Warm Persimmon Smoothie
A smoothie can be a quick and easy breakfast or snack – but in winter it becomes difficult to drink smoothies when it is already cold. It is preferable to have something warm and comforting, but sometimes porridge can be tiresome after a long winter! This is where the lovely creation of a warm persimmon smoothie is here to help us. This particular recipe contains immune boosting ingredients that not only help support our body but also add to the warming effect of the smoothie.
Persimmons are the perfect fruit for winter – they contain an array of nutrients and have that perfect balance between sweet and comforting. Try out this warm persimmon smoothie to break the ice on a cold morning or carry you through the day for an afternoon snack.
What you will need for the smoothie:
- X1 cup of milk (you can substitute for nut milk if you prefer dairy free)
- X1 banana
- X2 dates
- X2 persimmons (make sure they are ripe)
- Pinch of ginger powder
- Pinch of cinnamon powder
- Small pinch of nutmeg powder
- Use all ingredients at room temperature, if they have been stored in the fridge, allow them to meet room temperature before making the smoothie
- chop up your dates, banana and persimmon
- Add your chopped fruit to the blender
- Add one cup of milk and your spices (cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg)
- Blend until smooth and continue to blend to ‘warm’ up the smoothie further
- If you prefer a warmer smoothie, you can heat up your milk before hand but make sure that it is not boiling hot and only lukewarm in temperature.
- Enjoy your comforting tasty smoothie, we hope it warms your day!
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