Smoothie

Green goddess shake

Time poor in the mornings? Try this green smoothie made with avocado, apple and lactose free yoghourt. It'll give you the wake-up call you need and keep you full until morning tea.

Commercial|Feb 01, 2018

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  • Superfood smoothie

    With kale, ginger, mint, apple and chia seeds, this icy berry smoothie is loaded with energy-boosting ingredients. The perfect way to start the day.

    Commercial|Feb 01, 2018

  • Berry smoothie bowl

    Simply add in all the ingredients and blend to create a nutritious and beautiful breakfast loaded with berry and banana.

    Commercial|Jan 07, 2018

  • Cramp cure banana and cacao smoothie

    With potassium-filled bananas and magnesium-packed cacao and tahini, this delicious smoothie from The Australian Women's Weekly's 'Juices and Smoothies' cookbook is designed to help relieve cramps during that time of the month.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Feb 03, 2017

  • Love potion juice

    All of the ingredients in this refreshing juice recipe from The Australian Women's Weekly's Super Foods and Power Juices cookbook are thought to be natural aphrodisiacs. They also happen to contain lots of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Nov 01, 2016

  • Peach, papaya and raspberry crush

    Ice ice cold... baby. Refreshing and delicious smoothie with papaya, peaches and raspberries - perfect for summer!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 23, 2015

  • Spiced iced coffee milkshake

    These wonderfully spiced iced coffee milkshakes are the perfect weekend treats! Quick and easy to make and so delicious!

    Australian Women's Weekly|Sep 16, 2015

  • Almond and avocado protein smoothie

    Almonds are rich in nutrients such as protein, fibre, vitamin E, zinc, potassium, iron, and calcium. Almond milk also contains flavonoids, which help to lower levels of "bad" cholesterol and protect the heart. Powerful antioxidants in almonds help support a strong immune system.

    Test Kitchen|Mar 30, 2015

  • Summer sunrise

    Low kilojoule, low fat, a source of fibre and high in vitamin C. Benefits of vitamin C may include protecting our health against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, cancer, eye disease and immunity.

    Australian Women's Weekly|Mar 30, 2015