Super Mommy Of Two: Sambazon Superfood Smoothie Review


Thursday, June 20, 2013

Sambazon Superfood Smoothie Review

I was recently given the opportunity to try Sambazon Superfood Smoothies with my mom's group. The group consists of me and six mom friends. The group also includes our infants and toddlers. I was given five coupons. We all went to the grocery store together to select which five flavors to try. We decided to try the flavors: Acai Blueberry and Pomegranate, Energy Mocha Java, Protein Acai Berry and Chocolate, Acai Berry and Vanilla, and Supergreens Kale and Ginger.

The Acai Blueberry and Pomegranate tasted very sweet and fruity. My almost two year old had a sip and he wanted more. All the mom's agree that this is a great smoothie to drink with or as breakfast.

The Energy Mocha Java tasted like Starbucks. One mom came up with the great idea to pour it over ice. So it was just like drinking iced coffee. We also immediately felt more awake and alert.

The Protein Acai Berry and Chocolate tasted like a fruity chocolate shake. Our group kept calling this candy because it tasted just like a candy bar.

The Acai Berry and Vanilla was a bit boring and overly sweet for me. I added caramel to my little Dixie cup. The other mom's liked it though and said it tasted like a vanilla smoothie.

The Supergreens Kale and Ginger was something unique and different. It tasted very similar to the Odwalla version. It isn't a flavor I would drink on a regular basis. It was very bland and tasted like diet food. One of the mom's is on a juice diet though and just loved it.

A little about Sambazon:

In the Sacramento, CA area; Sambazon can be purchased at Raley's, Belair, Sprout's, Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market, Costco, and Wal-Mart Supercenters. Sambazon makes organic, gluten free, vegan, non-GMO smoothies that are packed full of omega and antioxidant vitamins. Sambazon promises that all their beverages are made from premium quality, whole food Amazon fruits and botanicals that deliver the highest levels of bio-available nutrition. Their recipes are handcrafted and can be sipped, scooped, or gulped.

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