Green Smoothie Recipe for Winter
In the winter time when it's cold and frosty you can create gorgeous
warming smoothies that really hit the spot. Try adding ginger and lime
to your favourite green smoothies to give them some extra zing.
Tip: To warm your smoothie slightly let you blender run for
longer usually. Its blades will get hot with the friction and warm your
smoothie. The higher the power of your blender the quicker this happens.
My blender is 600w, and I run it for a couple of
minutes to create a warm smoothie. Be careful not to leave it running too long,
or you risk cooking the food, and blowing up your blender!
Cold Blasting Green Smoothie Recipe
Green Smoothie Ingredients Serves 1-2
- 2 oranges
- Half a lime
- 1 or 2 ripe bananas
- 3cm cube of peeled ginger root
- A large handful of either baby spinach, mixed green salad, or parsley.
- 1-3 soaked dates (optional)
How to Make
- Juice the oranges, and add the juice to the blender.
- Add the peeled, sliced bananas, and the washed greens.
- Cut the peel off the lime, and add into the blender.
- Slice and add the ginger, and add the dates if using.
- Blend until smooth, and enjoy.
If I'm very hungry I like to add a large handful of soaked almonds and a couple of teaspoons of shelled hemp seed.
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