My Homemade Smoothie #3
On Thanksgiving night, I was out to a friend house for a Thanksgiving dinner since my family doesn’t celebrate Thanksgiving. On the dinner table their was turkey, pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread, pumpkin cake…etc…so I thought, what about pumpkin smoothie? So, we have some left over pumpkin puree and made pumpkin smoothie. I just start making stuff up and here what I got, a delicious pumpkin smoothie.
1 canned pumpkin puree
2 cups of milk
And ground cinnamon
Blend then add a whip cream on top! Enjoy!
All my maniac smoothie list goes on:
Banana yam smoothie:
1 cooked yam
1 slice banana
1 cup of milk
1 tablespoon Condense milk
Blend then add a whip cream on top and ground cinnamon for delight taste! Delicious!
Papaya Pineapple Smoothie:
1 slice of papaya
5 or 6 slice of pineapple
Squeezed orange or orange juice
Thinly slice ginger
Crushed ice and blend
1 cup of coffee
1 1/2 milk
And chocolate powder or syrup if you prefer
Blend…add whip cream
3 or 4 chunk of watermelon
2 table spoon of sweet condense milk
1 cup of milk
Whip cream and blend
The whip cream just give it a creamy taste…if its not sweet, you can add sugar and continue blending until it is mixed.
Coconut with Jackfruit smoothie:
1 fresh coconut…cut it and carve the coconut meat and put the juice in a separate cup
4 or 5 jackfruit (leave one to the side)
1 tablespoon of sweeten condense milk
After blending you have left over coconut juice and one jackfruit, peal the jackfruit in small pieces and put in the blender and coconut juice. Blind it for 5 second and stop. The coconut juice and jackfruit will give it a pure taste to the smoothie which makes the smoothie taste wonderful.
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