Hint of Mint

4.7
1550 reviews

Something magical happens when you combine the flavours of chocolate and mint. This smoothie is packed with detoxifying ingredients like chlorella, spinach, mint, and raw cacao that will help battle free-radicals and detoxify your body. This smoothie has just the right amount of sweetness from bananas and a that crunch from the cacao nibs.

Benefits

  • Cleansing DetoxCleansing Detox
  • Immunity BoostingImmunity Boosting
  • Digestive SupportDigestive Support

The Goods

Banana
Spinach
Zucchini
Cacao Nibs
Sunflower Seeds*
Pea Protein
Chlorella*
Flax Seeds
Peppermint
Baobab*

Superfood Highlights

Zucchini

This green veggie is very mild in taste and is packed with so much great nutrition plus it is very low in calories and low in carbohydrates. Zucchinis contain several antioxidants that may provide various health benefits. The highest levels are found in the fruit’s skin.

Sunflower Seeds*

These seeds are a great alternative to nuts and are filled with protein and fibre. These seeds are especially high in vitamin E and selenium. These nutrients function as antioxidants to protect your body’s cells against free radical damage, which plays a role in fighting several chronic diseases.

Chlorella*

This nutrient-dense algae has an impressive nutritional profile. This superfood is known as a detox, since studies show that chlorella is effective at helping remove heavy metals and other harmful compounds from the body.

Flax Seeds

If you are a vegetarian or don't eat fish, flax seeds can be your best source of omega-3 fats! Omega-3s help fight inflammation and are heart-healthy. Flax seeds also contain a group of nutrients called lignans, which have powerful antioxidant properties - flax seeds have the most lignans than any other plant food. Flax also contains a good dose of fibre that can improve your digestive health.

Baobab*

Baobab is a tree native to certain regions of Africa, Arabia, Australia and Madagascar. In many parts of the work this fruit is not available and is consumed in powder form. Powdered baobab contains many important nutrients but is especially high in vitamin C, vitamin B6, niacin, iron and potassium. Additional baobab is rich in fibre,in 1 tbsp. of baobab powder there is 10 grams of fibre which is great for adding your digestion and in keeping you full.

Nutrition Facts

Hint of Mint

How To Blend

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Step 1 Fill your smoothie cup all the way to the top with your favorite liquid
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Step 2 Toss all the good stuff into your blender and blend until smooth
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Step 3 Pour your delicious smoothie back into your ready-to-go cup, pop the lid back on and enjoy!

Reviews

Overall Rating: 4.7/5
based on 1550 reviews

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Erica M

July 14, 2020

Too minty

Didn’t like the mint and difficult to blend

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Jessi D

July 14, 2020

Refreshing

Tastes like health and very minty

Tips:
Soy milk

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Lindsey A

July 14, 2020

Delicious!

I really love this smoothie! It is thick and has a chocolatly, mint flavour that can be enjoyed any time of day. Could be a nice treat on a hot summer day!

Tips:
I add water and chocolate protein and it is a great taste!

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Azizeh B

July 14, 2020

Get it if you like green smoothies

I love the green ones and this was my favorite I think

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Kathy R

July 14, 2020

Love Mint

I loved this one with just a little mint in it. One of my favorites.

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Jenny G

July 14, 2020

Delish

Tasted just like a Thin Mint. Was super good and one of my favorites

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Jessica K

July 14, 2020

Breakfast dessert

This smoothie is like dessert because I love mint chocolate flavour. Combined with healthy greens makes it even better!

Tips:
I add vanilla almond milk to this smoothie.

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Rebecca S

July 14, 2020

Love

This was so yummy. The minty flavors made me feel like this was a creamy milkshake rather than a healthy smoothie!

Tips:
I blended mine with oak milk

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Chanda P

July 14, 2020

Delicious

Odd color but great flavor. One of my new favorites.

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Joanna B

July 14, 2020

Tasty.

A Great mix of greens & chocolate. I'd punch up the mint a little bit more.

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