Posts tagged smoothie
Chocolate Banana thick shake

When we were young we used to love making homemade thick shakes after school. We would use ice cream, milk and chocolate or vanilla syrup. If we tried drinking this now, we would probably have a stomach ache for days. This chocolate banana thick shake is made using nourishing ingredients that wont leave you with a sugar rush after consuming. It is also a great way to start the day and can be made in under 5 minutes. Its so delicious, its almost on the verge of being pudding, if you do want to make it into a pudding, leave out the milk.

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Salted Caramel Milkshake

A little bit sweet, a little bit salty. Anything caramel flavoured I am drawn to. In my early 20's I would go through the McDonald's drive thru and ask for a cup of caramel sauce and devour the whole thing in a sitting. Long gone are those days, it's not worth the sugar hangover! If you are a caramel lover, try this homemade milkshake. The combination of dates and cashews make it ultra creamy! Enjoy! Jx

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Berry Superfood Smoothie

We all have those days when a little extra boost is needed - instead of grabbing a cup of coffee in the mornings make this berry superfood smoothie to kick start your day.  Full of super foods, flavour and protein you will be satiated and give your insides some extra love.

I have used maca root powder, lucuma, chia seeds and maqui berry powder in this dairy free, gluten free, vegan smoothie.

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Chocolate Orange Smoothie

Serves 1 (or two as a micro snack/dessert)

Ingredients: 

1 orange 1-2 Tbsp raw organic cacao (2 Tbsp if you like your choccie dark) 1 Tbsp chocolate Clean Lean Protein or Sun Warrior rice protein 1/2 frozen banana 1/4c water 1/4 cashews (soaked for 4 hrs and rinsed) 1-2c ice 1 tsp yacon syrup/raw honey/maple OR 1 medjool date

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Coconut Water Smoothie

Coconut water has many health benefits, one of them being the high content of electrolytes making it the perfect summer or post workout drink to help hydrate you.  Coconut water also contains no fat, as the water is quite sweet I drink coconut water to help with my sugar cravings. I was given a coconut and wasn't quite sure how to open it as all the knives I tried at home would not do the trick.

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