Monday, July 4, 2016

Red Berry Smoothie




I like to start my mornings with a self-made smoothie made of season's fruit and berries. Now there's a plenty to choose from at the local market. I decided to go with red berries and chose a bit sour but delicious red currants. Perfect for breakfast!

Red berry smoothie:
1 banana
red currant (as much as you like)
a piece of fresh ginger
1 small spoonful of lucuma powder
3 spoonful of chia seeds
1/2 small spoonful of cinnamon
1 small spoonful of coconut oil
coconut milk





Delicious!


36 comments:

  1. I needed to pin your post to my Pinterest board about food-styling! ;-) These photos are just perfect and I love fruit smoothies. I need to do some changes, because I don't eat bananas! ;-)

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    1. Thanks, Marzena! I don't always add banana, it goes well without it.

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  2. I like smoothies and the flavour or berries fit just right as per my taste. would surely try it soon.

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  3. This is the perfect smoothie I've been looking for. I'm in love with red fruits and for sure I'm going to try this, awesome looking recipe for these summery days. Thanks for the post!

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    1. You're welcome, David! This is a nice summer smoothie.

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  4. so beautifully captured :) love your photography style and this smoothie is right up my alley! hello tomorrow's breakfast

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    1. Thank you so much, Denisa! Glad if you got some inspiration for your breakfast.

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  5. Hahaha this post was on time as the weather is very hot these days! Bookmarking this! :)

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    1. Great! This is a perfect smoothie for summer mornings :)

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  6. I love smoothies and one of my favourites is berries, I never tried making my own so I will bookmark this for future reference!

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    1. Great if you got an inspiration to make a smoothie your own!

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  7. Bookmarked this post as I need to do it too anytime soon. :) Great that you added banana on this red berry smoothie. :)

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    1. Great! Banana makes it a bit thicker and gives sweeteness to it.

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  8. I really love learning new smoothie recipes because I love making smoothies especially in the morning! This sounds delightful with the red currant and everything else! I'm sure it's super tasty as well.

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    1. it's so tasty! I should learn to make green smoothies and other veggie ones, but I like more these sweet ones.

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  9. I think the cinnamon would really add a nice little zing.

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    1. That's right! And it's akind of super food as well so I try to add it all my smoothies.

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  10. I really love smoothies especially if they are made with fresh fruit!! The way you styled the drink in the photo is magnificent!!

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    1. Thank you so much, Lizelle! I prefer fruit smoothies but should learn to make some veggie ones as well.

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  11. Wow, sounds like a great detox drink. Great styling and photography.

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    1. Thank you, Ivan! It's healthy & delicious :)

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  12. Berry smoothies are my favourite! They're so healthy and taste amazing.

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    1. Mine as well! I love the fresh and sweet taste.

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  13. I just had to pin this for later, I would love these in the morning!

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    1. Great! Thanks, Liz! I love to start mornings with a fruity smoothie.

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  14. The fact that you use coconut milk instead of milk it's convinced me even more to try this recipe. Looks so fresh, and delicious.

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    1. Thanks! Sometimes I use souymilk but nowadays I prefer coconut milk.

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  15. I love smoothies so this is something I would like to try. I will give the recipe to my husband to make it for me. How's that? :D

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  16. This looks like a recipe that is easy to make and the pictures look so yummy!

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    1. Thank you, Sabine! It is easy to make, just put everything to a blender for few seconds and it's ready.

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  17. Unfortunately I'm allergic to a lot of red fruits but maybe I could make this using raspberries instead. Do you think that would taste ok too?

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    1. Oh, it would be super delicious with raspberries!

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  18. Omg those berries look super juicy and bright!

    Love,
    Ivelisse | CarnationDreams.com

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    1. Thanks, Ivelisse :) They were so juicy!

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