Cup Sleeve: insulated wraps for smoothies
I slip on a cup sleeve as soon as the Tupperware glass filled with frozen smoothie comes out of the freezer. The Thinsulate insulation keeps the smoothie cold, allowing it to melt slowly while I sip it.
I slip an ice-cream wrap on a Ball 16-Ounce Plastic Freezer Jar filled with a home-made frozen smoothie when it becomes crunchy. The pint sleeve slows the melting so I can enjoy my frozen dessert longer.
Smoothies are easy and quick to make in batches which will save time in your busy life. Start with yogurt or milk, add one fruit, then pour into one container. Add a second fruit, pour into a second container. Add a third fruit, etc until your blender is empty.
Drink them in your vehicle, for breakfast, an afternoon snack, or evening dessert. Both cozy wraps will protect your hands from the frosty cold containers and stop condensation puddles!
Freezer Smoothies – Post 4 of 4
Post 3. Store in plastic freezer jars