Triple Papaya Smoothie Recipe
By Lena's Vegan Living
🔪Prep Time: 10 mins
1 papaya pealed seeded and cut into cubes
1 orange only juice
2 tbsp red beet powder
2 kiwi fruits pealed and cut into cubes
1 cup organic baby spinach
1 tsp green spirulina
½ cup light coconut milk
2 tbsp plain coconut yogurt per glass
1By using a blender, blend papaya with orange juice until smooth. You may add more juice if needed, it depends on the size of your papaya and orange. I you feel like adding a sweetener, for example maple syrup or erythritol, that is up to you.
2Remove half of the mixture into a bowl and blend the remaining half with the beet powder.
3Divide the red beet mixture into your glasses, using large funnel and do the same with the remaining orange mixture.
4Now rinse your blender and blend all the green layer ingredients. You may also add sweetener if you like.
5Again, using the funnel, make the green layer and top with coconut yogurt and pomegranates.
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