DIY Fruit Smoothie Recipes. βœ¨πŸ“πŸπŸ’πŸ‘πŸ

Hey guys, it’s Morgan! Welcome back, and for this week’s post, I decided I would show you how to make some delicious fruit smoothies. So without further ado, let’s get started πŸ™‚

**make these recipes dairy-free using soy or almond dairy-alternative products.

Mixed-Berry Smoothie πŸ™‚

– 1 cup of assorted frozen berries

– 1 1/2 cups of milk

-1 cup of whole-milk yogurt

-1/4 of strawberry yogurt

Strawberry Banana Smoothie πŸ™‚

-1 cup of frozen strawberries πŸ“

-1 1/2 cups of milk

-1 cup of whole-milk yogurt

-1/4 cup of banana yogurt

-1/4 cup of strawberry yogurt

-half of a banana πŸ™‚

Wild-berry Smoothie

-1 cup of frozen assorted berries

-1 full banana

-1 cup of cran-grape juice

-1 cup of whole-milk yogurt

-1/4 cup of strawberry yogurt

Raspberry Smoothie πŸ™‚

-1 cup of frozen raspberries

-1/4 cup of strawberry yogurt

-1/2 cup of milk

-a squeeze of lemon πŸ‹

*NOTE- It’s a good idea to put the liquid at the bottom so the blender doesn’t clog!*

Thanks for reading and if you have any ideas for blog posts I should do in the the future, please leave a comment below! Thanks again guys, bye πŸ™‚

Signed,

Morgan ✨✨✨

Posted in Morgan's Craft Corner

Morgan’s Craft Corner: DIY Slime

Hi Guys, It’s Morgan! Today is my first ever craft corner and we are making DIY slime!! This is a classic and easy slime recipe to make + it is super fun to use! So, let’s get started! The things you will need are:

First, pour the glue bottle into the bowl. Stir. Then add a few drops of food coloring. Next add your glitter and mix well. Lastly, add some Tide and if it is still sticky when you stir in the Tide, add more of it. Ta-Da! Now you have amazing slime that is stretchy and fun to play with. Remember, don’t forget to knead the slime and keep it in a container or it most likely will dry out.

Thanks for reading this post and if you would like me to try a craft for you, email me and I will start crafting right away!

Signed, Morgan