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Triple Berry Smoothie with Good Karma Flaxmilk

It’s no secret that we’re a big fan of smoothies at Misfits Market. We’ve shared green smoothies, carrot smoothies, apple smoothies, and even a cucumber celery slushie that kind of resembles a smoothie. No matter what you have on hand—any berry, any leafy green, granola or oats, nut butter or not, juice, or milk—you can whip up a simple, filling smoothie in seconds.

This year, we’ve resolved to no resolution except to fill our bodies with delicious whole fruits and veggies, and indulging in meals that just taste great. Enter: a triple berry (and date!) smoothie with protein-rich nut butter and creamy Good Karma Flaxmilk. Flaxmilk is the dairy alternative we’re most excited about incorporating into meal planning this year since it’s full of omega-3s and plant-based proteins. It’s free of soy, nuts, and gluten while also being super sustainable—production uses less water than other dairy alternatives.

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Triple Berry and Good Karma Flaxmilk Smoothie

  • Author: Misfits Market

Ingredients

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  • 23 cups cold unsweetened Good Karma Flaxmilk
  • 1/2 cup blueberries, frozen
  • 1/2 cup blackberries, frozen 
  • 1/2 cup raspberries, frozen
  • 4 dates, pitted
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter (or any nut butter!)
  • 1 cup ice

Instructions

  1. Add all ingredients into a high speed blender and blend until combined. Add more flaxmilk depending on texture preference. Divide among cups and enjoy!

Comments (10)

Hi Linda, we’re sorry to hear about any issues with Misfits Market and we’d like to look into this and make it right. Could you please fill out a ticket with our customer success team here: https://help.misfitsmarket.com/contact/custom-contact-form-S1NAIK1Iw Your message will be added to our queue and our team will be in touch with you via email as soon as they can. Thank you!

I agree Linda. Just got my first box and it is crap. Cost me $40 and I could have gotten twice the produce at the store that was in far better condition. Eggplant was so bruised it looks unusable. Pears hard as a rock and inedible. Lots of cheap potatoes and bell peppers! Screwed over!

Hi Judy, we’re so sorry to hear about the quality of your latest Misfits box. That’s definitely not up to our standards and we want to make this right. Please fill out a ticket with our customer success team here: https://help.misfitsmarket.com/contact/custom-contact-form-S1NAIK1Iw Your message will be added to our queue and our team will be in touch with you via email as soon as they can. Thank you!

It looks wonderful. I would love to order from you but I am on blood thinner medicine and cannot have leafy green vetege’s also vitiam K. Would I be able to pick what I want from a box? I would love to join. Thank you.

Hi Maureen, yes! Each week, you are able to select what goes in your box. This means never having to pick leafy greens or veggies with vitamin K. We’ll hope you give us a try!

I have gotten 2 boxes ( 1 every other week) and we are very satisfied with what we have received. I know some of the reviews were not very good, I have not found that to be true. Thank you!

I agree Barbara; for every complaint there are also hundreds of happy customers!
If you are unhappy, then don’t purchase again.

We received our first box of fruits and vegetables, and everything was in perfect condition and delicious! Also, I submitted a question about my account and got a quick and friendly answer to my question.

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