(Giveaway) Hamilton Beach Smoothie Smart Blender and Single Serve Blender


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I have a great giveaway today I know many of you will like. Yesterday I posted about the amazing smoothie I made in these two blenders. And today I am giving away both of them to one lucky reader.
 

The Smoothie Smart Blender is a dedicated smoothie blender with the following features:

  • Lets you blend the perfect smoothie for breakfast, lunch or dessert.
  • One touch of the Auto Smoothie button activates the smOne touch of the Auto Smoothie button activates the smart, 45-second blending cycle with pulsing action to crush ice, low-speed mixing and high speed for final smooth results.
  • When your perfect smoothie is ready, the Smoothie Smart Blender automatically shuts off, preventing over-blending.
  • Equipped with 5 blending functions including pulse, ice crush, mix and puree.
  • Ice Sabre blades and 700 watts of peak power provide excellent ice-crushing performance.
  • 40 oz. patented Wave~Action glass jar won't absorb food odors, stain or scratch.
  • Patented no-mess pouring spout eliminates drips and dribbles.
  • Easy-clean smooth touchpad.
  • Dishwasher safe jar, blades and lid.
  • Cord storage area underneath base.

The Single Serve Blender with Travel Lid is a convenient one-portion blender with the following features:

  • Stainless steel jar & blades
  • Great for fruit smoothies, icy drinks, shakes & more
  • Blend and drink in the same jar for less mess
  • One-touch blending
  • Take your drink to go

I have used both of these blenders and really love them!! You can't beat the amount of power these two blenders have for the price.

Cranberry Vanilla Cinnamon Smoothie
Make sure to check out my smoothie made with these two blenders! It's a delicious way to start the morning.

To enter this contest, a blog comment below is mandatory as well as entering that into the Rafflecopter widget below.

Just tell me "what amazing smoothie you will make with your Hamilton Beach blenders" and then click the button on the Rafflecopter widget below. This will unlock a bunch of extra entries to this contest. (Please note all extra social media entries will be verified if you are chosen as a winner. If they are found to be invalid, a new winner will be notified. In other words, make sure to actually click through and follow.) Contest is open to U.S. residents 18 years old and older.

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Good Luck everyone!

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Five Years Ago: Pumpkin Spice Pancakes with Cinnamon Syrup

Disclosure: Prizes for this giveaway have been provided by Hamilton Beach. However, all opinions about these products are 100% my own.

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191 Comments

  1. MaryAnn 1

    Orange cream smoothie

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  2. Linda 2

    To go along with the holiday theme, I would make a Pumpkin Pie Smoothie…sounds decadent but is actually good for you!

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  3. Erika 3

    Gosh, I’m not sure. My kids used to hate the smoothies I made at home, but then we found a little smoothie place that they love. Go figure. Turns out, they don’t like yogurt in their smoothies, and I always put yogurt in their smoothies. Now if I make them with just fruit and ice, they will suck them down like there is no tomorrow.

    But my blender is not cut out for such frequent smoothie-making, and I worry that it’s going to blow if I make too many more.

    I think their favorite is a peach-raspberry smoothie. I have raspberries in the freezer, and I use peaches that I canned myself. A little of the peach syrup sweetens the whole thing perfectly.

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  4. Carole Resnick 4

    banana-orange smoothie

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  5. Mary Beth Elderton 5

    I’d make a smoothie with blueberries, banana, and yogurt.

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  6. Shelly 6

    I’d make a strawberry orange smoothie.

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  7. I would totally make a strawberry banana smoothie!

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  8. Jessie C. 8

    I would make blueberry smoothie first

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  9. Samantha 9

    I love making fruit and kale protein smoothies and these would make it so much easier. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  10. Anne 10

    I pinned your cranberry smoothie yesterday! I love smoothies, I have just never felt confident about how to make them. :( This would go a long way toward helping me figure that out!

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  11. Avery Young 11

    creamy pumpkin smoothies!

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  12. I plan on making the non-dairy version of your Cranberry-Vanilla-Cinnamon Smoothie :-)

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  13. Mary Beth 13

    Vanilla Greek yogurt with vanilla soymilk along with a mix of cherries, bananas, blueberries and also a handful of frozen kale pieces.

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  14. Karen 14

    Strawberry banana

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  15. Millie Lill 15

    I love smoothies, especially strawberry banana.

