Christmas Smoothie

Do you drink smoothies in the winter? You will want to make this Christmas Smoothie. It’s sweet, creamy and the perfect winter breakfast.

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We’ve officially got 20 days until Christmas, which is just so exciting. Like a lot of people, this is my favourite time of year. I love the decorations, the general feeling of joy in the air, the anticipation of family and friend time, and of course, the food. You have to love a holiday (and a holiday season) that is all about spending time with people that you love and baking delicious cookies. You just have to.

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So far this holiday season, I’ve visited my grandma in her beautiful and charming town a few hours from where I live, had my BFFs over for dessert, attended a friend’s holiday party and celebrated my lovely dad’s birthday. I’ve eaten steak and fries and a frozen chocolate peanut butter pie (well, not the entire pie… but you get the idea). I’ve eaten paella and drank red wine and generally enjoyed myself. And since we’re not even at Christmas yet, I’m pretty sure that more fun and more good food is in my future. #holidaygoals

My Christmas Smoothie has got some naturally holiday appropriate ingredients like clementines and all kinds of spices. You can enjoy this smoothie with some oatmeal or toast (gluten-free if necessary, of course) if you’re having it for breakfast. Or it makes a great afternoon snack.

Christmas Smoothie
 
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My Christmas Smoothie is sweet and spicy, made with clementines and spices.
Recipe type: Breakfast, Snacks
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 2 small clementines
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp ginger
  • ½ tsp cardamom
Instructions
  1. Mix your ingredients together in a blender until smooth and creamy.
 

 

What’s your fave smoothie combo?

Aya Tsintziras is a food blogger at www.ahealthystory.com. She posts gluten-free, dairy-free and mostly sugar-free recipes, lifestyle and pop culture stories on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

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4 comments

  1. Sounds yummy, Aya. I am going to make this for Scotia for when she gets home from school today. She has an after-school rehearsal, so will be a nice treat after a long day. Love your blog! Look forward to more great recipes and writing in the New Year!

    1. Thank you, Cheryl! I hope you and Scotia enjoy! Thank you SO much for your kind words and for your support, it means a lot to me! Happy holidays!

  2. What a neat twist adding cardamom! This sounds so tasty. 🙂 Also, frozen chocolate peanut butter pie sounds wonderful. I’m glad you’re having a fun and restful holiday season!

    1. Thanks so much, Claire! That pie was as dreamy as it sounds. Thank you are so much, I’m glad you are too! Happy holidays!

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