Try this rich and creamy holiday drink! This plant-based, sugar-free, dairy-free treat is loaded with flavor and reminiscent of the holidays.
That's all you need for this one is a high-speed blender and it's just one step, so it's very fast and easy. The hardest part about this recipe is breaking into a Thai coconut, but the good news is, you can substitute coconut cream, which makes it a breeze. Hope you love this recipe and it brings back great holiday memories for you.
Please buy organic ingredients whenever possible, for you and the planet!
Combine all ingredients in high speed blender.
Run on high speed until smooth (about 1 minute).
Enjoy warmed or cold.
Looking for an easier way to make this recipe? Check out our Plant-Powered Chai Smoothie Mix!
With the mix, you will just need a Thai coconut or coconut butter, fresh pumpkin (optional), frozen bananas and water. The rest is done for you!
If you make more than you can drink, it's fun to make popsicles!
Here are the directions for making homemade vanilla powder:
and a demonstration of how to make ginger juice:
In the following video I demonstrate how to create a staple stash of soaked, sprouted and dehydrated nuts and seeds to make meal prep a breeze!
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My goal is to help you make all of your meals healthier and increase the amount of plant-based meals in your diet. I hope that when you make these recipes you are excited to find that eating healthy can also be delicious. You don't have to be an expert in the kitchen to make any of these recipes. Preparing healthy recipes can be fast and easy with the right ingredients and equipment. Let's put the FUN and HEALTH back into our kitchens!
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