1. Use A grade utensils
Sometimes, one big mistake most people make when preparing smoothies comes from using the wrong grade utensils.
For example, some blenders come with fewer blades than others. Using lower-grade blades to blend your smoothie is the best way to get a bad smoothie, for it will determine the overall texture of your smoothie.
So, it is essential to take into account the grade of utensils used while preparing smoothies as they contribute quite a lot to the overall taste and texture contained in your smoothie.
2. Measure your ingredients correctly
Just like in baking and cooking, the measurements of your ingredients would determine whether or not there is too much of one element or another.
And we all know how it feels to have a component in excess: too sweet, too sour, too thick.
Using ingredients in their right proportions play a vital role in the overall outcome of your smoothie.
3. Consider adding a slice of lemon
Got your smoothie too sweet? Adding a slice of lemon will do the trick!
4. Ditch the ice cubes
If you like your smoothie to be chilly, just freeze your fresh fruits in advance by putting them in Ziploc bags.
Adding ice cubes is just like adding more water to your smoothie and will dilute the overall taste.
5. Always experiment with new ideas
Try out new flavors, fruits, and mixing techniques.
The available guidelines and catalog of smoothie recipes and types are only available to provide some preparation guidelines, but there are no hard and fast rules regarding how you should mix your smoothies.
So why not break the rules sometimes?
Plus, you can add tea powders from our product catalogs like almond matcha, exotic chai, and many more!