What you’ll need
- 7 or more, 8 oz Ball brand freezer jars. (or anything similar that is freezer friendly)
- colander to rinse fruit
- paper towel to pat fruit dry after washingknife and cutting board (use cutting board that is not used to cut meat)
2 ripe mangos
1 – 6 oz package of raspberries
1 – 8 oz package of blueberries
1 – 16 oz package strawberries
Rinse & Pack
Rinse all your berries in the colander with cold water. Pat dry with paper towel. Cut your mangoes into small cubes and your strawberries into slices. Place about 2 strawberries per jar, about 10 blueberries, 2-3 raspberries and finish off with mangoes (enough where you can still close the lid).
These smoothie prepped jars can last you up to a month or more. Remember, the longer they stay in the fridge, the more “fridge taste” it will have.
When to use
Normally we make our smoothies in the mornings but I’ve noticed we have them around 3pm too, I guess for that afternoon “pick me up”. I make mine with coconut water only. That’s it. Nothing else. My family makes theirs with costco brand greek yogurt which is also really good and creamy. Some folks add agave. Really, it’s up to you. Pop it in the blender and make it work to your liking. Enjoy!
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