Kiwi-Blackberry Smoothie

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A tasty treat and absolutely refreshing. Use your favourite berries like raspberries,blueberries  or strawberries. You can substitute the soy milk with orange juice if desired.

To make Kiwi-Blackberry  Smoothie you’ll need:

2 kiwi fruits

1 large ripe banana
8 blackberries
500 ml Chocolate soy milk

Directions

– Place all ingredients into a blender, purée until smooth.

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– Serve cold. Keep leftovers in fridge.

– Enjoy

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Guava Smoothie

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Guava is very popular,inexpensive fruit in Egypt. I always buy guava here in Montreal  from Marché Adonis, usually it is  quite expensive. I was lucky to find it this week on sale for 99 cents/Lb in MAXI. They smelled just like home when I was a little kid. I want to share my mother’s recipe with you today, hope you’ll try it and like it.

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You can find guava in middle eastern and Mexican stores.

To make Guava Smoothie you’ll need:
3 Guavas,de-seeded and quartered
1 sliced banana
1 C whole milk
1 C orange juice
1/4 C plain yoghurt
1 tsp vanilla extract
Directions
– Place all ingredients into a blender, purèe until smooth.
– Serve cold. Keep leftovers in fridge.

Buttermilk Date Shake With Orange & Bananas

Buttermilk Dates Shake

Enjoy this quick, nourishing shake with all the goodness of buttermilk, dates and fresh fruits.

Soaking the dates sweetens the buttermilk, and makes it easier to purée. This energy booster drink is great for breakfast.

To make Buttermilk Dates Shake With Orange & Bananas you’ll need:

20 dates, pitted

4 C buttermilk

3 bananas , peeled and sliced

1 C fresh orange juice

Directions

Soak dates in buttermilk for few hours (or overnight) in the fridge.

Just before serving, place buttermilk and dates into a blender, add bananas and orange juice,  purée until smooth.

Serve cold. Keep leftovers in fridge.