alone. However, even if you have a standard household blender, join the rich and famous in making a few of their favorites, which are simple, delicious and pretty cheap! These celebrity breakfast smoothies are approved by the stars’ trainers as well, so no worries in wondering if they are healthy or not. Quit buying pre-made smoothies and make some of these delicious blends at home instead. Plus, then you’ll get to feel super elite and tell your friends that you’re drinking Gwyneth, Kim, or Jessica’s favorite breakfast, maybe even at the exact time as they are!

1. Harley Pasternak’s Breakfast Smoothie

Harley Pasternak is the creator of one of the most popular celebrity breakfast smoothies out there. Trainer to Jessica Simpson, Rihanna, Kim Kardashian, Halle Berry and more, Harley Pasternak has become famous off of this one smoothie alone the last few months. Harley says he thinks this smoothie is the perfect combination of nutrients, and since it is blended, it is easy to digest and a great way to start the day out on the right track. For a total of 382 calories, it sounds delicious, healthy and pretty filling! Plus, you can make this in any blender you wish, but I would suggest following the directions exactly to get the smoothest blend possible.

5 raw almonds
1 red apple
1 banana
3/4 cup nonfat Greek yogurt
1/2 cup nonfat milk
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon

Place all ingredients in a blender. Depending on how powerful your blender is, you may need to chop the apple and almonds into small pieces before blending.
Blend on medium-high for 30 seconds or until desired consistency.

Source: fitsugar.com

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