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Robyn's Mango Sunshine Smoothie

Just one of these creamy smoothies for breakfast and you've started the day right for your anti-inflammatory diet, for bloating and better digestion  — and for just plain deliciousness. Let's be real.
Robyn Niesmann is one of our favorite neighborhood baristas, and a tea crafting genius. This smoothie recipe is just one of several creations by Robyn  — read her full bio here

Robyn's notes

The versatility of Big Heart Tea's Sunshine Dust makes it one of my favorite kitchen staples.  It's a time-saving spice shortcut in Indian or Thai dishes (add some to your rice water!), and it's a comforting coffee-alternative whisked into some hot oat milk & honey, but I really love it in a smoothie with pineapple, peach or mango: a refreshing cold drink with a warm ginger burn.

 Turmeric benefits

Turmeric's one of the few herbs extensively studied by both Ayurveda and “Western” allopathic medicine. This bright orange-gold root's health benefits range from being anti-inflammatory, aiding digestion, boosting immunity with its antioxidants, and more. Combined with peppercorn’s active ingredient piperine, turmeric’s curcumin can do wonders for the body. Plus it's a bright, earthy, warm flavor that deepens your sweet or savory recipes.

The Recipe

Ingredients:

(yields ~16 ounces of smoothie)

  • 1.5 cups Cup of Sunshine tea, cooled
  • 2 tsp Sunshine Dust
  • 1 cup frozen pineapple chunks
  • 1 cup frozen mango chunks
  • 1 cup ripe avocado, chopped
  • 2 tbsp Greek yogurt

Instructions:

Just combine it all in a blender until smooth, and enjoy!

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