That said I’m not opposed to the odd creamy, sweet, purified meal, I’ll even serve it in a jar, but that’s were the similarities end. The supersized jar just happened to be the perfect vessel for one of my latest smoothies which I mentioned in Wednesday’s post. It was actually the flavour combination that triggered the baby food association, everything else was coincidental.
I remember when I started making smoothies…I’d just received three big bags full of pears, there were literally hundreds of viagra dose them, ripe, juicy and order prescription levitra in need of a tummy to http://inaures.com/levitra-canada-prescription house them and so they went in pretty much every smoothie that I whizzed up.
I suppose I got a little tired of them after making my way through the four bags single handedly (or with my single tummy if you like!). There has now been enough of a gap for me to once again crave them. The Happy Pear have some gorgeous red Bartlett pears in at the moment which literally melt in the mouth; they’re the juice dripping between your fingers and down your chin kind of pears which are just completely irresistible.
In the mix went pears, banana, fig and flaxseed along with almond milk…all topped off with fresh drippy juicy pear, fig and almonds. Yum! It was incredibly creamy and naturally sweet (well the figs obviously had a bit of part to play!)
I’ve fallen back in love with the pear and baby like food thanks to this smoothie! I’d also been neglecting the wondrous fig for far too long. Almond, pear and fig has always been one of my favourite combinations and this smoothie didn’t fail to delight.
Is there any food that reminds you of baby food that your simply can’t resist whipping up or even just buying under the http://www.crate47.com/viagra-next-day-delivery guise of http://jdmakesthings.com/canadian-online-pharmacy-cialis having a child at home?!
Anyone remember rusks? I don’t even know if they still make them anymore…I should probably just ask Google or frequent the baby aisle to find the answer but I thought I’d just put it out there.
Vegan Pear Figgy Banana Smoothie
Servings – 1
Preparation Time – 5 minutes
- 310ml (1 1/4 cup) almond milk
- 1 small frozen banana
- 3 medium Bartlett Pears (whatever pears you choose just make sure they’re ripe!)
- 1 tbsp ground flaxseeds
- 2 large dried figs finely chopped (makes for easier blending)
- 1/2 scoop Sunwarrior Vanilla Protein Powder
- 1 large fig diced
- 1/2 Bartlett Pear sliced
- 1/2 tbsp chopped almonds
- Blend together all smoothie ingredients. Serve topped with diced fig, almonds and albustanfestival.com fresh pear.