These easy and healthy Make Ahead Green Smoothie Packs will simplify your morning–and they’re packaged in reusable bags for less waste.
- Pre-washed spinach that goes bad before I can use it all. The small bags are too small, the big boxes are too big.
- Morning laziness. Throwing some fruit and spinach into the blender doesn’t seem like much effort. But, well, you know how it goes.
What do you put in green smoothie packs?
Green smoothie freezer packs are totally customizable. Spinach is my favorite leafy green to use because it’s mild tasting. You could also use kale, but start with a smaller amount since it has a stronger (and sometimes bitter) flavor.
Banana lends creaminess and sweetness.
Beyond that, it’s up to you. You can use fresh or frozen fruit in whatever combination you like. Some ideas:
- Mixed Berry: strawberry, blueberry, raspberry
- Tropical: pineapple and mango
- Fresh or frozen cherries
What kind of bags work best for smoothie packs?
You could certainly use regular quart-size freezer bags. To reduce plastic waste, wash and reuse them.
I’ve also seen these smoothie kits packed…