Hello my Dear Wonderful Readers!!
How are you all doing today? So I am back with another smoothie recipe. This time its a sour smoothie but as most other smoothies I post, this one is packed with healthy goodness. By the way, have you guys watched the new Kung Fu Panda? I haven’t yet, but I plan to this week 🙂 Do suggest any new movies that you think are worth watching. We try watching movies that are “kid” friendly when my son is awake. We reserve the ‘Game of Thrones’ episodes and other action packed movies for when he is fast asleep. But half of the episodes/action movies are seen on mute (read subtitles), cause there is this constant fear of waking him up. Like they say, everything is a balance. Like when we go out, we take turns to eat, the same way at home also we take turns with who gets to change the diapers and who feeds him! Its all a balance.
Ok so back to the smoothie.
Cranberries are a huge source of Vitamin C and Manganese. It help fight cancer and urinary infections. Apples help fight Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. So on the whole this recipe is one that helps keep you fit and healthy. You can add more sugar / honey as you like. I used greek yogurt and milk. But you could use almond milk or any kind of milk as desired.
- Cranberries – 200 gms
- Apples – 2 ( cored and cut )
- Cinnamon – 1/2 tsp
- Greek Yogurt – 1 cup
- Milk – 1 cup
- Oats – 1/2 cup
- Honey – 3 tbsp ( add more if required)
- In the bowl of your blender, add the cranberries, apples, cinnamon powder, yogurt and oats
- Turn the blender on medium speed and add milk. Adjust the consistency as you like
- Finally add honey into the blender bowl and taste
- Serve right away
- The smoothie might be a little sour so add as much honey as you like
Hello My Dear Wonderful Readers!
How are you all doing today? So, I am back with another breakfast smoothie, completely inspired by left over fresh and dry fruits from the kitchen counter. But you never know how good they taste till you combine then and taste them. So I was so sceptical to mix these two flavours. Cause the brownish layer below is really sweet ( no added sugar, just the sugar from the fruits) and the bright pink layer on top is slightly sour. But they taste really nice together!
- Banana – 2
- Chikku – 4
- Raisin – 3 tbsp
- Oats – 1/2 cup
- Milk – 1/2 cup
- Grapes – 1/2 cup
- Pomegranate – 1/2 cup
- In a clean blender bowl, add banana, raisins, chikku pulp, oats and milk
- Blend together for a nice thick smoothie
- Pour into your serving glass
- Now clean the blender bowl and wipe with a dry cloth
- Add grapes and pomegranate seeds and blend to form a juice
- Add water if necessary to help the grapes and pomegranate blend
- Pour the juice over the banana smoothie layer already in the glass
- The consistency would be like that of an ice cream so if you like you may either add more milk or use a spoon to enjoy the smoothie
Hello my Dear Wonderful Readers!
Remember how I said, I am going to make the easiest recipes so I learn to manage time with my baby and the blog? Yeah.. So this one comes in that category. It’s super super simple and it’s also a perfect breakfast. In fact, on lazy weekends, if you end up getting up late and the house is a mess, all you have to do is put all of the ingredients mentioned below into the blender and you won’t be hungry for the next 3 hours. Mr R has been playing cricket often these days (a corporate tournament is happening this Feb), so that results in a very hungry, tired husband coming home after an early morning practice. This usually is the time when my son and I are still rubbing our sleepy eyes and trying to hold our heads up without nodding off again. So this situation usually calls for smoothie breakfasts. Easy to make and I get by without having to make Mr R his morning coffee :p
- Milk – 2 + 1/2 cups
- Instant Oats – 1/2 cup
- Strawberries – 3 cups ( cleaned, hulled and halved)
- Banana – 3 big
- Water – 1/2 cup ( depends also on how thick you like it)
- Sugar – 3 tbsp ( optional)
- Vanilla Extract – 1 tbs
- Almonds – a handful
- In a blender add milk, strawberries, bananas, almonds and give it a whirl
- Then add the oats, sugar and vanilla extract
- Finally check the consistency and add water accordingly
- Serve right away
- If you like cold smoothies, use frozen bananas and strawberries and skip the water, just add more milk