With an extra boost of Vitamin C, this orange and pomegranate smoothie is perfect for fall and the weather getting cooler outside.
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We often make smoothies around here. The kids love them, I love them (although I don’t make them nearly often enough for myself), but when I do they make me feel like I’ve pumped myself full of the good stuff for at least one meal.
I’ve been taking Emergen-C for the past couple of years. I especially feel better taking it during the winter months because my health is important to me. I am generally really bad about eating fruit and vegetables at home. I graze, I snack, I’ll make bacon and eggs for breakfast before picking up a piece of fruit. I know, I know … BUT, I decided that if I add the Emergen-C to a smoothie, then I’m doubling up on all the good stuff every day.
So, this smoothie recipe is quick and easy to make and is packed full of Vitamin C.
How To Make An Orange Pomegranate Smoothie
- 1/2 cup pomegranate juice
- 1 cup ice
- 1/2 cup plain yogurt
- 1/4 cup honey
- 2 packets Emergen-C Super Orange
- Juice of 1 orange
- 1 banana
- Pomegranate granules for garnish
Put everything aside from the Emergen-C into the blender and turn it on. Pour 1 packet of Emergen-C into glasses, add the smoothie, stir, and serve.
Emergen-C is packed with B vitamins, antioxidants†, electrolytes plus more vitamin C than 10 oranges and there are over 20 flavors, so you have plenty of delicious varieties to choose from
†Vitamin C, Zinc and Manganese. ^Based on using the USDA.gov nutrient database value for a large, raw orange
1,000 mg of Vitamin C plus other antioxidants Zinc and Manganese support your immune system*
You can find Emergen-C at your local Walgreens, just look for the aisle with lozenges and vitamins. And check out some more delicious recipes here.
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Wow, this looks WAY too god for it’s own good! I must try this recipe in the morning! #client