I have always believed that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I would like to start mine with a glass of healthy smoothie. However most of the times I end up with a mug of tea and a toast or a cracker. But last year I decided to make some changes in my lifestyle and started exercising and tried eating healthy. One of my regular routines was trying new recipes for smoothies after workouts. Then one day while shopping at IKEA, I tried one of the Naked Juice smoothies at their restaurant and was instantly hooked on to it. I loved it so much that I almost tried all their flavors in just about a month.
But today I’m putting a twist on these and making a healthy smoothie fizz instead. By adding a few ingredients we’ll transform it into a great summertime drink and a definite crowd-pleaser. This recipe is not only super healthy (with an extra boost of vitamin C), but also a stylish looking drink for your all those parties you’re planning to throw this summer.
I used these DIY mid-century modern inspired glasses (Was totally inspired by Mad Men Style) and this DIY color blocked serving tray.
The best part is the flavors Naked offers with a mix of fruits and veggies. They even have chocolate banana protein smoothie! I am still trying to stay on track but lately have been busy with work and the health routine has taken a back seat. But these smoothies still make their way in my refrigerator and many a times I even skip a meal to have one. I wish I could stick to an exercise routine which such dedication.
Naked Smoothies (Flavors: Berry Veggie, Peach Guava, Might Mango, Kale Blazer). They are 100% fruit and Veggie Juice smoothies with no sugar added.
Coconut Water (I used the Central Market Brand), you could use any brand of your choice.
Club Soda (Any Brand of your choice)
Just add ice to the glasses, pour the coconut water, club soda and lastly add the smoothies. It’s also fun to watch how the juice being thicker than the rest of the ingredients, slowly trickles down the glass.
Add a Little bit of Rum or Vodka would go nicely with fruity flavors.