This recipe adds the power-packed nutrition of dry fruits along with your favourite fruit to give you an option of a wholesome meal to start the day or an in-between meals snack. The texture and flavour of dry fruits makes it too good to resist! Do note, there is no nuts added in here. Only soaked dry fruits and a choice of regular fruit
Dry Figs: 2
Dry raisins / Munnaka – 8-10
Dry Apricots: 2-3
Cinnamon: 1/ tsp
Banana – 1 – chopped (Can use chikkoo too)
Wash the dry fruits well with water.
Soak the dry fruits for an hour (Can soak overnight too). Do not throw the soaked water, use it for the smoothie.
Chop, and put in a blender with bananas.
Add water, to get desired consistency.
Sprinkle cinnamon, pour in a glass and enjoy.
Food group: Fruits
Best time to eat: mornings as first meal or as part of fruits breakfast. Can be eaten as afternoon drink too.
Great way to up fruits for kids.
Remember to eat alone and not mixed with nuts or meals.
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