In Southeast Asia, where temperatures climb to feverish highs, locals reach for plenty of icy beverages. Thai Iced Tea is one of their favorites, and you can buy one on almost every street corner. If you’re not familiar, it’s a refreshing, sweetened drink made with black tea, spices and served over condensed milk.
Does Girl Scout Cookie season make you want to run for the hills (with a box of cookies under each arm)?
The next time you feel like caving to the siren call of those sugary treats, whip up this Vegan Chocolate Caramel Delight smoothie instead.
This pretty Matcha Pink Drink Smoothie is inspired by the unmistakable iced beverage made from green and pink layers, that meet in the middle to create a pretty layered effect.
Pro tip: Don’t know what matcha is? Find out all about it and learn about the benefits of matcha tea.
Making this gorgeous smoothie isn’t as difficult as it might seem.
Add a little taste of the tropics to your next Pumpkin Spice Shakeology smoothie!
This simple, four-ingredient recipe calls for a cup of unsweetened coconut milk beverage and a couple tablespoons of shredded coconut, in addition to your Pumpkin Spice Vegan Shakeology.
Three simple ingredients come together to create a Shakeology recipe like you’ve never tasted before. Almond butter adds a hint of nut flavor, maple syrup adds rich sweetness, and a dash of cinnamon adds delicious spice. Blend them all together with Chocolate Vegan Shakeology (or Chocolate Shakeology), and you have a five-star breakfast, snack, or even dessert.
This light and refreshing take on chia pudding combines the classic flavors of vanilla and cinnamon. A scoop of Shakeology boosts the nutrition and adds rich vanilla flavor (or try it with Chocolate Shakeology). Top with your favorite seasonal fresh fruit.
The classic flavors of chocolate and peanut butter meld together in this brownie-like treat.
Strawberry, Chocolate, and Vanilla Shakeology blend perfectly to taste like Neapolitan ice cream.
With just a spoonful of the vibrantly-colored spice turmeric, your Shakeology smoothie can become even more powerful. Turmeric contains the phytonutrient curcumin, which is best known for giving curry powder it’s bright yellowish-orange hue. But it has also been revered for centuries in Asia for its medicinal properties, many of which are now being validated by modern science.
If you want the taste of creamy chocolate without the guilt, try this.
Alcoholic beverages can be tasty, but they can also have a ton of empty calories, especially when they’re made with cream and sugar syrups. The next time you have the urge to imbibe, try this Shakeology recipe that’s made with rum-flavored extract and spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg. It tastes similar to a rum cocktail, but it’s actually good for you!
One of the many cutting edge things about Beachbody Performance Recover and Recharge are their use of phytonutrient extracts. In Recover, you’ll find pomegranate extract rich in ellagatanins—also known as “the recovery phytonutrient”, having been compared to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) like ibuprofen for alleviating exercise-induced pain, muscle soreness, stiffness, and overall inflammation. In Recharge, you’ll find tart cherry extract, in which the anthocyanins have also been shown to combat exercise-induced inflammation.
Slightly sweet and zealously zesty, this smoothie is just what you need to get energized to take on the day. Cocoa powder makes this Cafe Latté Shakeology recipe taste like a (much healthier) frozen mocha drink from a coffee shop, and the fresh citrus flavor will make it the highlight of your morning.