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Strawberry Basil Shakeology Recipe

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Strawberry Basil Shakeology Recipe
I’m a big fan of summer berries and I’ll tell you, one thing I discovered last summer was the deliciousness of a Strawberry Basil Shakeology! That was pre-blog days, so I didn’t have a good way to share my favorite way to drink Shakeology during the longest and warmest days of the year.

It’s a bit out of the box to make it this way, but the flavor combination will surprise you! What better way to use up your over abundance of basil from the windowsill or garden this summer?

Porch BasilStrawberries
Strawberry Basil Shakeology
Makes 1 shake

1 scoop of Vanilla Shakeology

1 handful of fresh basil

5-6 strawberries, frozen

1/2 or 1 banana, frozen

6 ice cubes

1 cup water*

Add ingredients to your blender. Blend and enjoy!

*I prefer to use water in my Shakeology most of the time, but sometimes I will use half water/half milk. Others prefer to use unsweetened almond milk, coconut milk, etc.

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Author: Jenn at SoulMeetsBodyFitness

Blogger and Beachbody coach at SoulMeetsBody Fitness. I want to share with you my journey of fitness and faith as I discover how intimately the soul and body are connected. It’s my hope that what I’m learning can encourage and spur you on in your own journey to a healthier life – body and soul!

3 thoughts on “Strawberry Basil Shakeology Recipe

  1. Ok so now I’m here. I’m following. Shakeology…because I think I need help. Tell me Kimosabee where do I start?! And strawberry basil? That’s what’s up. Love the combo. 🙂

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