Whether you found my page as a nursing mama wanting to get fit or an individual recovering from an eating disorder? or just someone looking for a little encouragement and maybe a few easy recipes, I am so glad you are here. And I’d love to tell you a little bit more about what it is that I really do as a wellness coach and ambassador for change!
Let me just put this out there first…I have ALWAYS had a sweet tooth, like eat all the icing off the cake type sweet tooth. So when I started hearing people say that their Shakeology helped with their cravings for sweets, well, I was skeptical to say the least. BUT I did a little research and gave it a try.
And it has made ALL the difference! So now I share it with everyone I come across because when you find something good, you share it, right?! 😉
Since I’ve now been doing this whole superfood smoothie thing for a while now, I figured it was high time I shared a few of my favorite recipes with you! And what better recipes to share for a recovering sugar addict than the CHOCOLATE ones! So check out my 5 favorite chocolate superfood smoothie recipes below (and hit me up if you need to snag some Shakeology for yourself)!
For each of the recipes, combine the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Yep, it’s that simple!
1. Almond Joy
I recently wrapped up a challenge based solely on this one concept. Self-love! I used to think taking care of me was selfish, indulgent even, until I realized that…
Self-love is self-respect.
I’m all the time looking for quick, easy breakfast options that give me a complete meal without all the fuss. I’ve found that smoothies are a great way to achieve that.
While my daily superfoods smoothie is usually my go-to, I like to mix it up once and a while, so I put this easy combination together. I mean peanut butter and banana…I’m not sure there is a more classic combination!
One of the ways that I’ve found to be most successful staying on track with healthy eating is meal planning, obviously. But aside from that, I also try to plan ahead for extra challenges by factoring our schedule and weekly activities into the plan.