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Ingredients

  • RED LAYER

    1 frozen banana
    1/2 cup greek yogurt, vanilla or plain
    1/2 tsp Zint Collagen
    1/2 cup frozen raspberries
    1/2 cup frozen strawberries
    water or liquid for blending
  • ORANGE LAYER

    1 frozen banana
    1/2 cup greek yogurt, vanilla or plain
    1/2 tsp Zint Collagen
    1/2 cup frozen peaches
    1 small orange
    1/4 cup frozen mango
    water or liquid for blending
  • YELLOW LAYER

    2 frozen bananas
    1/2 cup greek yogurt, vanilla or plain
    1/2 tsp Zint Collagen
    1 cup frozen pineapple
    water or liquid for blending
  • GREEN LAYER

    2 frozen bananas
    1/2 cup greek yogurt, vanilla or plain
    1/2 tsp Zint Collagen
    1 handful (or more) spinach
    1 cup frozen pineapple
    water or liquid for blending
  • BLUE LAYER

    2 frozen bananas
    1/2 cup greek yogurt, vanilla or plain
    1/2 tsp Zint Collagen
    1 cup frozen pineapple
    small amount of blue food coloring
    water or liquid for blending
  • PURPLE LAYER

    1 frozen banana
    1/2 cup greek yogurt, vanilla or plain
    1/2 tsp Zint Collagen
    1 cup frozen mixed berries
    water or liquid for blending
  • MAGENTA LAYER

    1 frozen banana
    1/2 cup greek yogurt, vanilla or plain
    1/2 tsp Zint Collagen
    1/2 cup sliced beets
    1 cup frozen strawberries or raspberries

Directions

  1. FOR EACH SMOOTHIE

    Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Add more liquid to help it blend if it's too thick.
    Transfer the smoothie to a bowl or container, rinse the blender and prep the next smoothie.
  2. Carefully layer each color smoothie in glasses in rainbow order. If desired, blend the smoothie using a straw or stir stick. Top each smoothie with a toothpick filled with leftover fruit.
  3. The recipe can be scaled back to yield a smaller portion. Simply cut each smoothie recipe in half.
    If you'd like to avoid canned fruit, use fresh fruit. I would suggest cutting it up and freezing it so the smoothie will still be frosty and thick.
    If you are opposed to using a small amount of blue food coloring to achieve the blue layer, it's totally fine to skip that layer! If you want to go the all natural route, here is a tutorial for how to make natural blue food coloring, or you can buy natural blue food coloring here or here as well.

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