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Outshine Smoothie Cubes: Easy, Peasy, No Blender Required

Outshine Smoothie Cubes Two Packages & Smoothies
[1] Outshine Smoothie Cubes turn into smoothies with no blender required (all photo © Société des Produits Nestlé S.A.).

Outshine Smoothie Cubes & Ice Pops
[2] The Outshine duo: Smoothie Cubes and Fruit Bars (photo © Société des Produits Nestlé S.A).

Plate Of Outshine Smoothie Cubes
[3] Outshine Smoothie Cubes, ready to turn into smoothies.


We have a sweet tooth, and when we need something sweet without added sugar, we turn to a piece of fruit, or to Outshine No Sugar Added Fruit Bars* from Nestlé (just 45 calories and 2g sugar).

The ice pops, in raspberry, strawberry, and tangerine, are made with real fruit or fruit juice, and really hit the spot.

Now, the brand known for its wholesome frozen fruit bars has launched a beverage version: Outshine Smoothie Cubes.

OUTSHINE® Smoothie Cubes are the perfect way to enjoy blender-free, real fruit smoothies.

They’re delicious and deliver B vitamins, fiber, and vital proteins collagen peptides.

The Smoothie Cubes are part of a Nestlé initiative to provide convenient, nutritious options for busy people. You can make them to drink at home, at work, and for grab-and-go.

All you need to do is mix with the frozen (or defrosted) liquid of your choice (water, milk, juice, coconut water, iced tea) in a container with a lid/top and let it sit for 15 minutes.

Then shake the container and you have a yummy, refreshing smoothie.

(Editor’s Tip: If it’s cocktail hour, add some fruit liqueur, rum, or white spirit—gin, tequila, or vodka.)

This refreshing snack is currently available in the freezer aisle of select retailers in three flavors:

  • The Go-Getter: A tropical smoothie made with mango, banana, pineapple, papaya, date paste, beet juice, a touch of chia, and B vitamins.
  • The Glow To: A green smoothie made with banana, pineapple, mango, date paste, spinach, kale, kiwi, cucumber, a touch of chia seed, and Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides.
  • The Gut Supporter: A tasty smoothie made with strawberries, banana, coconut cream, carrot juice, date paste, beet juice, a touch of chia seed, and fiber.
    Each serving contains 80 calories, 15 grams or less of total fruit sugar, and zero grams of added sugar. There are no artificial flavors or colors, and no GMO ingredients.

    The Smoothie Cubes are available at stores for a suggested retail price of $6.99-$7.49.

    > Here’s more information about the Outshine brand.

    > National Smoothie Day is June 21st.

    > Who invented the smoothie?


    *They do contain a bit of sorbitol.





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