My baby son, Halston, is in love with sweet red grapes. He loves them sliced in a bowl at breakfast or in a smoothie. While adding grapes to a smoothie may seem unexpected, they really morph into something special, particularly with a touch of creamy almond butter.
Sweet Red Grape Smoothie
Serves 1 (290 calories)
1 cup sweet red grapes, seedless
1/3 cup plain coconut milk or Greek yogurt
1 tablespoon almond butter
1 cup water
3-4 ice cubes
Place ingredients in a good powerful blender until smooth and creamy. Thin with water or thicken with ice if desired. Enjoy!
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Noelle Twiggs is the creator of GreenLemonade. Born from both the lessons of successes (detox 101: yes!) and failures (gym-rat diet: no!), the lifestyle website provides practical—and palatable—tips, tricks, and recipes to help everyone feel more happy, energetic, and well nourished.