Beet Ginger And Greens Smoothie Recipe

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Want to know how to make a whopping smoothie that will cleanse your body without any added sugars?! Try out our one of its kind healthy and refreshing beet, ginger and greens smoothie that will boggle your mind!

Tell us how you like your smoothies in the comments below!

Beet, Ginger, And Greens Smoothie Recipe

Wondering How It’ll Taste?

Beet, ginger and greens smoothie is our little invention as it helps keep your stomach strong, the ginger helps you digest quicker and better, beets help in maintaining heart health and blood pressure, it aids digestion, supports brain function, and reduces inflammation!

All-in-all it’s emerging as a superfood and we all know how beneficial apples and pomegranates are so to conclude this smoothie is a power-packed ride that will brighten up your day!

This is a pretty unique combination, first, you’ll smell a strong ginger spice fragrance and taste a slight warmth in your mouth from it, but then the pomegranate and apple kicks in and everything gets sweeter, this sweetness then balances out with the earthiness of the beet!

It’s a unique smoothie and you have to try it to feel how all these different flavours create a perfect blend!

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Ingredients That You’ll Need To Make This Beet, Ginger And Greens Smoothie

  • 1 medium beet (washed and squared)
  • 1 medium apple (washed and squared)
  • 1/2 cup fresh spinach (loosely packed)
  • 1/2 cup fresh kale (loosely packed)
  • 1 tablespoon peeled ginger
  • 1/2 cup pomegranate juice
  • water/ice (as required)

Tools You’ll Need

 Beet, Ginger, And Greens Smoothie Recipe

How To Make This Beet, Ginger And Greens Smoothie?

Here’s a tip; wear gloves while handling beets as they tend to stain your skin. To start, in a high-speed blender add Pomegranate juice, ginger, beetroot, apple with ice cubes. Add some water to help the blending if required. Be sure to blend until all the ingredients are fully combined and you see no chunks of the ingredients added.

Once done, add all the greens and switch to the pulse option in the blender and give it around 10 lengthy pulsed blends to make sure every piece is fully blended!

However, do not over blend and take pauses while pulse blending as the friction created inside can cause a cooking reaction. Serve it immediately for the rich smooth texture, add some ice if you want to!

ginger

FAQs Regarding This Recipe

What Is The Consistency Like?

Okay so, the only liquid we are adding is the pomegranate juice (water is optional!). Hence the smoothie will be on a thicker side. But not too thick that it doesn’t come up a straw. If you prefer a more juice-like consistency, we would recommend adding ½ cup water while blending the beets.

Peels? Or No Peels?

I don’t like wasting the peels of apples and beets as they contain nutrition too! But the Mr. doesn’t like the texture they add. All in all, it’s completely up to you to add peels though they provide a slight texture to the overall smoothie. We just make a batch with peels and then strain out the smoothie for a juicer consistency and less texture!

Can We Use A Regular Blender Instead Of A High Speed One?

Yes, you can! But heed a warning a high-speed blender will process and pulverize the plant fibres more efficiently than any regular blender which will leave the smoothie slightly chewy and chunky.

Beet, Ginger, And Greens Smoothie Recipe

Beet, Ginger, And Greens Smoothie Recipe
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Beet, Ginger, And Greens Smoothie Recipe

 Want to know how to make a whopping smoothie that will cleanse your body without any added sugars?! Try out our one of its kind healthy and refreshing beet, ginger and greens smoothie that will boggle your mind!
Course Drinks
Cuisine Universal
Keyword beet, ginger, and greens smoothie, dietary drink, smoothie
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1 serving
Calories 41kcal
Author Hearty Cook Book

Equipment

  • Knife
  • Cutting board
  • Peeler
  • High-speed blender

Ingredients

  • 1 medium beetroot (washed and squared)
  • 1 medium apple (washed and squared)
  • 1/2 cup fresh spinach (loosely packed)
  • 1/2 cup fresh kale (loosely packed)
  • 1 teaspoon ginger (peeled and chopped)
  • 1/2 cup pomegranate juice (freshly squeezed)
  • ice/water (as required)

Instructions

  • Here’s a tip; wear gloves while handling beets as they tend to stain your skin. To start, in a high-speed blender add Pomegranate juice, ginger, beetroot, apple with ice cubes.
  • Add some water to help the blending if required. Be sure to blend until all the ingredients are fully combined and you see no chunks of the ingredients added.
  • Once done, add all the greens and switch to the pulse option in the blender and give it around 10 lengthy pulsed blends to make sure every piece is fully blended!
  • However, do not over blend and take pauses while pulse blending as the friction created inside can cause a cooking reaction. Serve it immediately for the rich smooth texture, add some ice if you want to!

Notes

FAQs Regarding This Recipe

What Is The Consistency Like?

Okay so, the only liquid we are adding is the pomegranate juice (water is optional!). Hence the smoothie will be on a thicker side. But not too thick that it doesn’t come up a straw. If you prefer a more juice-like consistency, we would recommend adding ½ cup water while blending the beets.

Peels? Or No Peels?

I don’t like wasting the peels of apples and beets as they contain nutrition too! But the Mr. doesn’t like the texture they add. All in all, it’s completely up to you to add peels though they provide a slight texture to the overall smoothie. We just make a batch with peels and then strain out the smoothie for a juicer consistency and less texture!

Can We Use A Regular Blender Instead Of A High Speed One?

Yes, you can! But heed a warning a high-speed blender will process and pulverize the plant fibres more efficiently than any regular blender which will leave the smoothie slightly chewy and chunky. 

 

NUTRITION INFORMATION

Serving: 1 glass | Calories: 41cal | Carbohydrates: 10g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 25mg | Potassium: 182mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 7g | Vitamin A: 2198IU | Vitamin C: 14mg | Calcium: 21mg | Iron: 1mg

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10 Comments

  1. 5 stars
    I thought it would be gross at first but it turned out to be great in taste as well!!! Recommend it a 100%

  2. 5 stars
    It’s great how there are a few tips and notes to help improve three three recipe even more!!

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