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  16. Lisa Fitzgerald 16

    Green smoothie with apples and blueberries

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  17. KB 17

    I’d try this one! And maybe my idea for a milkshake with the same flavor.

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  18. constance price 18

    Afternoon smoothie for my grandson…Greek yogurt, ripe banana, chia seeds, pear nectar.

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  19. Sue Ellison 20

    I would make a strawberry mango smoothie.

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  20. Jenifer 21

    Winter Spice Kale Smoothie. It is hard to get the kids to eat their veggies, but if you combine them with sweet yummy things they like, it is easy to get those super greens in them! This smoothie is one of my favorites this time of year, nothing like the yummy taste of spiced apples that is actually good for you!

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  21. Tanis Richardson 22

    Triple berry:)

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  22. Debra 23

    I would make my husband an afternoon smoothie with Greek yogurt, blueberries ,ripened bananas, a teaspoon of honey, and a dash of cinnamon.

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  23. Valerie Quinn 24

    Mango with banana and yogurt!

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  24. Vanilla chai :)

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  25. Lisa 26

    I’m somwhat plain and would make the typical strawberry banana smoothie, with a bit of chocolate! My blender hasn’t crushed ice or anything in years so it would be amazing to be able to make them again.

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  26. alan greco 27

    Pomegranate smoothie, with strawberries and a dash of lemon or lime……………

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  27. Andrea Nicol 28

    I would make your recipe for cranberry vanilla-cinnamon smoothie.

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  28. Julie 29

    I would make a peanut butter banana smoothie

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  29. don price 30

    I would make
    banana – nut – french vanilla – dash of honey sounds good to me then would just experiment who knows when I would quit

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  30. Starla 31

    Loved the idea of the cranberry-vanilla-cinnamon smoothie, but if I were making one today, I’d use up my overripe bananas and add some of my homemade jam — blackberry, perhaps.

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  31. shari w. 32

    i would make a strawberry & Kiwi smoothie with a touch of nutmeg and cinnamon added to the protein powder for taste!!

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  32. I would make a pumpkin smoothie! Organic canned pumpkin, a few dates, vanilla yogurt, cinnamon, nutmeg and rice milk blended into the perfect upstate NY fall smoothie! Delicious.

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  33. rose 34

    i have been wanting to experiment with healthy smoothies for breakfast… maybe with oats, sunbutter, and yogurt? but lets be honest. the first thing i would do with this blender is make myself a holiday milkshake.

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  34. Janet White 35

    I would make this supercharged Alkaline Green smoothie every day:
    Alkaline Green Smoothie
    yield- 1 smoothie approx 12-16oz
    6″ piece of cucumber
    3 medium Kale leaves, torn
    5 stems fresh mint
    3 stems fresh parsley
    1″ piece fresh ginger
    1 avocado
    1 cup coconut water
    fresh juice of one lime
    1-2 tsp udo’s oil
    1-2 tbsp hemp seeds
    2-3 drops stevia or a tsp of agave
    from “The Alkaline Sisters” healthy blog:

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  35. Barb 36

    Strawberry smoothies would be what i would make first

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  36. Lynsey 37

    I love a Chunky Monkey smoothie (chocolate almond milk, PB, a banana and ice!) on a lazy Sunday morning :)

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  37. Satin Garner 38

    Have to do something with all the berries we froze from market this past summer… blueberry/raspberry/blackberry… .yummy

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  38. Karen Henshaw 39

    I want to make a maple almond butter and banana smoothie. Yum!

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  39. Jeri Ann Rufener 40

    Banana Coconut Protein Smoothie!!! Love Smoothies! Thanks for the opportunity to win the blenders! :)

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  40. Elena 41

    I would make strawberry banana smoothie

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  41. Helen Grossman 42

    mixed berry with a few slices of banana smoothie

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  42. Alyssa 43

    I’m a huge fan of all things creamy and citrus-y, so a orange, strawberry, pineapple smoothie (with some silken tofu for protein) would be tasty!

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  43. Traci 44

    *I would first make a Mocha protein smoothie

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  44. kristine 45

    Oh! I love just plain strawberry smoothies!

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  45. Cheryl 46

    OMG…..I sure could use one of these. I haven’t had the opportunity to have a smoothie, as I do not have a blender. I see so many great recipes, but am unable to try them. I think I’d like to try one with fresh strawberries or blueberries first. keeping my fingers crossed :)

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  46. laurel fraher 47

    I would make a carrot-mango-ginger smoothie!

