January In Season Smoothie

@uncledibbz Start 2024 right by eating SEASONAL for January! 🌿🍍🍌 Packed with fresh nutrition in a smoothie! Get my recipe below ⬇️ or on uncledibbz.com [Link in Bio] Ingredients: • 1 cup fresh kale or spinach • ½ banana, sliced • ½ cup pineapple, chopped • ½ pear, sliced • 1 tablespoon chia seeds • 1 cup unsweetened oat milk • ½ cup plain yogurt • 1 teaspoon Uncle Dibbz’s Vital Spice Daily Blend [link in bio] • ½ teaspoon Uncle Dibbz’s Vital Spice Immune Boost [link in bio] Instructions: 1. 🌱 Wash & prep kale/spinach, banana, pineapple, and pear. 2. 🧊 Freeze prepped produce in individual bags. 3. 🥣 Blend oat milk, chia seeds, frozen produce, yogurt, and spices. 4. 🥤 Enjoy a glass of health & flavor! #UncleDibb#UncleDibbzd#ThatsGoodShawty#Smoothie #Smoothien#Nutritionals #Recipe #Wellness #Wellnesss#DanielFasting #ImmuneSystem #mourningroutine #productivity #Detox #Vegan #fyp #foryou #viral #malprep #january ♬ original sound - Uncle Dibbz 🍴



  1. Prep the Produce: Wash the kale or spinach thoroughly. Peel and slice the banana. Chop the pineapple and pear into manageable pieces.
  2. Freeze the Produce (for Future Use): Divide the kale or spinach, banana, pineapple, and pear into individual sandwich bags. Place the bags in the freezer for later use.
  3. Blend the Smoothie: Take one bag of your pre-prepped frozen produce. Pour the oat milk into your blender. Add the chia seeds and the contents of your frozen produce bag. Add the yogurt for creaminess. Sprinkle in the Vital Spice Daily Blend and Immune Boost for that extra kick of flavor and health benefits.
  4. Blend Until Smooth: Blend all the ingredients on high until smooth and creamy. Adjust the consistency by adding more oat milk if needed.
  5. Serve and Enjoy: Pour the smoothie into a glass. Take a moment to appreciate the vibrant green color and rich texture. Enjoy the fresh, nutritious, and delicious smoothie!

Dibbz Tips:

The Vital Spice blends not only add unique flavors but also boost the nutritional profile of your smoothie with spices like ginger, turmeric, and cinnamon, known for their anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties.

Why Seasonal Produce? Using seasonal produce ensures the freshest and most nutrient-dense ingredients. It supports local agriculture and provides a more sustainable option, as these items don't require long-distance transportation.

1 comment

  • Great smoothie. Easy to make and it taste good.


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