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Warming Cinnamon Fig Winter Smoothie

Well, I don't know about you, but having a smoothie in the winter doesn't sound like much fun... Until you try this warming cinnamon fig winter smoothie. This adorable cinnamon fig winter smoothie is worth taking your blender out of hibernation on a cold morning. The winter usually means oatmeal for breakfast, but this smoothie contains warming winter ingredients, including cinnamon and ginger, making the typical summer drink more cold-weather appropriate. If you have the time, consider prickly pear, cinnamon, and ginger. The recipe calls for water, but feel free to use almond milk if you want it to be creamier. The hemp seeds and fruit thicken it up perfectly on its own, and hemp can double as your protein powder.

Benefits of a Winter Smoothie:

Hemp seeds add a dose of high quality complete plant-based protein and anti-inflammatory omega 3's. Gingeris warming, supports digestion, and provides anti-inflammatory benefits. Cinnamon adds warmth, sweetness, and balances blood sugar. Banana and pearadd fiber and nutrients while making the shake creamy and naturally sweet. Here’s the recipe:

Warming Winter Smoothie: Cinnamon Fig

Serves 1
1 cup of water 3 fresh or dried figs 1 banana 1 pear, cored 3 Tbsp. hemp seeds 1/2 inch-1 inch piece of ginger 1/4 tsp cinnamon
Place all ingredients in a high speed blender and blend on high for 30 seconds to one minute. Get the printable recipe here.
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