We’re bringing picnics back!!
We've got some serious picnic vibes and we're looking forward to starting our weekend right with a picnic in the park complete with tasty treats and beverages. Picnics seem to have become a thing of the past and we're determined to bring them back. Once upon a time, picnics were an almost weekly activity you did with your family and to be honest we miss them. Call us old school, but we're still loving picnics here.
You don't have to bring your entire fridge on picnics and you don't have to make them messy. Just bring what you can and start off small. Luckily we have everything you need right here to whip up some filling smoothies while you watch the clouds and the world go by on a blue and white blanket on a brilliant green patch of grass. We even have silicone reusable bags to keep your ingredients fresh and a travel case to hold your glass and blender. Kind of like a mini picnic basket if you're in the mood to be creative.
So just how do you picnic the Limae way? It's sweet and simple. Just use our cutlery to chop up some fruit and vegetables (don't forget to be careful) and put it in one of our reusable bags to keep it fresh. Pop your blender into your travel case, grab a blanket and a book or your family and off you go.
If you're looking to lay back and chill on a nice sunny day, we've got you covered. Check out what we love to take on our picnics below and a find a bonus smoothie recipe to get your picnic party started.
1/4 cup of mango sliced
1 whole mandarin, sliced
1/4 cup strawberries
1 tablespoon of whole almonds
1/4 cup plain Greek yoghurt
Indulge in these amazing benefits!
Mandarin - Mandarins are a great way to include more Vitamin C in your smoothies. Rich in potassium, B6 and fibre, mandarins are also great for heart and bone health.
Mango - High in nutrients, especially Vitamin C and Vitamin A. Mangoes are also a great source of potassium, fibre, antioxidants and magnesium.
Strawberries - Rich in antioxidants and plant compounds, strawberries are an excellent source of folate (Vitamin B9), potassium, manganese and Vitamin C.
Greek Yoghurt - A great source of protein, calcium, iodine and potassium. If you like your smoothies extra creamy, yoghurt is a great choice and keeps you feeling fuller for longer.
Almonds - Almonds have an abundance of healthy fats, protein, fibre, manganese, antioxidants and Vitamin E. They are also great for heart health.