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  47. Sandy Headtke 48

    Pineapple orange is my favorite

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  48. betty campbell 49

    bluberries strawberries and yougart

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  49. Jane George 50

    I had one once that had beets in it, loved it, would try something with beets in it.

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  50. Jan 51

    A strawberry banana smoothie for me

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  51. Marielle Weaver 52

    we LOVE smoothies at our house

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  52. Lisa 53

    Just read about a pear, kale, coconut milk smoothie with cinnamon. Can’t wait to try it!

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  53. Vonda 54

    Ohhhh! I would make a blueberry, strawberry, banana smoothie with greek yogurt and a little honey. Yum!

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  54. Cindi 55

    I would make a mixed fruit with coconut milk but the cranberry vanilla cinnamon sounds interesting for the holidays!

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  55. Dawn Trojanowski 56

    Would love to have this for my daughter. She loves making smoothies, but had to leave my blender at home when she went to college…

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  56. Tara 57

    I love making Green Monster smoothies- banana, PB, Greek yogurt, almond milk, spinach.thats what I would make!

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  57. Dawn 58

    I would make a frozen blueberry, peach, banana, yogurt and oj smoothie :) It’s what I have in my freezer and fridge right now.

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  58. Tricia 59

    Strawberry Banana…….

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  59. Niki 60

    Avocado, cucumber and unsweetened almond milk! yum!!

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  60. Tina Montes 61

    We love to make our own razzmatazz smoothies :)

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  61. Gianna 62

    Coffee chocolate smoothie.

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  62. Trina 63

    Aaaanything with cranberries in it!

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  63. bj 64

    I would love to make a CHEERY CHERRY Smoothie!
    Ingredients:
    1/2 cup plain Greek yogurt
    1/2 cup plain almond milk
    1/2 cup dark sweet cherries
    1 tablespoon honey
    1/2 teaspoon almond extract

    WHIRL it up for you and your sweetie or a friend and see them smile!

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  64. Tina W. 65

    I would make a green smoothie with bananas, spinach, and I’m not sure what else.

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  65. Oh, oh, oh, I want one!!!

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  66. Kimberly Kihega 67

    I would make strawberry banana smoothies!

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  67. Celeste B. 68

    Pumpkin pie smoothie

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  68. We make smoothies ALL the time! I think its a great way to get more fruit/milk and even a few veggies in the kids. Your cranberry/vanilla/cinnamon recipe looks great! Not like anything we’ve done before. I think I would probably sub the white sugar for a less processed choice in our case, like honey, maple syrup or coconut sugar, since all those have trace minerals. Other than that, we are so on it!

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  69. Gina 70

    I’d love to try a fresh cranberry smoothie for the holidays.

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  70. It would be a strawberry smoothie around here, so good!

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  71. Millie Brinkley 72

    Avocado Pineapple Coconut…Yum!

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  72. james himanga 73

    Need smoothie

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  73. Brenda Thorne 74

    Rasberry-Peach smoothie!

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  74. Margot C 75

    I would make a gorgeous mango/blueberry smoothie

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  75. Amanda Sakovitz 76

    I would make chocolate

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  76. Martha 77

    I would make a strawberry banana and kiwi smoothie

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  77. Coleen Guhl 78

    Smoothies of all sorts plus, I would love to try to blend the overnight oatmeal mixture with this machine. I think that would be fabulous!

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  78. Tara 79

    I make a green smoothie with spinach, kale, apple, banana and ginger. Add some protein powder and flax seed, perfect for breakfast!

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  79. van pham 80

    Probably something with strawberries and mango even though they are no longer in season but that is what frozen fruits are for.

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  80. Alicia D 81

    Right now I am all about the pumpkin smoothie! Pumpkin Puree, yogurt, ice, chia, pumpkin pie seasoning and of course topped with whip cream! Let me tell you though, my magic bullet is starting to show the wear!

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  81. latanya 82

    kiwi strawberry

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  82. D SCHMIDT 83

    I would make a banana and strawberry smoothie first

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  83. Mahdi Martin 84

    The first smoothie I’d make is strawberry banana. I have a simple palate.

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  84. Mona 85

    Pumpkin pie smoothie

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  85. pam 86

    Some sort of chocolate peanut butter smoothie, because I don’t want mine too healthy :)

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  86. Lily Sheng 87

    a Green Goddess smoothie!

