I welcome you to my renewed blog, with this delicious and filling fig and pistachio smoothie. After 6 and a half years, my blog needed a good upgrade, and now it’s up and ready for all the fall and winter cooking. So, browse its pages and tell me how you like it.
After all these years I decided to separate the Greek from the English text and I made some changes in appearance and colors. But I did not do all this alone. Without the talented Elina I would not have achieved anything, and I thank her very much!
And, to celebrate it 🙂 I decided to make my first video recipe. I liked the process so much (although it has twice as much work ..) that I will definitely repeat it, so subscribe to my You Tube channel, which for so long just sat there all by itself 😀 because more videos will come in the future. So, tell me what you think about the video, as well!
But let’s now talk about this wonderful smoothie, which, I assure you, you will make it on repeat. 🙂
This is a fig and pistachio smoothie. I used a pistachio mylk for the first time, and it suited more than you can imagine. It also contains almond butter (the white one, which has finer taste), honey (or maple syrup if you are vegan), banana, avocado, vanilla and cinnamon.
Fig & Pistachio Smoothie
A delicious and filling fig & pistachio smoothie, with pistachio mylk and other nutritious ingredients
- • 1 cup pistachio mylk
- • 1 very ripe, frozen banana
- • 3 figs, peeled
- • ½ avocado, peeled
- • ¼ cup white almond butter
- • 1-2 tablespoons of honey, or, maple syrup
- • ½ teaspoon of vanilla extract
- • ceylon cinnamon, for sprinkling
Put all the ingredients up to the vanilla, in the mentioned order, in the blender and blend.
Serve in glasses and sprinkle with Ceylon cinnamon.
2.8g Saturated fat
24.9g Unsaturated fat
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