Stacked Up Smoothie

While interning at Sisco+Berluti, stacking is always on the mind. Finding the right colors and textures that will complement each other when layered together is a true delight. Every time I create a stack, I indulge in the endless possibilities of unexpected pairings of arm candy. I love changing things up and making a new creation from bracelets that I already own.bracelet stack postWith stacking on the mind, I was inspired to try something new: a stacked smoothie. I layered a thick blueberry smoothie over a ripe peach & banana smoothie, and let me tell you, the end result was a perfect stack.

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Stacked Up Smoothie

1 serving

  • 1 c. unsweetened almond milk
  • 1/4 c. frozen ripe peaches
  • 1/2 frozen banana
  • 1/4 c. frozen blueberries
  • 5 ice cubes
  • Pinch of cinnamon
  • Stevia to taste
  • Combine the milk, Stevia, cinnamon, peaches, ice, banana & peaches and blend until smooth. Pour half of the smoothie into a glass. Add in the ¬†blueberries and blend until smooth. ¬†Pour the remainder on top of the banana & peach smoothie. Top with fresh berries or granola. Enjoy!
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Wheat Grass Smoothie

IMG_8229After a long weekend spent with my friends, I was in need of one of my green smoothies. But after being so busy, we were out of spinach (I know, a sin to me) so I opted for Wheat Grass.

I had a packet of Amazing Grass Organic Wheat Grass Powder from Whole Foods that I have been meaning to try out. Having only tried shots of Wheat Grass, I was a bit skeptical, but very pleased with the outcome.

Spinach has a much milder taste and is a more subtle addition to the smoothie, but Amazing Grass is a great alternative when in need of a quick serving of greens.photo 2 (3)

Amazing Grass Smoothie

1 serving

1 packet Amazing Grass Wheat Grass Powder

1 c. unsweetened almond milk

1/2 frozen blueberries

5 ice cubes

Stevia to taste

Blend until smooth. Enjoy!