How to Make the Perfect Green Smoothie with LINS Smoodees

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Green smoothies are one of those things that my body craves – I feel lighter, nourished and it gives me that energy that I need in the mornings. If you’re not getting enough greens in your diet – a green smoothie is such  quick and easy way to pack them in.

This week’s Lunchtime Workshop at The Working Capitol was all about making the perfect green smoothie. Who better to learn from than someone who lives and breathes smoothies all day long! Adeline is the smoothie chef and owner of LINS Smoodees. Every weekday from 4am she and her team start blending up fresh smoothies for their home delivery service.

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Adeline’s on a mission to help people eat better and feel better with green smoothies, whether she delivers them to your door or teaches you how to make them for yourself!

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Here are the pro recipes that Adeline shared for you to try at home! Happy blending!

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 LINS Smoodee’s Green Smoothie Recipes


Blending 101:

Step 1: Choose any one type of leafy organic greens available!
  • Remove the stems and use the leaves only
  • Remember to rotate your greens and not take the same type every day!
Step 2: Choose 2 or 3 of your favourite fruits!
  • Try to keep at least one of the fruits a dense fruit such as bananas, mangoes or papayas to give your green smoothie a creamy and thicker texture.
Step 3: Place all ingredients into a blender, add water, blend in less than 30 secs and voila!
Freshly made green smoothies packed with phytonutrients, Vitamin B2, Vitamin C and antioxidants!

Greenhorn:

ingredients:

  • Finger Banana (3-5 pieces)
  • Thai Guava (1 small)
  • Honey Pineapple (1/8 wedge of a medium pineapple)
  • Nai Bai or any leafy green (1 handful)

directions:

  • Place fruits in first, add water to just under the 500ml level mark on the blender jar and top it off with the greens.
  • Blend for less than 30 secs.
  • Pour and serve
  • Rinse blender and air-dry!

Popeye:

ingredients:

  • Packham Pear (1 whole fruit)
  • White Dragonfruit (1 small or half if large)
  • Passion Fruit (1 whole fruit, only the pulp)
  • Finger Banana (1 piece) ~ optional. For sweetening if necessary
  • Fu Gui Cai or any leafy green (2 handfuls)
  • Sunflower Shoots or another microgreen (about 5-10 shoots)

directions:

  • Place fruits in first, add water to just under the 500ml level mark on the blender jar and top it off with the greens.
  • Blend for less than 30 secs.
  • Pour and serve
  • Rinse blender and air-dry!

Peter Pan:

ingredients:

  • Finger Bananas (2-3 pieces)
  • Packham Pear (1 whole fruit)
  • Honey Pineapples (1/8 wedge of a medium pineapple)
  • Fu Gui Cai or any leafy green (2 handfuls)
  • Endives or another leafy green (1 handful)
  • Sunflower Shoots or another micro green (about 5-10 shoots)

add-ons:

  • Cinnamon (1/2 teaspoon)
  • Coconut Oil (1 teaspoon)
  • Flaxmeal (1 teaspoon)
  • Tahini (1 tablespoon)

directions:

  • Place fruits in first, add water to just under the 500ml level mark on the blender jar and top it off with the greens.
  • Blend for less than 30 secs.
  • Pour and serve
  • Rinse blender and air-dry!

 

A big thanks to everyone who joined – it was so lovely getting to know you. Thanks Adeline for sharing your time and skills with us! If you’re in Singapore, please check out LINS Smoodees at their Studio & Bar in Valley Point Shopping Centre!

Do you have a favorite smoothie blend? Please share it with us in the comments below!

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1 Comment

  • militza
    cris Reply

    I have been reading a number of articles stating that drinking (fruit) juices has a lot of fructose instead of the fibres which is what the body really needs. Better off eating fruit. How true is that? Also, the recent marketing and availability of slow juicer, cold-pressed juicer. How good are they with the normal blender in comparison? I can’t really tell if using the former two, I am really having the nutrients in my juices.

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