Strawberry Watermelon Smoothie

Two glasses of Strawberry Watermelon Smoothie on a white background with small cubes of watermelon on top and a strawberry on the side of the glass.

This Strawberry Watermelon Smoothie is my favorite summertime refreshing smoothie! This simple combination never gets old and it’s equally popular with kids or adults. The sweet berry flavor pairs perfectly with the juicy watermelon. It’s frosty cold and a touch of mint makes it even more refreshing as a variation. There’s no bananas involved in this smoothie, just 3 simple ingredients. It’s also gluten free, dairy free, vegan, and paleo as well.

Two tall glasses of Strawberry Watermelon Smoothie against a grey backdrop with watermelon slices around them and a strawberry on the sides of the glasses.

This smoothie is summer in a glass! It’s so refreshing whenever temperatures soar, and it’s perfect for summertime activities. I first started making this smoothie after we hiked Turtle Mountain in Crowsnest Pass, Canada.

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How to Make a Smoothie (35+ Recipes)

Five smoothies in a row on a white background, strawberry, mango, morning glory, pineapple green smoothie, and blueberry pie smoothie with berries around the smoothies.

These tips for How to Make a Smoothie along with 35+ Recipes will keep you going all year long! There’s everything from summer berry smoothies, to tropical smoothies, green smoothies, and no banana options as well. There’s dairy free tips, plus how to add superfoods to your smoothies to increase the nutritional value. They’re all gluten free, healthy, and oh so tasty.

Five smoothies on a white background with orange slices and blueberries around them.

Have you ever just piled things into a blender, and then ended up with a smoothie that wasn’t all that tasty? I sure have, more than just a few times really! This has happened to me a lot while trying to develop just the right ratio in my recipes. So with my 35+ recipes to choose from, you never have to have a bland, or downright yucky experience again.

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Strawberry Rhubarb Sauce

Strawberry Rhubarb Sauce in a grey pottery bowl with a wooden spoon with rhubarb stalks on the side with a blue and white linen on the other side.

This Strawberry Rhubarb Sauce is simple to make, and there’s no refined sugar! Instead you can use either maple syrup or honey which both make for an incredible flavor pairing with this dynamite duo. The sweetness of the strawberries tempers the tangy nature of rhubarb so you don’t need quite as much sweetener either. This sauce keeps well for days in the fridge, and it’s perfect over my Homemade Coconut Ice Cream. Or try it with your favorite creamy yogurt topped with my Maple Cinnamon Granola.

Strawberry Rhubarb Sauce in a grey pottery bowl with a wooden spoon and a blue and white linen on the side with 3 stalks of rhubarb on the other side.

Have you ever eaten raw rhubarb? Well… I wouldn’t recommend taking a very big bite that’s for sure! My Grandpa used to think it was so funny to initiate each of his grandkids into rhubarb by feeding it to us raw. It’s incredibly sour, and he would be laughing so hard at our puckered up faces that he’d pretty much fall to his knees with mirth!

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Strawberry Banana Smoothie

Two glasses of Strawberry Banana Smoothie topped with banana sliced and diced strawberries with a strawberry on the side of each glass.

This classic Strawberry Banana Smoothie recipe never gets old with it’s sweet berry flavor. This one gets a slight upgrade with a touch of vanilla to bring out the flavors and make it even tastier. There’s lots of options to change things up with this recipe using any kind of yogurt and milk you like. You can also make this with fresh or frozen fruit, so it’s the perfect all season smoothie.

Two glasses Strawberry Banana Smoothie topped with banana sliced and diced strawberries and a blue and white linen striped linen on the side.

I love finding new flavor combos, but I never get tired of the classics either. I’m pretty sure a strawberry banana smoothie was the first smoothie I ever made when my mom first got her Vitamix. We had never had a blender before in our house, and it was a blast getting started with all the fun things you can make in one.

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How To Make Overnight Oats (with 10 Flavors)

5 of the 10 Overnight Oats flavors on a white background and grey backdrop, (tropical, blueberry almond, PBJ, creamsicle, and carrot cake).

Everything you need to know for How to Make Overnight Oats with 10 Flavors! This super easy make ahead breakfast is perfect for meal prepping. It’s gluten free and you’ll find my dairy free tips below as well. Overnight oats are typically served cold, but you can warm them up too. The 10 flavor variations are all based off dessert flavors, which means you can eat a healthy breakfast that tastes like you’re having dessert!

PBJ overnight oats in the front with blueberry almond and tropical oats in the background.

What is the big deal about overnight oats anyways? I promise the answer to that question is in your first bite of overnight oats! At first it may sound like a weird concept to eat a cold oats mixture for breakfast. And while you can heat these up, you’ll find the cold version to be incredibly delicious, and a lot like eating dessert for breakfast.

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