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Top Smoothies To Try At Diana

You asked, they listened. Smoothies are back at the Diana Center Cafe, available during dinner and late-night. Here are Bwog’s top smoothie creations to help you decide what to blend.

Tropical, but make it healthy (or healthier).

Strawberry, Pineapple, Spinach, and Pineapple Juice

This smoothie will make you feel like you woke up on a beach and hit the gym. The flavors of the fruit mask the spinach, so you won’t even know it’s there!

The Diana Danimal

Strawberry, Peach, Yogurt, Orange Juice Ever seen that Danimals commercial with the Sprouse twins? Ever wanted to try Danimals, but your mom said no because paying $4.99 for tiny, non-nutritional “yogurts” was not feasible in this economy? Bwog’s got you covered. This smoothie may be the closest thing we get to the coveted Danimals.

Is This Keto?

Mango, 2 servings of Bananas, Kale, Greek Yogurt, Soy Milk

Arguably our healthiest smoothie, the “Is This Keto?” will make your whole day feel like an inspirational quote. The double serving of banana combines with the greek yogurt to maintain the desired smoothie thickness, while the mango helps with the flavor. And the kale? Well, she’s here for a healthy time and a long time.

Dessert Smoothie

Banana, Peanut Butter, Chocolate Chips, Almond Milk

A favorite amongst Bwoggers and other JJ’s frequenters, the “Dessert Smoothie” is exactly what it sounds like. Thick, sweet, and the personification of a Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, the “Dessert Smoothie” will make you question exactly what you’ve been doing your whole life.

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