5 Smoothies That Taste Like Girl Scout Cookies

People in the USA adore Girl Scout cookies. Their taste is simply amazing, but sadly, they show up on our waistline.

Fortunately, in this article, we’re going to present you 5 healthy ways to enjoy these tasty cookies and not to worry about your waistline at all!

These are the 5 healthiest smoothies that don’t contain sugar or preservatives. They are only abundant in some very nutritious ingredients.


Tagalongs Smoothie

This smoothie is prepared with peanut butter and avocado. It tastes amazing and is full of healthy fats and protein. The carob powder it contains offers antioxidants, but it has also been proved to be able to decrease the levels of cholesterol and improve the digestion.

This is a smoothie that won’t make you feel guilty after you’ve eaten plenty of cookies!

Tagalongs Smoothie Recipe: Combine one tablespoon of carob powder, ¼ avocado, one cup of ice, one banana, one cup of almond milk and two tablespoons of peanut butter. If you think it’s too thick for you, you can put another half a cup of water.


Thin Mint Smoothie

This smoothie is refreshing, re-energizing and delicious! It’s a mixture of chocolate and mint. Mint can help you improve your digestion. Spinach and cacao are abundant in antioxidants.

Combining these ingredients will improve your overall health and your mood. You can also add a banana to intake more potassium and keep you hydrated and energized throughout the whole day.

Thin Mint Smoothie Recipe: Combine one chopped apple, one banana, 1 ½ ounces of baby spinach, one cup of water, five stemmed mint sprigs, one cup of ice and one tablespoon of cacao powder into a blender. Blend it all well for 3 minutes. Add 1 teaspoon of cacao nibs in the end and blend for 30 seconds more.


Ginger Lemonades

This is a smoothie based on traditional lemonade. It’s amazing for your internal organs as well as your skin. It contains plenty of vitamins A and C that are amazing for the health of our skin. Lemon and ginger are amazing for our digestive system.

If you add some pumpkin seeds, you’ll increase the levels of magnesium and potassium that will decrease the chances of a heart attack and diabetes. They will also improve your immune system.

Ginger Lemonades Recipe: Combine lemon juice from ½ lemon, one chopped apple, one cup of ice, one cup of chopped carrots, one cup of water, a peeled 12 inch of ginger and one tablespoon of pumpkin seeds.


Rah-Rah Raisin

This green smoothie is abundant in health benefits as well as a delicious taste. The raisins and the oats contain plenty of fiber that will keep you full for a longer period of time and you’ll improve your digestion.

Oranges contain plenty of vitamin C that is especially helpful for our immune system. Carrots contain plenty of chlorophyll and magnesium.

Rah-Rah Raisin Recipe: Combine ¼ cup of gluten-free oats, one chopper pear, one cup of ice, one ounce of carrot tops, one tablespoon of raisins, one orange (peeled), ½ teaspoon of cinnamon and one cup of water.

Caramel Delights

This is a very famous Girl Scout recipe. It offers an abundance of antioxidants that will help you fight the free radicals because it contains cashews. Their taste is similar to caramel and is very specific. Pineapples, greens and pears will increase your levels of pectin, fiber, potassium and vitamins A, B and C.

Caramel Delights Recipe: Combine ¼ cup of cashews, one chopped pear, one tablespoon of shredded coconut, one cup of water, 1 ½ oz of broccoli leaves, one teaspoon of lucuma powder, one cup of ice and 4 ounces of pineapple.

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