5 Healthy Breakfast Smoothies!
5 Grape Smoothies You Might Like More Than Wine
There's a reason we heart grape smoothies—and it has nothing to do with our other favorite grape-based drink…
See, grapes are packed with antioxidants, which are proven to promote weight loss, protect your heart, and improve your overall health. You can also use frozen grapes in place of ice in your smoothies to add texture and flavor without watering your drink down.
Ready to get some grapes into your glass? Try one of these delicious-looking options:
Don't confuse this smoothie for vino. It packs way more nutritional punch than a standard glass of wine, thanks to kale, carrot, pears, pineapple, avocado, agave, plain Greek yogurt, and green grapes.
Watermelon and strawberries complement this all-fruit concoction, which is also made with green grapes. Add a dollop of non-fat Greek yogurt to make it more substantial.
A red grape, frozen banana, and spinach smoothie bowl that you can eat with a spoon? Sign us up.
Skip the bread, and go for this sip-able take on the classic peanut butter-and-jelly sandwich instead. Just combine peanut or almond butter with grapes, dates, vanilla extract, and ice.
Grapes help sweeten up this green smoothie, which is made with oranges, grapefruit, and spinach.
Video: Great Grape Smoothie
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