Pear Blackberry Smoothie Recipe | The Koko Samoa

Pear Blackberry Smoothie Recipe

8 ingredients · 10 minutes · 1 serving

No matter what your day calls for, whether you are craving something fruity, are hankering for a delicious dessert (who doesn’t?), or on a health kick and in need of a big dose of greens to cancel out the bottle of wine from last night (isn’t that how it works?), this Pear Blackberry Smoothie is what you need! Add blackberries, ground flaxseed, cinnamon, baby spinach into the water. Throw in some ice cubes and blend. Top it with cacao nibs to add some chunkiness and you're ready to start your day on a healthy note!

Ingredients:
  • 1 Pear
  • 144 grams Blackberries
  • 13 grams Ground Flax Seed
  • 1 gram Cinnamon
  • 30 grams Baby Spinach
  • 237 milliliters Water
  • 6 Ice Cubes
  • Sprinkle of Cacao Nibs

Directions:

1. Add all ingredients to your blender and blend until smooth. Pour into a glass, add some cacao nibs from The Koko Samoa and enjoy! 

Nutrition
Amount per serving
Calories
243
Fat
6g
Carbs
47g
Fiber
18g
Protein
7g
Cholesterol
0mg
Sodium
32mg
Calcium
144mg
Iron
3mg
Vitamin B12
0μg
Zinc
1mg

Notes

  • No Ground Flax Seed
    • Use chia seeds instead.
  •  No Blackberries
    • Use blueberries instead.

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