Natural Benefits: 7 Vegan Smoothie Recipes
MThe variety of milk or yogurt-based smoothies shouldn’t lead you astray that vegan recipes are less filling and healthy.
Packed with natural sugars, vitamins, minerals, as well as vegetable fats and proteins, fruit and berry smoothies will help you start the day right and relieve hunger for a long time.
BeautyHack’s selection of 7 vegan smoothie recipes are a welcome addition to a light summer menu.
This vibrant blend of ripe fruits is spiced up with fresh ginger (take our quiz and find out which smoothie you should definitely try this summer).
Place half a cup of frozen pineapple, half a cup of mango, one banana, the juice of half a lemon, and a thin slice of ginger root in a blender bowl. Pour all ingredients in a cup of coconut milk and beat until smooth.
The cucumber tastes perfectly with the fresh shades of spinach and avocado.
In a blender, combine half a cup of almond milk, 2 large bunches of spinach, half a cucumber, and half a ripe avocado. Add the juice of half a lemon to the cocktail.
Try this nutritious summer cocktail with avocado and refreshing berry and lime flavors.
To a glass of almond milk, add half a ripe avocado, a cup of blueberries, lime juice, and a spoonful of agave syrup for sweetness. Whisk all ingredients with a blender until smooth.
Lovers of tropical nuts will appreciate the drink, which combines the aroma of coconut with fresh strawberries to sound brighter and richer.
To make it, combine half a cup of frozen or fresh berries with a few slices of mango, a teaspoon of coconut oil, and a glass of coconut milk in a blender.
A smoothie with a tart cherry and almond aroma can easily replace a dessert without harming your figure (see 15 slimming smoothie recipes here).
To make it, place a glass of almond milk, a cup of frozen cherries, half a banana, and two teaspoons of almond butter in a blender.Add a spoonful of liquid vanilla extract or a little vanilla to the mixture – beat until smooth.
If you love the taste of nut butter, you’ll love a smoothie based on it with added fruits and spices.
Mix a quarter cup of any plant-based milk with a banana, half a cup of frozen pineapple, two teaspoons of almond paste, a large pinch of ground cinnamon, and a little ground ginger – whisk with a blender until smooth.
Chia seeds give this smoothie a nice texture, and cardamom adds a savory sweetness. For the base, you can use any berries or experiment with fruits.
Add three teaspoons of chia seeds to a glass of almond milk and let the mixture sit for 20 to 50 minutes, until the seeds swell and the milk has a pudding texture. Now whisk the resulting shake in a blender with half a glass of almond milk, a glass of frozen berries, and a pinch of ground cardamom.Text: Anya Sherstneva