Monday, October 8, 2012

Whole Fruit Smoothies

I am a smoothie addict. I mean, I love a great fresh smoothie. I love making them, but with little Wyatt here I dont always have time to cut up the fruit and mix everything in a blender. I have been on the lookout for products that are not only fast to serve up, but also products that are good for me and my family. It seems with the kids at school and my husband for that matter, the mornings can be quite a circus in our house, then by the time I get a chance to catch my breath and relax for a moment, it is time to pick up the kids and get homework done, get the kids to practice, make dinner, get everyone into bed then get myself and Wyatt off to bed to start our night of feedings then do it all over again. It really is exhausting, and me being a breastfeeding mom, I dont have a whole lot of time in between feedings, keeping the house in order and taking care of everything else that the day might throw at me. All of that being said, finding a smoothie product, that not only tastes good, is easy and quick to prepare, has that fresh fruit taste that I look for and is also low in calories, seemed to be a dream, that is until I was sent the new Whole Fruit Smoothies to try. I was sent one pack of each flavor to try out, and I have, as well as the rest of my family, enjoyed every flavor. Not only are the flavors amazing, but there are little chunks of real fruit in them and they only take about 20 seconds to prepare from freezer to mouth! Once you take them out of the freezer, you just put one of the cups in the microwave for 20 seconds, then your 100 calorie smoothie is ready to serve! Yes, I did say 100 calorie smoothie, it is true, these little smoothie cups are only 100 calories! So, if you are a busy mom like me and want to indulge in a delicious smoothie but dont have the time to prep and make one for yourself, then you are going to want to try the Whole Fruit Smoothies for yourself!!


This was not a paid post and honest/original opinions were used and they are my own. Thank you to the company and/or pr agency who supplied the product for review.

6 comments:

Janet W. said...

These look delicious! I really want to try it. Mixed Berry would probably be my favorite.

Kambrea said...

I will have to look into these. My kids would love them.

Marthalynn said...

These look so yummy! We love smoothies in our house. Sometimes they can be a lot of work, though! Thanks for letting me know about this.

Laura Lane said...

We like smoothies. I usually grab a handful of frozen strawberries, a bit of sugar, some flax seed, and milk and blend.

Tracy Suzanne said...

I usually don't make smoothies at home because it seems like you have to keep fresh berries or whatever at home and the frozen berries are expensive. It just seems like it's too much trouble but this looks delicious and seems simple enough to try. Thanks for sharing.

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Jessica B. said...

These look so yummy! I want to try them out. jj250@aol.com