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A glorious pink smoothie with a blast of berries, clementines and some cinnamon. Slurp!

Winter Mixed Berry Smoothie made with frozen berries (raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and blueberries), teamed with clementimes and winter spices.

Winter Mixed Berry Smoothie


I got into a bit of a bad habit of only making green smoothies. I love them so much.

They are always so delicious and such a beautiful colour, but I sensed my boys were perhaps getting a bit fed up with all the green. So it was time for a change.

Winter naturally leans towards green smoothies as there's not much in the way of berries at this time of year and the thought of parsnip or turnip in a smoothie is too much for me to contemplate.

I'm sorry but NO!!! I have my limits.

Now apples, pears and kale are still around so I'm tempted to whizz them up every day and I mean every day.

I had a talk to myself and made this very berry smoothie.

I dipped into my freezer for some mixed berries (raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and blueberries). I still wanted it to be seasonal, so I added some clementines and cinnamon.

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Winter Mixed Berry Smoothie made with frozen berries (raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and blueberries), teamed with clementimes and winter spices. 

I made my smoothie in my Optimum 9400  (it's happy to blend big clumps of frozen fruit or ice cubes) and with Cooper in mind I topped them with some popping candy and served them in glasses with pretty pink paper straws. 

I have a huge collection of these straws in different colours, they are so much nicer to drink out of than a plastic straw.

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Winter Mixed Berry Smoothie made with frozen berries (raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and blueberries), teamed with clementimes and winter spices.
Winter Berry Smoothie
A glorious pink smoothie with a blast of berries, clementines and some cinnamon. Slurp!
Ingredients
  • 200g frozen mixed berries (if you don't have a power blender like mine, defrost the berries as you could burn out your blender's motor, believe me, I've been there.)
  • 1 large banana
  • 3 clementines
  • 1 tbsp maple syrup
  • 2 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 2 tsp acai powder
  • 2 tsp baobab powder
  • 600ml water (or milk/soy milk)
Instructions
1. Peel the clementines. Try to get as much of the pith off as possible.2. Place all the ingredients in a blender and whizz until smooth. No need for ice cubes as the frozen berries will cool the drink.3. Serve and enjoy!
Details
Total time:
Yield: Makes 1 jug of smoothie



You can add milk or soy milk instead of water for a softer drink. More of a shake.

My son preferred it this way as it was quite a strong flavoured smoothie.

I liked the kick of berries just as they are with the hint of spice and sweetened with a little maple syrup. Yum it was good!




Disclosure: I was given my Optimum 9400 blender over a year ago. It's still my favourite toy. My opinions are my own as ever.
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