Friday, March 25, 2016

Smoothie Press Travel Mug Giveaway

Smoothie Press Travel Mug Guest Giveaway

Ends 4/2 US Only


travel mugs

The Smoothie Press is a travel mug that strains out berry seeds. It is simple to use, BPA free, and is directly compatible with the little Magic Bullet blender, (although any blender will work).
Last fall my husband bought me a high-end blender to satisfy the demand of my smoothie habit. I started drinking smoothies for breakfast about a year ago to go along with a new diet and lifestyle change. Although I love my blender, it doesn't deseed my smoothie.  When I was introduced to Smoothie Press, I knew I had to try it! Read April's full review here.
 

 Smoothie Press Features

  • Designed to remove unwanted seeds
  • Easy and quick clean-up
  • Silicone sleeve for a comfortable grip
  • Fits cupholders and cupboards
  • Carabiner Clip to attach to backpacks and bags
  • BPA FREE
  • Top rack dishwasher safe
 

Try this is delicious recipe courtesy of Smoothie Press!

  • Raw protein powder (cacao)
  • 1 cup frozen mixed berries
  • handful spinach & fresh grated ginger
  • 1/2 banana
  • 1/4 cup beet juice
  • 3-4 cup water and ice
 
If you're not a biggie smoothie drinker, you can use the Smoothie Press to infuse water also!

 WIN IT!

Prize: TWO Smoothie Presses! $50 arv

Sponsored by Smoothie Press and Hosted by Mom Does Reviews
The giveaway is open to US residents, ages 18 and older. The giveaway ends on 4/2/16 at 11:59 pm ET.
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15 comments:

  1. Frozen strawberry, frozen mango, baby kale, coconut water and frozen grapes

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  2. Bananas, strawberry, mango, blueberry, protein powder, soy milk.

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  3. Bananas, strawberry, mango, blueberry, protein powder, soy milk.

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  4. Bananas, strawberries, frozen mixed berries, protein powder and water

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  5. strawberries and bananas :)

    Blessings,
    Edye

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  6. I use greek yogurt, chia seeds, coconut oil, bananas, peanut butter and cashew milk for my protein smoothie and frozen berries, almond milk, flaxseed and kale for my normal smoothies. I do a protein one for breakfast and a regular one in the afternoon.

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  7. Ooh, I have never had my own smoothie mug before. But I have been hearing so many raving reviews from people. One of my students has gotten so addicted to it, and she brings a big mug every lesson and can't put it down! I've had to get more strict about it. Ha ha, but if I had my own too, maybe then it would be a make up for both of us. ;)

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  8. Greek Yougart, mixture of berries and peaches and it is yummy

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  9. Strawberry, mango, blueberry and water!

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  10. very interesting, yogurt peaches & mango

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  11. We love strawberries & bananas in our smoothies

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  12. Whatever fresh berries i can get a hold of!

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  13. Usually banana, blueberries,coconut flakes, vanilla extract, milk or yogurt.

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  14. Usually banana, blueberries,coconut flakes, vanilla extract, milk or yogurt.

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