The 10 Best Spots for Smoothies in New Mexico! By
Whether you’re looking to load up on nutrients after a workout or you’re simply looking to sip on something sweet, a smoothie is the best option. The perfect balance between indulgent and health-conscious, smoothie shops across New Mexico are consistently serving up an excellent variety of options. Here are the 10 best smoothie places in the state.
What better way to kick-start the day then with a nutritious, vitamin and protein-packed, high-fiber delicious juice meal. Drinks here are made from 100 percent plant-based ingredients sourced from organic farmers. The cold-pressed process used here ensures that every bottle of juice is packed with more than two pounds of fresh produce jam packed with nutrients, amino acids, minerals and live enzymes. This process also gives the juice a 72-hour shelf life. Don’t miss the Verde almond chai.
The tagline for this chain is “Smoothies with a Purpose.” There’s something for everyone—slim blends, wellness blends, fitness blends, and take a break blends, all geared to a different healthful result whether it’s to lose weight, power through a workout or just make better food choices. All smoothies are blended with real fruit and fruit juice, nuts, vegetables plus proteins, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants. A good take-along on any health and fitness journey.
The Beets’ boost is a healthy alternative for any meal on-the-go. Choose from more than 45 juice, smoothie and protein shake menu items, all made-to-order. The smoothies are made with a blend of fresh fruits, honey, Greek probiotic yogurt, milk, ice, and sugar. Also on the menu are raw juices, protein shakes, sports drinks, specialty blended drinks and shots. Hungry? Grab a sandwich or salad.
Relax and enjoy. Those are the buzzwords at this charming eatery in the downtown plaza. The smoothies are thick and loaded with fresh fruit, vegetables, and yogurt. More than two dozen choices range from strawberry breeze to banana split swirl to tropical kale and peanut butter treat. Open every day breakfast through dinner. Grab one on-the-go or have it with a meal.
The cat is out of the bag. This is one cool, quirky place. An outdoor waterfall, indoor adobe fireplace, and a historical sunporch makes this a “mountain tropical” coffee shop that just happens to also serve delicious smoothies. Drinks are made with high-quality organic ingredients. Smoothies are refreshing and blend a wide-range of flavors. If you don’t see what you like choose the Gotta Be Me Smoothie and build your own.
The Pink Lady on the menu here has nothing to do with alcohol and everything to do with a healthy drink. A blend of strawberry, peach, banana, agave and coconut is an updated tasty version of the 1930s classic. All smoothies have fresh fruit and vegetables. Add a scoop of aminos, protein, glutamine or creatine for an added boost. Seasonal delights capture the flavors of the time of year—caramel apple in fall, chocolate mint in winter. Try the belly fat burner to jumpstart any fitness plan.
This community-owned market specializes in natural, organic, and local food. There’s a cafe inside that, in addition to selling salads and sandwiches, has a smoothie bar. A commitment to local, organic ingredients makes these made-to-order drinks not just good tasting, but good for you. The 11,000-square-foot market is jam-packed with food. A power smoothie is a boost to a shoppers’ stamina.
Quench your thirst and embrace a beneficial beverage that not only has a potent health effect, but also might just leave you with a green mustache. The juice bar at this yoga center is alone in town in its commitment to a holistic approach to life—and that includes drinking smoothies. All are made with a wide-variety of fresh, organic fruits and vegetables. The menu has an assortment of choices, but if none tickles your taste buds, create a concoction of your own.
Say aloha to the exotic tastes and flavors you’ll find here in the two signature smoothies—acai and pitaya, also known as dragon fruit. Both fruits are packed with antioxidants and micronutrients such as vitamin C, calcium and vitamin A. Both are gluten free, vegan and organic. Each is a blend of other fruits plus apple juice, or substitute almond or coconut milk. Try the acai bowl, too. It’s just a smoothie topped with granola, bananas, honey and other fresh fruit.
With three locations across the city, one of these delicious smoothies is rarely out of reach. The commitment to farm-to-table freshness is found in the raw, unprocessed produce used as the base. Each cold-pressed juice drink contains four to six pounds of organic fruits and vegetables. Each is blended fresh to order and come in a reusable bottle. Bring the bottle back for a 10-cent credit. Three sizes provide options for a snack, a nosh or a meal.
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