Disney Dream Recipes: Smoothies from the Senses Juice Bar

Time to get serious about drinking more smoothies thanks to these delicious recipes! The Disney Dream is home to the new Senses Juice Bar and they’re serving up some yummy-sounding smoothies that may help you replenish, rejuvenate, and restore.

Grab your blender!

Feel restored with this strawberry smoothie ©Disney

Feel restored with this strawberry smoothie ©Disney

Strawberry “Restoration” Smoothie

Disney Dream Senses Juice Bar
Makes 1 smoothie

Ingredients
6 Strawberries
1/2 Avocado
4 Mint leaves
6 Beet slices
1/2 Apple
4 Goji berries
4 oz. water

Instructions
1. Blend with or without ice based on desired consistency

We love strawberries and avocado so we can’t wait to make that smoothie! This next recipe is packed full of veggies including spinach, carrots, and avocado so you’ll definitely get your vegetables for the day.

Replenish with this spinach-packed smoothie ©Disney

Replenish with this spinach-packed smoothie ©Disney

Spinach “Replenishment” Smoothie

Disney Dream Senses Juice Bar
Makes 1 smoothie

Ingredients

6 Spinach leaves
1/4 Carrot
1/2 Avocado
1/4 Fresh Ginger
6 Basil leaves
2 tbsp Manuka Honey
5 oz. water

Instructions
1. Blend with or without ice based on desired consistency.

This last smoothie is full of fruit including bananas, blueberries, and strawberries and is the perfect pick-me-up.

A smoothie packed with fruit to start your day! ©Disney

A smoothie packed with fruit to start your day! ©Disney

Banana-Blueberry “Rejuvenation” Smoothie

Disney Dream, Senses Juice Bar
Makes 1 smoothie

Ingredients
1 Banana
10 Blueberries
8 Strawberries
3 oz Almond Milk
2 tbsp Sunflower Seeds
Sprinkle of Turmeric Powder

Instructions
1. Blend with or without ice based on desired consistency.

Will you be whipping up any of these smoothies? Leave us a comment and let us know which one was your favorite.

Comments

  1. R says

    Juicer here. I was wondering if you had more specific info on the amounts used? Things like berries have a normal, universal size, but carrots, bananas, apples etc. can vary greatly. And I don’t even know what “1/4 Fresh Ginger” would mean, but if it’s 1/4 of a smaller, whole ginger root, then I still recommend using less.

  2. Sylvieann says

    How do I pin the recipes? Is it ok for me to pin blogs with a recipe, like Shrimp on the Barbie in Australia? I think it may be not, since I don’t see the Pinterest button. If not, could I pin it onto a private board if I didn’t share it with anyone? I don’t have a printer. Thanks for getting the recipes together and sharing, even if I have to write by hand, hope not. :-)

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