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Fig smoothie recipe, anyone?

Posted by kumquat1 9a N Fla (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 20, 12 at 20:29

Saw a post about how delicious they are, but no recipe.

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RE: Fig smoothie recipe, anyone?

What I do is add a pint jar of figs and 2 bananas to my kefir shakes. Maybe a little honey to taste.

RE: Fig smoothie recipe, anyone?

Kefir shake?

RE: Fig smoothie recipe, anyone?

yea, its way better than yogurt. Check out the link. easy to make too.

Here is a link that might be useful:

RE: Fig smoothie recipe, anyone?

I love smoothies and usually have one or two every day. For most smoothies I like to keep it simple with no more than 3 or 4 ingredients. I really like this fig smoothie...
2-3 bananas
4-6 figs
a few ice cubes
2 cups of vanilla almond milk

Sometimes I may add a little cinnamon or a few dates, or some fresh squeezed OJ. It's always fun to experiment with smoothies.

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