Spiced Pear Smoothie!

Ingredients

  • ¾ cup organic unsweetened vanilla nut milk
  • 2 scoops Way Better than Whey Ora protein powder
  • ½ tsp organic dried ginger
  • ¼ tsp organic cinnamon
  • 1 handful organic spinach
  • 1 organic, ripe bartlett pear
  • ½ cup organic steeped ginger tea

Directions  

Simmer some water in a tea kettle. As that’s heating up, combine all ingredients except for the tea into the blender. Once the water’s simmering, pour ½ cup onto your ginger tea bag. Let steep for about 5 minutes. Pour the tea into the blender, and blend all ingredients. Your smoothie should be warm!

  

 

 

 

Spice up yo’ life!

This looks like a typical green smoothie, but with much more, well, spice. You’ll still satisfy your morning smoothie craving all the while tailoring it to the fall and winter season. Eating and drinking foods that are warm in temperate aid in digestion and help to balance the colder fall and winter months. Spices also bring up the temperature and energy of a food, making it perfect to have at breakfast when you’re beginning the day. Within the smoothie, the warming quality of the spices is balanced by the coolness of the fruit. Basically, it’s a perfectly balanced way to get a zap of energy in the morning without making a laborious meal. (And, it’s not something you’d typically see at your local smoothie joint!)

Now let’s take a quick look some of those ingredients shall we?

 

 

Cinnamon

A delicious spice that also acts as an anti-inflammatory.

 

 

 

Ginger

If you’ve ever had a funny feeling in your stomach, chances are someone probably recommended you drink some ginger beer. Ginger root is a great helper for digestion!

 

 

 

Spinach

This leafy green pops up in plenty of vitamins and minerals! We could list them all, but then this post would get very long. There’s a good reason for it too, Spinach is a great source of calcium and iron - very helpful if you don’t have a lot (or any) dairy or red meat in your diet!  

 

 

Pears

Sweet with natural sugars and high in soluble fiber! They’re also high in vitamin C and vitamin K.

 

 


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