Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Strawberry-Lemonade-Cultured Coconut Milk Smoothie

Sometimes I am not in the mood to cook dinner. One of my favorite cook-free meals is made in my blender. There is great probiotic in the cultured coconut milk.
Another great benefit is if you're Jonesing for a FroYo, this is a great alternative.
Cultured Coconut Milk is a yogurt type food. Here are some interesting facts about coconut(referenced from So Delicious Dairy Free web site)

Cultured Coconut Milk

  • Coconut consuming cultures around the world have lower incidence of heart disease than Americans.1
  • Lauric acid exists abundantly in coconut and plays a fundamental role in building our body’s immune system. Once in our system it transforms into an antibacterial and antiviral substance called "monolaurin" which destroys viruses and diseases.2
  • Lauric acid also occurs naturally in human breast milk and plays a vital role in nourishing and protecting babies from infections.3
  • MCFAs promote weight maintenance without raising cholesterol levels. They work best for preventing weight gain if you’re not overweight or maintaining your new weight after a successful diet.4






Strawberry-Lemonade-Cultured Coconut Milk Smoothie

1 cup frozen strawberries
3/4 cup cultured coconut milk
1/2 to 3/4 cup Chick-FilA diet lemonade(you can always make your own but I keep a gallon of Chick-FilA Diet Lemonade in my fridge at all times)
1/2 Tbls Truvia or desired sweetener

Put everything in the blender. Blend until smooth. You might need to add more lemonade to blend.
ENJOY!



Blend until smooth

Strawberries, Diet Lemonade and Cultured Coconut Milk
Truvia(not shown)

2 comments:

Mindy said...

Yum!!! Will def try this soon!

Linda Collier said...

Give up that high priced 49 cents an ounce FroYo and have smoothie made with real food!

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