Jimbo’s Fat Burner Smoothie

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger and wellness blogger with a fat buster smoothie for weight loss.

This smoothie is a total high school throwback. It’s definitely the perfect post-workout snack; surprisingly, the healthy concoction actually tastes delicious & indulgent. Today instead of purchasing the smoothie, I decided to blend it myself. The homemade “Fat Burner” was almost too easy to make, so I knew I had to share.

* Quick Skinny Tip: If you’re going to go to Jamba Juice, choose wisely. Some of their smoothies may be low in calories, but ridiculously high in sugar. If I am in a bind, I’ll drink their “All-Fruit” smoothies with water, instead of fruit juice.

Oh, & P.S. their “Jamba Light” smoothies contain artificial sweeteners [ stay away: no one wants bloat & chemicals ].

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger and wellness blogger with a fat buster smoothie for weight loss.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger and wellness blogger with a fat buster smoothie for weight loss.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger and wellness blogger with a fat buster smoothie for weight loss.

Lauryn Evarts, fitness blogger and wellness blogger with a fat buster smoothie for weight loss.

Love, Lauryn

Jimbo’s Fat Burner Smoothie

1/2 banana

1/2 scooped out papaya

1/2 cup of unsweetened rice milk

1 scoop of whey protein powder

2 capsules of lecithin [ remove plastic surroundings ]

1 capsule of Mega L-Carnitine

1 handful of ice

Make sure powder is removed from lecithin & Mega L-Carntine before blending [ you do not want plastic in your smoothie! ]. Add all ingredients into a blender and blend. Enjoy!

12 comments on Jimbo’s Fat Burner Smoothie

  1. Brenda
    03.07.12 at 7:24 am (3 years ago)

    Lauryn, I’m absolutely obsessed with your blog! I read it everyday! I was looking at the smoothie recipe and I was wondering if the lecithin was soy based? I read on skinny bitch that reg lecithin was terrible for you…

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    • Lauryn
      04.02.12 at 2:36 pm (3 years ago)

      Thanks Brenda! I use lecithin sparingly. Normally, only in this smoothie! Too much of it, is definitely not good. Hope that helps! xo
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    07.19.13 at 3:34 am (1 year ago)

    Some of these look awesome! I am so glad that some of these do not have banana as an ingredient! I am allergic to bananas so I always get bummed out when I see an awesome smoothie recipe and it has bananas.
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