Winter Smoothies: 3 Delicious Recipes

Warm smoothies are just the thing for cold days in winter. They keep you fit and strengthen your immune system. Here we tell you which three delicious recipes you should try out.

Winter smoothie: baked apple

Whether for breakfast, as a snack in between, or after a workout – a wintry, warm smoothie gives you the right kick for the gray, cold days. The baked apple smoothie is particularly suitable for all Christmas lovers.

  • All you need for the celebratory drink are two apples, a pear, 50 grams of raisins, a handful of nuts, cinnamon, and a glass full of milk.
  • First cut the fruit into small pieces. Then put this in a blender with the raisins, nuts, and some cinnamon. Before adding the milk, heat it separately in a saucepan. You can also add agave syrup or honey at the end to sweeten it.

Warm chocolate banana smoothie

The chocolaty banana drink is the right choice for anyone with a sweet tooth. And a lot healthier than the usual sweets from the supermarket.

  • For the smoothie, you need 15 grams of dark chocolate, a banana, 50 grams of rolled oats, 100 milliliters of oat milk, and 200 milliliters of water. A little honey is also great for sweetening.
  • First, chop the chocolate into small pieces if you didn’t already buy them in chunky form. Also, cut the banana and put it in a blender together with the chocolate pieces, the oat flakes, and the milk.
  • Finally, boil the water and you can mix it with your drink. This way you can be sure that the smoothie will warm you up from the inside during the cold season.

Carrot Ginger Smoothie

To support your immune system with an extra vitamin kick right now, you shouldn’t do without this healthy winter drink. Citrus fruits and seasonal vegetables in particular are particularly popular on cold days.

  • For this health boost, you need two carrots, an orange, an apple, 200 milliliters of water, and some ginger to sharpen it.
  • Wash and cut the vegetables and fruit into small pieces. You can then mix it up. For those who like it spicy, you can also add some fresh ginger or powdered ginger at this point. In the end, as a warming ingredient, add the water to the mixer, which you previously heated separately.
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Written by Tracy Norris

My name is Tracy and I am a food media superstar, specializing in freelance recipe development, editing, and food writing. In my career, I have been featured on many food blogs, constructed personalized meal plans for busy families, edited food blogs/cookbooks, and developed multicultural recipes for many reputable food companies. Creating recipes that are 100% original is my favorite part of my job.

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