The Most Common Problems and Solutions When Creating Smoothies

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Problem: My smoothie is too thick.
Solution: Add more liquids or other blending agents.

Problem: My smoothie is too thin.
Solution: Add a binding agents to make it thicker, such as banana, avocado, nut butter, chia seeds, and frozen fruits.

Problem: My smoothie is too grainy.
Solution: Add more blending agents (liquids) and binding agents (e.g., avocados, bananas, and peanut butter) to make it creamier. If nothing works, you may need to buy a better blender or change the knives.

Problem: My smoothie is too smooth.
Solution: Congratulations. This is what it’s all about!

Problem: My smoothie is too bitter.
Solution: Add natural “sweeteners” such as bananas, dates, or honey.

Problem: My smoothie is too sweet.
Solution: Add lemon or lime juice, grapefruits, pomegranate, or plain yogurt to balance the sweetness.

Problem: I have leftovers.
Solution: Put it into the refrigerator and drink it within 24 hours to avoid losing too many nutrients. Or put it into the freezer and save it for up to three months. Your kids will love the smoothie ice cream.