Blended fruit delights:
In August 2004 I managed to convert my children from a dull cornflakes-and-soya-milk breakfast to a delicious banana smoothie! If you are wondering what to give your children for breakfast, try this recipe.
To make 4 cups of smoothie, in a blender blend
My 13-year-old son, my husband and I each need 3 cups of smoothie to fill up, my 4-year-old daughter needs from 1 to 1 and 1/2 cups.
Try this with blueberries, strawberries or some other fruit. It is absolutely delicious and satisfying! I recently tried this with one mango, instead of raspberries. Mmm mmm mmm...
Yummy smoothie combinations:
* bananas, 2-3 mangoes, water
* bananas, paw-paw, water
* bananas, figs, water
* bananas, a handful of strawberries, blueberries and raspberries, water
* bananas, a handful of raspberries, water
* pears, a handful of raspberries, water
Process (in a food processor) your favourite fruit/fruit combination.
Process them in a food processor until creamy.
Add some dates/nuts/carob (during processing).
Use some frozen raspberries/blueberries or both.
Decorate the ice-cream with fresh strawberries, or make a strawberry sauce by blending them with some dates/raisins.
Process (in a food processor)
You can serve them with some creammy topping, made, for example, from macademias, raisins and water, processed.
Process (in a food processor) your favourite fruit/fruit combination with psyllium husks (about 4-6 T per 4 cups of fruit mush). For example,
Make a fruit jelly on a crust made from nuts and dates. Delicious!
Juice green apples.
Add strawberries and blend (with a hand mixer).
(No photo, because it's all gone)