Vegan Smoothie:

Almond Banana Coconut Date Smoothie
My very Vegan A.B.C.D. Smoothie

For a Single Serving 1 & a half Cups of Coconut Milk 
For a Double Serving 2.5 Cups of Coconut Milk (store in fridge while drinking first cup or share one)
Ingredients my pictures are for two servings so use about half of the quantity that I had used if you are only interested in making a single serving 

What You'll Need:
  • Coconut Milk
  • Almonds
  • Dried Dates
  • One Banana

  1. Begin pouring the desired amount of coconut milk into the blender
  2. Add the chopped banana into the blender 
  3. Gently add 5 pieces of Dried Dates (three pieces for single serve)
  4. For two servings add about 20 almonds (for one serving add 10 almonds) 
  5. Now press CHOP on the blender & let the ingredients blend for one minute
  6. Press STOP, with the lid still covering the glass and gently shake so that all of the heavier ingredients can go to the top and be chopped up into a creamy smoothie 
  7. Now press LIQUIFY on the blender to blend the ingredients into smoothness
  8. Finally Enjoy your smoothie

Beauty & Body Benefits:
  • Almonds contain: Iron, Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Vitamin E, Folate, Magnesium, Selenium & healthy fats
    • A single almond has about 9 Calories
    • How that benefits your health:
      • Helps prevent cellulite
      • Promotes a healthy heart 
      • Helps maintain bone health 
  • Natural Coconut Milk has vitamins: C, E, B1, B3, B12, proteins, potassium, magnesium, iron, & healthy fats
    • Here's what the above vitamins, minerals, & fats do: 
      • Hydrates your skin & body
      • Promotes healthy muscles, bones & teeth
      • Provides natural energy
  • Dry Dates contain vitamins: A, E, C, K, B2, B6, thiamin & niacin
    • They are also rich in iron, calcium, & about 20 to 25 healthy calories per date
    • The vitamins mentioned above are known to have the following benefits on your skin:
      • Rejuvenate your tight or tired muscles
      • Naturally makes your skin moist (in a good way, not the acne way)
      • Repair Damaged Skin Cells due to Stress
      • Prevent Wrinkles
      • Repairs sun damaged hair 
      • Nourishes your roots, scalp into smoothness

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