Vanilla Raspberry Smoothie

I started this post on June 16th, and here we are, almost two months later. It's been a whirlwind of finals, labs, studying, and a board exam, but I'm finally ready to get back to recipe development (i.e. making and eating delicious things).   This smoothie was my breakfast almost every day this spring. It whips up in minutes and tastes like a summer treat, and keeps me full all morning. I suggest using Genuine Health Vegan Fermented Protein as I have tried and tested lots of vegetarian protein powders, and this is my favorite. However, feel free to use whichever vanilla protein you prefer.    Louis The Child ft. K.Flay- It's Strange

I started this post on June 16th, and here we are, almost two months later. It's been a whirlwind of finals, labs, studying, and a board exam, but I'm finally ready to get back to recipe development (i.e. making and eating delicious things). 

This smoothie was my breakfast almost every day this spring. It whips up in minutes and tastes like a summer treat, and keeps me full all morning. I suggest using Genuine Health Vegan Fermented Protein as I have tried and tested lots of vegetarian protein powders, and this is my favorite. However, feel free to use whichever vanilla protein you prefer. 

Louis The Child ft. K.Flay- It's Strange

INGREDIENTS

1 cup almond milk
1/2 cup frozen raspberries
1/2 ripe banana
2 cups spinach (optional) 
1 scoop vanilla protein powder ( I love Genuine Health Vegan Fermented Protein) 

INSTRUCTIONS

Add all ingredients to a blender. Blend on high until smooth. If too thin, add a few ice cubes.