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When I want a healthy start to my day, this fresh, delicious Smoothie is my go-to breakfast! It’s quick, easy, and packed with vitamins, antioxidants and probiotics. Frozen fruit can easily be substituted when fresh is unavailable. Pour it into a travel mug, and you can enjoy it on your morning commute!
Developed a taste for these beauties over the years ,especially the classic buttermilk,not to mention the wonders it can do for the body in Indian Summers! I love the fact that they have such amazing nutritional values yet are so humble in their making.
After my tea post, I felt coffee deserved one of its own. My favourite thing about coffee is the fact that just the idea of it sends me to a cozy place inside. It doesn't need company of another dish. Coffee itself is company.
Grab a bunch of lemons on your next trip to the Farmers Market so you can make the perfect summer cordial—limoncello. Plan ahead because it takes at least a month to make! You just need lemons, vodka, sugar, water and time.
A coffee person at heart but hailing from India, Chai somehow has a special place for itself within me,especially Ginger tea. It's amazing how a simple beverage seeped its way through different cultures across the world . Not to mention the beautiful kettles and ceramics that are created as a result of its existence.
Creating an illustration for this recipe was so fun! I'm currently missing Savannah (where I attend school), and there is this coffee shop I would always get lavender latte's at. So, while quarantined, I thought it would be a fun treat to recreate it at home! This recipe will be sure to soothe and warm your insides!
A great smoothie recipe designed for the start of a good morning or the end of a tough workout!
1/2 cup of Frozen Blueberries
3 Frozen Baby Carrots or Raw Baby Carrots
1 cup of Raw Spinach
3-4 Ice cubes
1 Cup of water
These ingredients are interchangeable, so please feel free to make any adjustments to this recipe! I made this recipe as a result of my packed schedule. I didn't have much time to eat breakfast in the morning, so it was easy to make a smoothie and drink it on the way to the bus for my morning classes.
One of the richest sources of vitamin E are oils, seeds, nuts and green leafy vegetables. Vitamin E is essential for physiological functions along with hormonal balances.
Carrots are rich in Beta Carotene/Vitamin A, important for vision, growth, and immune function. (I personally don't like carrots so it's a nice way of sneaking them into my diet!)
Blueberries are low-glycemic ranked food, meaning it promotes long-term energy and helps keep you satiated throughout your day. They're also high in antioxidants.
Bananas are full in Potassium and are great after a workout when you've sweat a good amount and need to restore some minerals.