28 Jun

Frozen Berry Raven Roast Smoothie with Whipped Coconut Cream

My son calls these “Birthday Smoothies” because they look so fancy.

Hot days? Cold treats!

   The whole West Coast is in the middle of an epic heat wave! While everyone else is dusting off that old A/C that’s been in storage since Grandma visited last, we’ve been thinking of ways we can drink our Raven Roast AND not melt into a puddle of hot sticky goo on the ground. Hot beverages might be off the table for the next few days, but luckily, Raven Roast isn’t JUST a coffee alternative, and we have a few tricks up our sleeves. 

     This Frozen Berry Raven Roast Smoothie is a frosty, delicious way to cool yourself off from the inside out. Of course you can add spinach, kale, or a little bit of beet if you are feeling more healthy…or honey or maple syrup if you just want to enjoy something indulgent. I feel like it might also be delicious with rum…but I’m 8 months pregnant right now, so you’ll have to be the judge of that. 

    The coconut whipped cream is a fun decadent addition that I can’t wait to use on absolutely EVERYTHING because it was sooo good. Top with fresh berries and some fancy straws left over from your wedding that you found on top of your fridge!

Enjoy! Recipe below picture!

<3 Rachelle

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 Frozen Berry Raven Roast Smoothie (Two 16oz servings)

In Blender:

½ Cup Frozen Raspberries

½ Cup Frozen Blueberries

1 Whole Large Frozen Banana

2T Raven Roast (Mocha Mate or Cocoa Ramon)

2T Almond or Natural Peanut butter

½ Cup of Plain Yoghurt or Vegan Alternative.

1 Cup Milk or Milk Alternative

1 T Maple Syrup or Honey (optional)

2 tsp Flax Seeds

4 Ice Cubes

The liquid left from 1 can of Coconut Milk (if making whipped topping)

 

 Whipped Coconut Cream Topping

1 can of Coconut Milk (or Coconut Cream)

¼ tsp Cream of Tartar

1T Powdered Sugar (optional)

Pour off the liquid from Coconut Milk carefully so that the solids remain (use in your smoothie! Yum!). Place in bowl and whip with hand mixer, or in stand mixer. Add Cream of Tartar and sugar if desired. Start slow and increase speed gradually. Whip until patterns stay on surface of whipped coconut cream.   

 

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