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Evive Smoothie Cubes

Written by: Shana Troy Montréal - May 16, 2018

Shake, shake, shake… no blending required!

Evive’s new product is pretty genius for those pressed for time, yet wanting a satisfying and oh so good for you healthy drink. These dissolvable little frozen triangular cubes are so simple to use. Throw them in a liquid, give them a bit of time to thaw, shake shake shake, and you’re good to go. A smoothie-like drink without needing the use of a blender… and one that’s chock full of veggies, fruits, plant based protein, and other ingredients that nourish your body. Genius!

They’re packaged for grab and go convenience, and with six delicious flavours to choose from, what’s not to love about this new product?! I especially like their names: Asana, Azteque, Yogi, Pure (my fav!), Touk-Touk, and Samourai.

I was told to try the cocoa-based Azteque flavour with maple water, and it was heavenly and decadent. I wanted to try the Asana flavour as a breakfast bowl instead of a smoothie. All I did was add the frozen cubes to a large mug with oats, sprinkled some chia seeds, and added almond milk. I let it sit in the fridge overnight and mixed it all in the morning for a perfect bowl of deliciousness. 

I’ll be trying the Touk-Touk tomorrow night with a little splash of rum…. with these ingredients, how can you not want to turn it into a cocktail?! Mango, pineapple, coconut, turmeric… ya see what I mean?! It will be Friday after all. 

Run out and get yourself some of Evive’s new smoothie cubes… they’ll simplify your life and make it taste so much better.

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Shana Troy

Danseuse de haut calibre, Shana a été formée en ballet classique à l'École supérieure de danse du Québec et au Jeune Ballet du Québec. C’est ainsi qu’elle a chaussé ses pointes comme ballerine pour les Grands Ballets Canadiens pendant 10 ans. Vous l’avez probablement déjà vue comme danseuse/chorégraphe au Match des Étoiles à Radio Canada. Elle a également pris part au film de danse québécois Sur le rythme, à plusieurs émissions télévisées et à quelques comédies musicales. Son curriculum ne s’arrête pas là. Elle était danseuse en chef pour Veronic Dicaire pendant 3 ans à Vegas, en Europe et au Québec. Sa mère adorait cuisiner et a transmis sa passion à Shana et ses deux sœurs. Nouvellement maman du petit Grey depuis mai 2017, elle donne présentement des cours de barre fitness au studio b.cycle dans le Vieux-Montréal et partagera ses recettes favorites ici.

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