Wholesome Sports Drink



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Sports drink

Wholesome Sports Drink

  • Author: Parry Marsh
  • Active Time: 10 min
  • Total Time: 10 min
  • Yield: 1 serving 1x
  • Category: drink


Looking for a refreshing drink to quench your thirst after a hard workout? Give this Wholesome Sports Drink a try. It’s fresh, natural, and perfectly sweet, not to mention that it’s extremely easy to make. This drink is made with no refined sugars or artificial sweeteners, only plant goodness here!

Feel free to personalize this recipe, you can use some fresh green leaves instead of raw powdered ones, or you can just skip them altogether. If you prefer your drinks more on the sweeter side, add some gooey dates to make it extra delicious.



water from a young coconut

1 large banana, fresh or frozen

1 cup of berries, fresh or frozen

raw powdered greens, to taste (optional)


Blend! (Unless you’re using raspberries or strawberries – then use a food processor, since a blender will turn the berries to grit).


Have you tried our Tofu Scramble yet? It works wonders after a satisfying workout.

Keywords: breakfast, drink, smoothie, under 15 minutes, banana, easy, refined sugar free, vegan, raw

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