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  87. Blessie Nelson 88

    a delicious Alphonso mango smoothie!

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  88. MaryB 89

    I would make berry banana with a touch of jalapeño pepper jelly!

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  89. Trudy Medrano 90

    I will make any smoothie with strawberries in it!

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  90. shannon 91

    blueberry almond banana

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  91. Alix 92

    Strawberry, banana, peanut butter smoothie! My little bullet blender isn’t doing the job! It hardly crushes ice!

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  92. Molly 93

    I will make orange-mocha smoothies! Yay!

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  93. vicki trattar 94

    Where to start? How about a holiday smoothie with pumpkin, nutmeg, cinnamon, kale, and banana. I’ll go throw a pumpkin in the oven and wait for my blenders to arrive! Great suggestions in these comments.

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  94. Vicky 95

    PB Choc protein Smoothie:-)

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  95. Tammy Walker 96

    My husband and kids rely on the smoothies I make! They are our kickstart to the day. I typically make a smoothie with whatever fruit we have-be it frozen or fresh, add some milk and spinach and voila! This would be a fabulous addition to my kitchen. Certainly going to try the Cranberry Cinnamon smoothie of yours!

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  96. Suzanne 97

    Strawberry and blueberry with cinnamon

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  97. Lisa Finn 98

    Definitely thus cranberry vanilla cinnamon smoothie…my bullet just can’t handle it.

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  98. Amy 99

    I would love to make the cranberry cinnamon smoothie. In the summer I love smoothies with pineapple, raspberries, strawberries, kiwi and spinach. This blender would make it easier for me to make them before I leave for work. Thank you for having the contest. I found this smoothie post on pinterest.

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  99. Maggie Wallace 100

    Peanut butter banana!

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  100. Susan Crawford 101

    Cranberry vanilla-cinnamon sounds amazing!

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  101. Bethany Ester 102

    Well I am recently married and could use these blenders to create some delicious healthy snacks for my husband and I…and would probably start with a pumpkin pie smoothie since I love everything pumpkin!

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  102. Tabathia B 103

    banana cream smoothie

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  103. Emily 104

    one of my favorite smoothies to make is peanut butter and banana. yum!

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  104. Alisha Danko 105

    Vanilla Orange Creme Smoothie

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  105. Ellen 106

    banana-spinach-vanilla whey smoothie! Or chocolate-coffee depending on how healthy I felt that morning…

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  106. Beverly 107

    Peanut butter banana!

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  107. jenn in GA 108

    i would make my usual spinach, frozen banana, almonds, dates, and almond milk smoothie. i add protein powder and cocoa at the end so that it doesn’t get too frothy. want to try this cranberry concoction!

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  108. kate 109

    Oh what smoothie WOULDN’T I make! My stupid kitten knocked over the glass of my blender a little while ago and it’s been such a heartbreak! Love me some smoothies…hmm, first would have to be spinach, banana, guava :)

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  109. Kristina 110

    I’ve been loving green smoothies and peanut butter smoothies lately.

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  110. S Craig 111

    My favourite smoothie is banana and orange juice. Yummy!

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  111. Carrie 112

    My boys drink protein shakes daily so they would probably use it first!

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  112. Tara 113

    The smoothie looks delicious! I want to try
    this one. Do you know how many calories?

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  113. Victoria Haindel 114

    The first “smoothy”(lol I like seeing this word spelled like this) I would make would involve bananas and kale :) yummmyy

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  114. Jean 115

    This cranberry cinnamon smoothie sounds awesome!!!

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  115. Robin C. 116

    I’d make a strawberry banana blueberry aloe smoothie first!

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  116. Tabitha 117

    OMG! Would love to win this. Mine broke not long ago, and being a cash-strapped student living with another cash-strapped student… well, needless to say, I miss my daily smoothies!

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  117. Christine drake 118

    Apple pie Carmel smoothy

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  118. Deborah 119

    Frozen banana, peanut butter, cocoa powder and milk. I call it a “chocolate monkey elephant shake” for my kids.

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  119. Debbie 120

    I would use my new blender for our favorite strawberry blast… Strawberries, banana, greek yogurt and baby spinach.

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  120. Debbie 121

    i love strawberry/banana smoothies!!!!

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  121. Brownie 122

    I would make a Strawberry smoothie.

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  122. Mary S 123

    I think I would make a strawberry banana smoothie first.

