The UK heatwave is getting into its full swing, with temperatures expected to reach over 33 degrees celsius this weekend. Everyone has their favourite way to cool off, whether it's a paddling pool in the back garden, a beer in a pub garden or anything in between.
Well, we'd like to recommend ice-cold smoothies as a new way to beat the eat. Mindful Chef is already one of our top-rated food delivery services, which people from around the UK have been using to make lockdown easier. Now, they're offering 15% off this weekend only when you use the code SUN15 at checkout.
Want a box of refreshing, ice-cold smoothies delivered right to your door tomorrow? Hit the link below and order by 7pm to take advantage of this wicked UK heatwave-beating deal.
Mindful Chef healthy smoothies | £12.00 per box (five smoothies) | save 15% with code SUN15 at checkout
Order two boxes of smoothies (whether that's the delicious Blueberry Chia that's like "drinking a blueberry muffin" or the very appropriate Tropical Cooler) within the next few hours and get them delivered tomorrow, perfect for the whole family to beat the heatwave. Don't forget to add the code above at checkout for an additional 15% off.
The smoothies come in sachets, frozen and pre-chopped: as soon as it lands on your doorstep, you can empty a sachet into your blender, add a splash of water and blitz. Pour either on its own or over ice: the perfect way to stay healthy and cool off during this intense heatwave.
However, you only have until 7pm tonight, Friday 31, to order in time to get delivery on Saturday. if you're on the fence, don't miss out on this fantastic deal.
Mindful Chef: What we said
"Loved by Fearne Cotton, these recipe boxes arrive in recycled denim insulation to keep ingredients cool. All nutritionally-balanced, gluten and dairy free and made with the finest, fresh ingredients. For every box purchased, a meal is donated to a child in poverty."
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Matt Evans is an experienced health and fitness journalist and is currently Fitness and Wellbeing Editor at TechRadar, covering all things exercise and nutrition on Fit&Well's tech-focused sister site. Matt originally discovered exercise through martial arts: he holds a black belt in Karate and remains a keen runner, gym-goer, and infrequent yogi. His top fitness tip? Stretch.
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