Workout Recovery Smoothie

Fuel your body with nutrient dense foods.

What does your body really need before and after strenuous workouts

After Workout Smoothie Recipe


8oz almond or coconut milk

2 scoops Arbonne Chocolate Protein Powder

1 frozen banana

1/2 cooked beet

1 Tbsp almond butter


Add liquid to blender.

Add the rest of ingredients.

Fill with water or nut milk to the max fill line.

Blend until smooth.

Plant-Based Protein Powder Info

Purely Plant Powered Protein Vegan Certified
I fully trust the safety of Arbonne’s Products

Link to Protein Powder I used

10 Comments Add yours

    1. Chris says:

      I do too. Simple, easy, not heavy on the system and they can be so good for us. Yum 😋


  1. markbierman says:

    Great recipe! I have found that adding blueberries to post workout shakes also cuts down on recovery time.

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    1. Chris says:

      That’s great advice. It doesn’t surprise me that those little gems cut down on recovery after your workouts. They are absolutely one of my favorite things to add to shakes, salads, eat fresh or frozen. My favorite superfood, a great source of antioxidants, fiber, vitamins, minerals, and water for hydration. You can’t go wrong with blueberries. I love ❤️ them. I’m glad you like them too.

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  2. Ooo yumm that sounds delicious

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    1. Chris says:

      It really is yummy AND healthy. Thank you for your encouraging comment, Kristy.

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      1. 💝🎉💕🎊🍰

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    1. Chris says:

      I do too. Probably one of the quickest, healthiest breakfasts I can think of.

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