High Fibre Green Smoothie


This green juice gets its creaminess from brussels sprouts! Usually avo or banana is added to smoothies for a creamy texture, and frozen brussels sprouts do exactly the same! As they’re low in calories, and high in vitamin C it’s the perfect ingredient for a light juice. Just store frozen brussels sprouts in your freezer as you can use them in other smoothies too: in small quantities they add a smooth texture, and no taste.

Apple is high in fibre, aiding digestion, and lemon juice is known to reduce inflammation. Tea is a low-calorie choice for adding liquid, and can be replaced with water too. We love a rooibos variety in this juice.


  • 1 green apple
  • 4-5 Frozen Brussels Sprouts
  • 1—15 cm Stalk Celery and Leaves
  • 2 Tbsp Lemon Juice
  • ¾ - 1 C Tea (cooled down)
  • 3 ice cubes
  • Directions:

    Add all ingredients to the jug of your OmniBlend, and start blending on low, increasing to high speed. Blend for 1 minute for a smooth texture. The quantity of tea depends on the size of the apple. Add more or less tea, to reach the desired texture.

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