I have always dreamed of being the mom who has delicious smoothies available to my kids. I have attempted a few different times. My main problems are: I buy all this expensive fruit, and my kids either eat it before I get a chance to make a smoothie with it. Or the exact opposite, all of it ends up going bad before I can get the chance to make a smoothie.
Also, all the work that goes into cleaning, cutting up, and measuring out the right proportions for your smoothies. Which for me is a hot mess. Everipe has you covered though. All the delicious fruits, without all the hassle. And it is so easy! You simply add one cup of water (or milk) and one cup of ice to your blender with your Superfood Smoothie kit and blend for one minute. They turn out perfect every single time.
Everipe has great flavors such as:
- Pina Colossal
- Tropical Zing
- Cocoa Mojo
- Strawberry Banaza
- Unbelieva Berry
Each package contains enough for one smoothie. My kids were stoked when I told them their after school snack could be a smoothie. I let them each pick out which flavor they wanted. My oldest went for Cocoa Mojo, while my youngest wanted Strawberry Banaza. I tried both. You could not tell even a little that those came from freeze-dried fruits.
Everipe is perfect for anyone. On the go and want a healthy smoothie? Why pay eight or more dollars for one from a retail location when you can have one made at home in a minute and a half. Want your kids to have something healthy, that they will still think is delicious? BAM! Trying to eat healthier, here is the perfect option. I really can’t see a reason not to use Everipe.
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