Zingy cit­rus smoothie bowl

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Serves: 2 Prep time: 10mins

IN­GRE­DI­ENTS

250ml frozen Greek yo­ghurt cubes (frozen in ice-cube trays)

30ml rolled oats

5ml fresh grated gin­ger 3ml ground turmeric juice of 1 fresh or­ange 10ml fresh le­mon juice 1 frozen ba­nana pulp from 1 granadilla 1 peach or nectarine (pip re­moved)

10ml raw honey

Top­pings: sliced peach or nectarine, toasted rolled oats, granadilla, sliced or­ange, fresh goose­ber­ries, ground turmeric, white rose (as gar­nish)

METHOD: Process the in­gre­di­ents in a blender un­til smooth. Pour into bowls. Top with the top­ping in­gre­di­ents. Eat im­me­di­ately.

TIP: To make the nectarine rose, cut a nectarine in half and re­move the pip. Cut each half of the fruit into very thin slices. Lay the slices next to each other so they over­lap and form a row. Start from one end of the row and roll the slices up to form a rose.

WHY IT’S GOOD FOR YOU:

Cit­rus fruit is high in vi­ta­min C aswell as flavonoids that help tar­get im­mune mal­func­tions in the body. Yo­ghurt con­tains pro­bi­otics, which are ben­e­fi­cial bac­te­ria that keep the gut and in­testi­nal tract healthy. Turmeric con­tains a com­pound called cur­cumin, which has anti-in­flam­ma­tory prop­er­ties and helps boost im­mu­nity.

Im­mune booster

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