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
ead her full bio here
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'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.
(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
Just combine it all in a blender until smooth, and enjoy!
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