After all the holiday indulgence, this Fruits and Greens Carob Smoothie presents itself as an easy yet effective way to get back to consuming greens and fruits. With baby spinach and kale, mango, pineapple, asian pear, apple, and unsweetened almond milk, give your body the daily nutritional boost it deserves.
What makes this carob smoothie recipe even more special is that it doesn’t require refined sugar. Our carob powder naturally sweetens it while packing it with delicious Australian Carob flavor. The delicious addition of apple and Asian pear is unbeatable when it comes to flavor. They also act as organic sweeteners.
Fruits and Greens Carob Smoothie Ingredients
- Fruits. Mango, pineapple, apple, and Asian pear.
- Greens. Baby spinach and kale.
- Plant-based milk. Pure and unsweetened almond milk.
- Natural Sweetener. Raw or roasted carob powder.
If you’d wish to turn this into a smoothie bowl, we recommend making your own frozen fruits and using frozen chopped kale and spinach. You’ll find these at the supermarket’s frozen food department, if you find that more convenient. Making your own frozen greens and fruits? Just place them inside the freezer the night before you need them. Chopping the greens before freezing will make a world of difference.
Australian Carobs has a long list of healthy smoothie recipes that you can make at home or for your cafe. It would be great to see more and more food establishments using carobs in their offer line-up. Please visit our Carob Smoothies to view all your options, from smoothie drinks to smoothie bowls.
RECIPE: Fruits and Greens Carob Smoothie
- 1 Food Blender
- 1/2 cup natural unsweetened almond milk
- 1/2 cup mango
- 1/4 cup pineapple
- 1/4 cup Asian pear
- 1/4 cup apple
- 1/4 cup baby spinach
- 1/4 cup baby kale
- 2 tbsps The Australian Carob Co. Roasted or Raw Carob Powder
- Place all ingredients in the blender jar and blend completely.
- Pour into a glass and dust with carob powder.
- Serve and consume immediately.
For more homemade gourmet carob recipes using Australian Carobs, please visit CarobRecipes.com.