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Dairy-Free Peppermint Cream smoothie

Banana & Mint Cream Smoothie

This is a holiday favorite that can transport you back to Christmas all year round with a minty, creamy taste that you won’t believe is good for you. It’s light, easy on the calories and a perfect healthy treat for those on a controlled diet or trying to change their eating habits. For those who want a little “something” extra you can easily make it a chocolate peppermint smoothie without compromising the nutritional value.

 

Using almond milk is a fantastic substitute for those who have intolerance as it does not contain lactose but also has more nutrients than cow’s milk so is a great alternative for everyone to try.
The use of frozen banana also thickens the smoothie without compromising on taste by adding ice or water.

 

Smoothie Benefits

 

 

 

  • It also contains a large serving of calcium and vitamins: A, D and E which are needed for:
    • Growth and development
    • Healthy Skin and eyesight
    • Boosting the immunity system
    • Maintaining strong bones and teeth

 

 

* because it contains less potassium and phosphorus than soy or cow’s milk which is something that is dietary restricted with the illness.

 

Smoothie Nutritional Info

Calories: 140
Fat: 3.5g
Carbohydrates: 20g
Protein: 4g
Sugar: 7g

Allergens: nuts
Suitable for Vegetarians and Dairy-free

*Some essential oils can react with medications so seek the advice of your medical professional before using them.

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Banana & Mint Cream Smoothie
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Ingredients

2 Frozen Banana
2 cup Almond Milk
1/2 tsp Peppermint Oil
Optional: For a chocolate variation add 1 Teaspoon of cacao powder

Instructions

1
Use a blender to mix all of the ingredients together until smooth and creamy
2
If you are adding cacao powder ensure that you add it last so that it doesn’t stick or clump to the bottom

My name is Angela and I am a smoothie addict with a craze for healthy foods that are also delicious.
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