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Beet and Blackberry powerhouse smoothie

Beet and Blackberry powerhouse smoothie

I share a love-hate relationship with smoothies. Partly because not all combos work for me, and I have to experiment a lot to get it to taste the way I want it. But when it does, oh boy is it worth it? Totally! The only thing is I’m not so much into experimenting with smoothies cause I cannot finish it, and I hate wasting food. When it comes to baked goods, I tend to play safe most of the times and also usually whatever I make doesn’t turn out absolutely inedible (Touchwood).

Anyway, speaking of this smoothie. Beetroots are my absolute favourite, I know, most people I’ve met absolutely despise them but I think they are one of my favourite things. I usually intake beetroots in the form of savoury dishes, my Grandmother makes this absolutely divine curry which I hope someday I can replicate and share with you guys. So yes, since I always loved beetroot and I love the colour it brings to anything you put it in, I decided to use them in this smoothie. If you don’t like beets then you may leave it out and/or add half grated carrot or any other fruit of choice. Smoothies never have strict rules. You can use this as a base recipe and play with your own combos.

Let’s get smoothie making!

You’ll need:

1 small steamed and chopped/grated beetroot

1 grapefruit (segments + remaining juice)

100 g frozen/fresh berries of choice (I used frozen blackberries)

1 small frozen banana

1-2 tbsp sweetener of choice (optional)

Water to loosen the consistency (optional)

Toppings of choice- I used unsweetened dessicated coconut and hemp hearts


  1. Prepare your grapefruit, ‘supreme’ it – remove the segments and their skins, add them to your bender and squeeze out the remaining juice too from the leftover grapefruit.
  2. Add all the other ingredients except the sweetener and blend. Use a powerful blender that can smoothly blend all the ingredients or else your smoothie will be a little chunky.
  3. Once blended, taste your smoothie and add sweetener if needed and some water if you want a thinner consistency.
  4. Serve with desired toppings and enjoy!

Try it out and let me know if it works for you. Your feedback always helps me out. Also if you like my food photography you should check out my Pinterest, I have many inspiration boards there. Also, check out my Instagram and Facebook. I post everyday on my Instagram so you won’t miss a thing.

Hope you guys are doing well.

Talk to you soon,


Bakesalotlady ❤️


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