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Monday

Whether you’ve been partying hard or you just need a boost for the busy week ahead, then try our Monday Morning Detox smoothie.  All the ingredients below are great Detox foods - beetroot for the liver, celery stimulates the digestion, carrots relieve water retention and apples are rich in fibre, vitamins and minerals.

Half a raw beetroot
1 stick of celery
3 large apples
2 large carrots

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Tuesday

Monday often feels like the longest day of the week. So if you feel shattered by the time Tuesday comes around, then you probably need Eat in Colour’s fatigue busting, Instant Energy Boost fruit smoothie. Apples are a delicious, healthy, energy-boosting snack packed full of vitamin C which will also give the immune system a leg up. 

4 carrots, unpeeled
1 apple, unpeeled and un-cored
1 kiwi fruit, peeled
Handful of parsley with stems

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Wednesday

Congratulations! You’ve made it half way through the week, so go ahead - put your feet up and treat yourself to this indulgent Luxury Orange Chocoholic smoothie. Oranges are packed with goodness, most abundantly vitamin C – which is involved in a large number of biological processes, making it essential for health.

1 banana peeled
1 medium/large orange peeled
5 strawberries
2 good scoops of chocolate ice-cream
6 squares of milk or dark chocolate

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Thursday

Only two more days to go, just one more push and it’ll be the weekend. In the meantime, keep your energy levels from flagging with Eat in Colour’s Sustaining smoothie.  Oats are a great source of slow release energy which reduces the desire to snack. Liven up this energy packed smoothie by adding tasty fruit such as bananas – which are a good source of energy, fibre, vitamin C, magnesium, potassium, and are rich in vitamin B6.

235 ml milk
40g rolled oats
1 banana, broken into chunks
14 frozen strawberries

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Friday

Hooray. It’s the weekend. Enjoy sipping Eat in Colour’s Cocktail Hour smoothie while slipping on your glad rags and you’ll set yourself up for a great night out.  Apples are packed full of vitamin C which help to give the immune system a boost and their fibre will help to fill you up so you won't feel like eating any late-night munchies.

1 handful berries
1 apple
1 orange
6 ice cubes
Top up with sparkling wine or champagne or sparkling mineral water to get you in the party mood.

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Saturday

Dashing around all day or dancing all night, either way - our Party Popper smoothie will provide you with a quick energy boost. Bananas are a great source of instant energy as they contain three natural sugars - sucrose, fructose and glucose - combined with fibre.  Use as many different types of berry as possible as each has different benefits. For example, strawberries are high in vitamin C and blueberries are full of antioxidants.

1 apple
2 satsumas
2 bananas
4 handfuls of berries (we suggest a mixture of cranberries, strawberries, raspberries and blueberries)
Splash of apple juice
1 tsp honey (optional)
12 ice cubes

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Sunday

At last a day of rest. Sit back, relax and try a Cream Tea Smoothie, Eat in Colour’s take on the traditional afternoon favourite - less fat, more goodness but every bit as scrummy. Grapes are low in calories and full of fibre and help curb your snack cravings. They also are a good source of potassium, essential for the body’s growth, which also helps to increase strength in your muscles.

300g of strawberries, raspberries, stoned cherries or blackberries
Large handful of grapes
300ml low-fat natural yoghurt or Greek yoghurt

 

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