Make Molly Sims’ easy blueberry smoothie recipe

Make Molly Sims' easy blueberry smoothie recipe
  • Molly Sims49, just shared her latest favorite smoothie.
  • The model is known for her interest in fitness and wellness and has even created her own fitness program.
  • Try Molly’s favorite blueberry smoothie recipe below.

Fashion model Molly Sims is a bit of a wellness guru. And that means that her recipes are not only tasty, but also Oh, so healthy. The 49-year-old has bragged smoothie recipes previously on her website and she recently shared one in her Instagram stories.

Molly has always been completely open about her diet and exercise routines – she loves to share her expertise! She even created her own fitness guide, the Molly Sims 30 Day Fitness Program in 2020 – which is still available to take online today.

She also keeps her followers super up to date. She just posted about sports Form Pilates in Los Angeles. (Plus, she shared her favorite — slightly pricey — training set).

As for her diet, Molly previously told WH that she likes it do intermittent fasting. She also eats lots of veggies and mostly sticks to egg whites for protein. She is not a big fan of meat.

She’s said that too, though she hasn’t celiac disease, she prefers to keep gluten out of her diet. “I just feel better when I have less of it,” she said.

As you can see, Molly loves her smoothies. She’s stuck blueberry smoothies since at least 2020but her latest recipe has a few changes.

“Since so many of you asked about my smoothie ingredients, I found them all for you!!! 🫐☺️” she wrote in a since expired story. See ingredients and recipe below.

Molly Sims’ favorite morning smoothie


About 1 cup of blueberries ($3.41 a pint, amazon. com)

About 1/2 cup of Hum Nutrition Protein Powder ($26, amazon. com)

About 1/2 cup Top Seedz Raw Brown Flax Seeds ($8.99,

About 1 cup of Califia Farms Almond Milk ($3.32, amazon. com)

About 1-2 tablespoons of Moon Juice Collagen Protect Vegan Creamer ($32, amazon. com)

Travel directions:

  1. Combine ingredients in a blender.
  2. Mix thoroughly.

Serve and enjoy.

It’s so easy and healthy! This could just be mine go to breakfast.

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Olivia Evans (she/her) is an editorial assistant at Women’s health. Her work previously appeared in The cut and Teen Vogue. She enjoys dealing with topics where culture and well-being intersect. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, running and watching rom-coms.