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  123. Angela 124

    Blueberry, lemon, and banana smoothie with Greek honey yogurt.

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  124. Andrea 125

    I would make banana peanut butter, strawberry banana, and definitely the cranberry cinnamon vanilla one. Endless possibilities!

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  125. Darrell Oppertshauser 126

    I would make a Banana, Saskatoon Berry, Blueberry & cherry Smoothie!

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  126. Rowe the Pigpen 127

    Apple-Beet-Blueberry-Banana (or A-Triple-B) Smoothie

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  127. A mango-raspberry smoothie, also with cinnamon—although yours looks amazing, too!

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  128. GLADY 129

    I would make a banana smoothie. Since I am a widow the single serve would work great.

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  129. Michelle Thayer 130

    Strawberry, Blueberry, and Pumpkin.

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  130. Theresa Householder 131

    Pineapple, Orange, Strawberry smoothie

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  131. Jesse Gonzales 132

    ICE Cream! yea!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Avocado-coconut ice cream (adapted from Absolutely Avocadoes, by Gabi Dalkin)
    Ingredients:
    2 Haas avocadoes
    1 (14-ounce) can coconut milk
    1/2 cup heavy cream
    3/4 cup granulated sugar
    1 tablespoon lime juice
    1 teaspoon lime zest
    1/2 cup coconut chips

    Method:
    Cut each avocado in half lengthwise, remove the pit, and scoop out the flesh into a blender or food processor. Add the coconut milk, heavy cream, and sugar. Blend on low until completely smooth, about 2 minutes. Stir in the lime juice and zest.

    Transfer the mixture to an ice cream machine, and churn according to the manufacturer’s directions. Cover and freeze for at least 2 hours before serving, so the ice cream can become more firm.

    Meanwhile, add the coconut flakes to a dry skillet heated to medium. Cook the coconut while frequently stirring until the edges begin to turn brown, about 2 minutes. (Keep a close eye on the coconut, as you don’t want it to burn.) Remove immediately from the heat. Allow it to cool and then sprinkle over the ice cream for serving.

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  132. Diane in Cincinnati 133

    Strawberry-banana!

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  133. Jullie 134

    I have all kinds of frozen fruits in my freezer – I’d start with some pitted cherries, and blueberries and maybe some strawberries.

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  134. Jere 135

    I am hooked on frozen strawberries, almond milk and a little “body by vi mix”!!

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  135. Tracey A 136

    Kale and berries!

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  136. marci 137

    I would make a smoothies with yogurt, apple juice, peanut butter, banana, and chocolate chips!

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  137. Emma 138

    My fave smoothies usually have spinach, peaches, cherries, blueberries and raspberries, with Greek yogurt of course. Lately I’ve been adding cooked quinoa per your suggestion! (In a way old post, haha)

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  138. Morgan 139

    I would make a kale, banana, & Strawberry smoothie – with flax and hemp protein. :)

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  139. Melissa 140

    I have a little one of these. LOVE!! I’d love to try an orange cream smoothie with spinach

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  140. Kim 141

    OMG !!! I’d beso ready to make a chocolate, avocado, banana, raspberry smoothie! The smooth texture and lively flavor really picks me up when I need it!!!

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  141. Horchata Smothie

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  142. Georgia 143

    Definitely would try a kale smoothie!

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  143. Janice E 144

    Frozen banana, protein powder, and a dab of nutella – smoothie heaven!!

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  144. Robert 145

    I love banana strawberry smoothie

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  145. Tiffany 146

    I would make a tropical fruit smoothie first!

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  146. What a fun little gadget! Thanks for sharing this great giveaway, Cathy! I’d probably make some kind of superfood smoothie.

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  147. Nancy K 148

    Spiced Orange Cream!

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  148. Kathy 149

    Kale, banana and strawberry smoothie!!

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  149. Marci 150

    Love my strawberry banana!

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  150. Megan Crenshaw 151

    This cranberry smoothie!

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  151. Renee 152

    Anything with raspberries in the recipe is a hit at our house!

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  152. Angela 153

    I would make a strawberry banana smoothie.

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  153. nicole robert 154

    I will make banana and milk shake

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  154. Jill Hartley 155

    Probably something simple like strawberry yogurt and banana :-)

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  155. Mark 156

    For starters, I would make a mango lassi in the main blender as a treat for my girlfriend. Probably go with slightly healthier options in the individual size mixer. Kale, apple, maybe a little banana and honey to stave off the winter lulls.

