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Raspberry Ripple Smoothie

by Rachel Evans
on 7th September 2017
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This smoothie looks green, but I can assure you it has a creamy vanilla flavour. The green colour comes from spinach, which – honestly- I decided to use because my vanilla protein powder is a weird green colour and it was making the smoothie very unphotogenic, so I had to add in something else that was green!


Raspberry Ripple Smoothie

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You can add in the spinach or leave it out, your choice – it tastes yummy either way.

This recipe serves 2 as a snack or light dessert.

Ingredients

  • 250ml oat milk
  • 100ml coconut milk
  • 150g banana - chopped & frozen
  • 50g spinach
  • 25g vanilla protein powder or 1tbsp vanilla powder/essence
  • 6 ice cubes
  • 100g pre-frozen raspberries
Raspberry Ripple Smoothie
Prep Time
Serves
2

Instructions

  1. Heat the raspberries in a small pan. As they begin to soften mash them with a fork. Transfer the raspberries to a bowl to cool them down quicker.

  2. Blend the rest of the ingredients until smooth.

  3. Transfer half of the raspberries into a short glass and pour over half of the smoothie. Then stir the mixture to get a ripple effect. Repeat with the rest of the ingredients in a second glass.

Rachel Evans

Hi. I'm Rachel and through my Healthy & Psyched website I want to make health and well-being accessible to everyone, from health-nuts to people who are just curious or even intimidated. Through my Instagram, Twitter & Facebook you'll find plant-based recipes, wide-ranging lifestyle tips and reviews. I hope you'll be inspired in the kitchen and learn how to make healthy tweaks to your lifestyle.
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