We have smoothies at least three times a week in our house. Our freezer is always packed with frozen berries, greens and bananas so we’re ready to go when we feel like having a simple lunch or even dessert. Plus, once your bub is able to suck from a straw, smoothies make a perfect no fuss, no mess lunch option that can be ready in five minutes with little thought.
When I created this recipe I wanted something different to what we usually make and we had a whole bag of granny smith apples that needed used up. The rest is history.
It’s creamy, tasty, full of good fats and protein and will keep you feeling full until dinner without feeling heavy and weighed down.
Spiced Apple Smoothie
Makes one serve
GF, DF, RSF, vegan, paleo
Prep time + tidy up: 10mins
Cook time: 2mins
1 green apple
2 cups fresh spinach
1 tbsp tahini
1 tsp hemp protein or other protein powder
1 cup coconut milk or whatever milk you use
1.5 tbsp Naked Paleo Reishi + Chai Mylk Infusion Latte Powder (alternatively you can add a pinch of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger powder to taste)
Sweetener optional - Maple syrup or honey
Add everything to a blender and blender until smooth.
Add a cup of ice for a thicker smoothie and more milk if you like it thinner.
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