If you are someone that likes to drink smoothies in the morning, then you will have some great opportunities for adding more coconut to your regular diet. The following smoothie recipes are going to use coconut to flavor them, while also adding to their health benefits at the same time.
Coffee Smoothie With Coconut
The first way you can use coconut in a smoothie is by making a morning coffee smoothie. These are great because you get your morning boost of caffeine, but it also gives you the opportunity to add some other ingredients that are nutritious.
You will start with some strongly-brewed coffee, preferably frozen or chilled at least. Add that to a blender with a frozen banana or ice cubes, coconut water, ground flax seeds, and some granola.
You can also add a little bit of cocoa powder or chocolate protein mix if you want a mocha coffee smoothie.
Coconut Turmeric Smoothie
This smoothie is ideal when you want to add more nutrients to your morning smoothie. Turmeric is an herb that provides a lot of excellent health benefits, including anti-aging benefits, helping with your digestion, and building a good immune system.
Combine some ground turmeric with coconut milk, coconut oil, banana, pineapple, and any other fruits that you would like with your smoothie. Blend it all up and enjoy your nutritious breakfast.
Fruity Coconut Smoothie
This type of smoothie really gives you a lot of flexibility, since you are choosing any fruit combination you want. You can go with a tropical mixture of watermelon, mango, and papaya, or a classic strawberry and banana concoction.
You might prefer berries, so adding strawberries, blueberries, and raspberries would work great. Once you decide on your fruit, try to get them in frozen form so that you don’t have to add ice.
Add the frozen fruit with some unsweetened coconut milk, flaked coconut, and your preferred flavor of protein powder to the blender.
Peanut Butter Cocoa Smoothie
This smoothie is going to use coconut milk instead of regular milk, along with chocolate protein powder, some natural peanut butter, and vanilla or plain Greek yogurt.
Add some ice or frozen banana, then blend it all up. Top it off with some shredded coconut. For more coconut in the smoothie, you can also add a little bit of coconut oil to the mixture.
Try your own smoothie creations with fruit, coconut milk, oil, or coconut shavings.
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