Breakfast Smoothies|Fall Themed Recipes

Hey everyone.! Sorry you had to spend a whole month without me, but I’ll treat you to some great recipes for this October!! 👻🎃 I enjoy the spirit of Halloween because it seems to be a perfect excuse to experiment with just about anything. There’s a bunch of plant-based recipes I can’t wait to share with you this Fall! Lately, I’ve been working at a raw organic juice bar here in Arizona. On my downtime, I’ve managed to make up some yummy juice & smoothie recipes that are perfect for this season.

~I made sure to make them just a few ingredients so that everyone has a chance to gather ALL ingredients. ~

     

Autumn Cross

I created this one in my own kitchen using some canned pumpkin and bananas to make a perfectly thick, satisfying creamy breakfast smoothie. These two main ingredients are rich in potassium and can serve as meal replacements. Flavor as you please on this one ~

What you’ll need:

3 Bananas (better frozen)

3/4 cup of almond milk (or any other plant milk)

2 TBsp of seeds/supplements  (pumpkin, sunflower, flax, chia, hemp, maca etc.)

1/4 cup of pumpkin

2 dates /or 1 TBsp maple syrup

2 tsp cinnamon & pumpkin spice

1 tsp vanilla extract

 

 

    

Apple-Pear Cider

I love this recipe, specifically for the juicer. Surprisingly, it tastes delicious in a blended smoothie as well! My coworkers especially love this juice as it reminds them of apple cider! If you add more cayenne, it allows more blood flow in the body.

If you have a juicer/juice bar near you this is the best way to enjoy this recipe!

What you’ll need:

3 Apples (peeled if blending)

2 pears (peeled if blending)

1/2 lemon (juice if blending)

3 pieces /or 1 tsp of ginger dash of cinnamon & cayenne pepper

   

 

Sour Apple

(left to right) Sour Apple & Apple-Pear Cider

This is definitely on the energizing side and best served cold! The apples give you a nice carb boost while the pineapples add sweetness and a daily dose of vitamin C! Everything in this juice is best consumed in the morning!

What you’ll need: 

1/2 cup of apple juice /or coconut water

3 green apples (peeled)

1 cup of Pineapples

2 TBsp of lemon juice

1/2 of cucumber (peeling optional)

1 piece/or  1/2 tsp ginger

Some Tips

  • The key to juicing is to drink it at room temperature, immediately. If you wait, some fruits start to ferment and they leave a frothy texture at the top. It’s not harmful or bad to drink it, but it doesn’t always taste good.
  • You can refrigerate overnight, but the textures will be different depending on the juice/smoothie.
  • Keep the apple peels and add them to make a baked oatmeal or any other sweet dessert.

~I will share the recipe for my baked oatmeal by request~

 

 

 

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