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MARSHMALLPW SparkPoints: (23)
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8/6/13 10:55 P

OXO Good Grips Liquiseal Travel Mugs. The plastic ones are $9.99 on Amazon (I can no longer find them at Bed Bath and Beyond), which I like better than the metal one (which runs $19.99).

TRILLIANTOO SparkPoints: (40,959)
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8/6/13 1:27 P

I was doing green smoothies for a while and I got a 48 oz Naglene bottle. I also got an insulator cover for it which has a shoulder strap. It doesn't cover the entire bottle (was designed for the 32 oz bottles), but it worked well enough.

KENDILYNN SparkPoints: (15,515)
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8/6/13 11:07 A

I like the tumblers with the big fatty straws. I've seen them pretty much everywhere at a couple different price-points, from the dollar store ($1) to Wal-Mart ($5) to the Tervis brand for for almost $20. Starbucks even has ones that look like their cold drink cups, green straw and all.

SANDREW834 SparkPoints: (24)
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8/6/13 8:44 A

You can use Blender Bottle with Wire Ball for your smoothies while you travelling.

MUSICGIRL0604 Posts: 165
8/6/13 8:40 A

I'm finding chocolate soy smoothies to be an easy way to have a quick breakfast and get in my protein, but I'm going to need it to go in a few weeks when school starts - any recommendations for travel mugs that work well for smoothies? TIA!

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