The Juicing/Smoothie COLOR CHALLENGE: PURPLE

Hello good people!!! I’m back with another COLOR CHALLENGE update! I’m a little late with posting the latest happenings with the Juicing and Smoothie group….but last week’s color challenge was PURPLE! Fruits and vegetables the color of royalty (purple) are packed with anthocyanins which can provide numerous benefits:

Here are the juices and smoothies I made and consumed for the PURPLE challenge!

Red Capple Juice: 1/2 red cabbage, 5 brocooli stalks (didn’t want to waste anything), 5 apples, 1 inch of ginger, hibiscus (sorrel) tea
Banana Berry Smoothie: 2 bananas, 1 cup frozen raspberries, 1 cup frozen strawberries, hibiscus  (sorrel) tea, flax and chia seeds,  dash of organic cane sugar
PURPLE Passion smoothie: 2 bananas, 2 cups frozen raspberries, 1 cup frozen blueberries, flax seed milk, hibiscus (sorrel) tea, and  chia seeds
Purple Breeze smoothie: frozen pinapples, 2 D’anjou pears, 1 cup frozen raspberries, 1 cup frozen blueberries, apple juice, chia and flax seeds

All of the juices and smoothies were DELICIOUS!!!!  The group is really having fun with the color challenge.  It’s been exciting to put different recipes together and to see what others have created!  We’re spreading the fruit and veggie love one cup at a time!!  Next color is RED!

What’s YOUR favorite purple fruit or vegetable??

Peace and Love

2 thoughts on “The Juicing/Smoothie COLOR CHALLENGE: PURPLE

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