    The real goal is to use some of the fresh coco pods I have from a local research greenhouse. I am growing a few trees myself and want to use the fresh roasted seeds that are extra with my cinnamon tree to make the ultimate chocolate concoctions. Too many ideas to list them all here and a lot of pure experimentation to be done.

    Always loved the blog but never posted. Thanks for years of great ideas and a continued effort to keep us all cooking.

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  156. Banana Strawberry

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  157. Katherine C. 158

    I’d make a matcha tea vanilla rice milk banana smoothie!

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  158. Georgette Helton 159

    Cranberry vanilla cinnamon …but mostly all dark green smothies ..I have wanted to start doing this but my food processor quit..

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  159. alex 160

    pb, frozen banana, strawberries, and spinach!

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  160. Kevin 161

    I’d make smoothies for breakfast.

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  161. Susan Broughton 162

    I would make a peanut butter and banana smoothie

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  162. Amy B. 163

    I would try to make something with vegetables in it. Until now I only use fruit, but a powerful blender might be able to make the vegies vanish. :-)

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  163. Kaylan 164

    I would make a yummy but healthy kale, apple, banana, yogurt, and honey smoothie!

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  164. Amanda T. 165

    Strawberry tofu shake

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  165. Marie Miraflores 166

    I would make a mango and passion fruit smoothie…

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  166. Judit 167

    I would make a dark chocolate, berry smoothie with Merlot reduction
    Cheers:)

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  167. Barbara 168

    I’d try the cranberry smoothie made with almond or coconut milk.

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  168. cara 169

    I would make my go-to peanut butter banana chocolate smoothie.

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  169. Ket 170

    Two hockey players at home and we’ve gone through two blenders the past six months. Smoothie Central at our home! Luv every single one of your recipes! :-)

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  170. jeannie Mader 171

    chocolate banana peanut butter!

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  171. Lynda M. 172

    Green smoothies are my fave!

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  172. sandy davenport 173

    mango and pineapple!

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  173. barbara n 174

    I would love to try your cranberry vanilla cinnamon smoothie…sounds wonderful especially at this time of year when I love all things cranberry!

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  174. Ashley 175

    Something with nut butter!

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  175. Jeanie 176

    I would make a smoothie with blueberries, protein powder, vanilla soy milk, kale, spinach and ground flaxseed.

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  176. lovely jasmin 177

    I will make tomato juice !! I like it

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  177. Sharon O. 178

    I saw some beautiful raspberries at Sams yesterday. I think a raspberry smoothie would be a great place to start. Thanks for the chance!

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  178. candy kratzer 179

    Strawberry banana smoothie.

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  179. sarah jau 180

    Sweet Orange Glow Juice my fav. one

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  180. Zoe 181

    Strawberry/pineapple, given the big tub of greek yogurt in my fridge, :)

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  181. Lisa Fluegeman 182

    My first choice would be a peach-raspberry smoothie with a touch of cinnamon.

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  182. brian 183

    Cranberry vanilla!

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  183. Nancy Brett 184

    OH thank you for this amazing gift
    I will make banana , milk and strawberry juice
    THANKS!

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  184. Thomas Murphy 185

    I would make a mango smoothie.

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  185. Kathy 186

    Love green and fruit smoothies!

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  186. Lilyana Cruz 187

    I love Strawberries and bananas smoothies♥

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  187. jennie 188

    I love smoothies. Make them often. Makeup my own versions as whatever I have on hand.
    Yogurt, almond milk, frozen bananas, frozen blueberries, etc.

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  188. Kindler Stout 189

    When I’m making juice, a little celery does wonders to apple juice. For potlucks I often blend (or simply mash) bananas and mix in real yogurt and any kind of ‘berry’ I have in the freezer–blueberries, or the tiny persimmons from the only tree I planted that made it (Ashland, Oregon). I never have any trouble eating the rest, myself, if there is any left. But I never thought of this as a smoothie! Why not? Frozen blueberries with bananas and unsweetened yogurt–the banana will make anything sweet! As far as I’m concerned, the fewer ingredients, the better. Kindler

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  189. I have never really done smoothies as it always seemed to be too much trouble. But I would love to start with a proper machine and the just posted cranberry vanilla cinnamon smoothie. I have frozen cranberries in my freezer!

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  190. Rhonda Yeo 191

    Kayle Carrot Orange & chia seed smoothie

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