This Kiwi Smoothie pic received so much love on our Insta page, so I thought it would be a good idea to share the recipe! See, I AM nice, sharing is caring 🙂
So… Kiwi’s, Kiwi fruit, in a smoothie… a KIKI SMOOTHIE! Yep, it doesn’t sound at all fabulous, but it was. I’m going to be honest, like any healthy eating plan, I’ve slowly started reverting to my old ways! *Cry*. Yes, I’m still eating home cooked goodness, all wholemeal, wholewheat, brown EVERYTHING and less refined sugars. But now and again, I do like to partake in the wine and Chinese takeaway tradition that me and the hubby have enjoyed over the years. Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t every night, who could afford that? It’s only once a month, and, to be frank, if it was more than that I’d be rolling around town looking like a potato in clothing. I like to mix it up, have treats and be as good as I can, when I can! Don’t worry, I’m still making my smoothies, take a look at the proof on our Insta page lol, I do however miss juicing, so watch this space, I may start switching between the two and having juice recipes on the Kiki blog too! Kiwi Smoothie Ingredients
- Green sweet pepper
- Sprinkle Of Flaxseed
- Half a Teaspoon of Manuka Honey
Instructions Blend the following together with water – Kiwi, Sweet Pepper, Wheatgrass, & Manuka honey. Pour into your glass. Blend the remaining ingredients, again with a little water and pour onto your Kiwi mix. Sprinkle with Flaxseed and enjoy!
Kiwi Smoothie Ingredients benefits:
Kiwi Fruit- Has five times the amount of vitamin C than an orange! Is also rich in vitamin A, K, E and B, potassium, copper, folate, and fibre.
Wheatgrass- Contains all minerals known to man, and vitamins A, B-complex, C, E, l and K. It is extremely rich in protein and is also a powerful detoxifier, especially of the liver and blood.
Manuka Honey- Amazing healing and energy boosting properties.
Green Sweet Pepper- Exceptionally rich in vitamin C and antioxidants!
Blueberries- High in fibre, potassium, folate, vitamin C, vitamin B6 and phytonutrient content. Helps lower cholesterol so it’s a great one for the heart.
Apple- Contains natural anti-aging properties, eliminates dark eye circles, improves skin texture and health, boosts hair growth and prevents hair loss, promotes healthy strong bones and boosts your metabolism.
Flaxseed- AKA linseeds! They’re rich in micronutrients, dietary fibre, manganese, vitamin B1, and in omega-3.
Sareta Fontaine is the founder of Kiki Blah-Blah; a modern lifestyle blog aimed initially at mum’s but has since grown. Since 2016, Sareta has worked on the platform, both designing and creating a space for other bloggers to share their thoughts and feelings, while also sharing hers.