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Sweet Cardamom Smoothie

Sweet Cardamom Smoothie created by mliss29

This was so good! I had to take a spatula to the blender to get the last drop! I think maybe the cardamom brings out the sweetness of the other ingredients

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ingredients

  • 1 sweet potato, peeled, chopped, and boiled (reserve the boiling water)
  • 1 banana, ripe
  • 1 apple, peeled, cored, and chopped
  • 18 teaspoon cardamom
  • 1 cup water (from the boiling sweet potato)

directions

  • Prepare the sweet potato and put it and its boiling-water in the refrigerator to cool. (If you don't have time for this, use tap water and some crushed ice to cool down the smoothie.).
  • Put everything in the blender and puree.
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"This was so good! I had to take a spatula to the blender to get the last drop! I think maybe the cardamom brings out the sweetness of the other ingredients"
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  1. view_from_saturday
    Surprisingly good. I would've never thought a sweet potato and cardamom would make a good smoothie. I made some slight changes in the recipe: I used one large sweet potato, 2 small bananas and 2 large granny smith apples and I added the juice of 1 lemon. I left it thick like an applesauce consistency but you could add more of the sweetpotato water if you want a real smoothie texture. Would make great baby food and I think the recipe would still work very well without the cardamom, if you don't like this spice.
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  2. mliss29
    Sweet Cardamom Smoothie Created by mliss29
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  3. mliss29
    This was so good! I had to take a spatula to the blender to get the last drop! I think maybe the cardamom brings out the sweetness of the other ingredients
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