Sometimes all you need to lift your mood and energy is a nice, cold and refreshing smoothie! And what’s more refreshing than a tropical mango banana and coconut smoothie?Even the colour is bright and cheerful! Naturally sweet from the mango and banana with a hint of coconut.
Smoothies are one of the easiest ways to get some fruit and veg into your daily diet. It’s also one of the easiest ways to create a balanced meal with sufficient amounts of carbohydrates, proteins and fats!
Homemade almond milk is definitely way creamier and richer than the ones I’ve tried from the supermarket and the great thing about making your own is that you can make it as sweet as you like and add other flavours like cinnamon, vanilla and chocolate (like I’m doing in this recipe).
Last week was actually warm enough for a frozen treat, looks like summer is finally here (even though it’s raining now as I’m writing this!!) I’ve really been craving some banana ice cream (nice cream, nana ice cream…or whatever you want to call it!) lately, which is basically frozen bananas blended into a thick ice cream like consistency. If you haven’t tried it, it’s definitely something you NEED to add to your ‘recipes to make’ list.
This smoothie tastes so so good, kind of like a chocolate milkshake! But all the ingredients will nourish and feed your body. The healthy carbs (from the banana) and protein (from the added protein powder) make it an excellent breakfast or post-workout meal.
The perfect vegan alternative to milk. Smooth, creamy and much tastier than the shop bought varieties! It only takes 30 minutes in a blender and you can adjust the flavour to taste.
The easiest way to make sure you’re getting your daily intake of vitamin and mineral rich greens is by making a green smoothie.
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