Kiwifruit or kiwi, also known as Chinese gooseberries is obtained from woody vines. In the early 20th century European cultivators described the fruit as having a taste similar to gooseberries and called it Chinese gooseberries. By the mid 1960’s the fruit was cultivated and heavily exported from New Zealand, and thus the name kiwi grew in popularity.
Cinnamon and coconut milk is our object of interest in this edition of our daily publication. This refreshing smoothie is a great source of energy first thing in the morning, or you could just slurp it up as a stress buster. There is no shortage of nutrients and the unique blend of ingredients bring forth a taste that is hard to go by.
Making your favorite smoothie of the day can become something like an addiction at times. With every passing day, you will want to experiment with new ingredients in combination and incorporate different flavors into your preparation. An elaborate spice cabinet will go a long way in helping you decide with a flavor.
Tea contains a wide variety of poly-phenols, among which is flavonoid, a highly essential compound required during pregnancy. It is in fact the large number of poly-phenols present in tea, which provides it with a slight astringent taste.
Cucumber and banana makes this smoothie a wholesome, nutrient rich addition to the diet. The drink is low on carbs and rich in fibers which keeps your from hunger for longer hours. Cinnamon and mint, carried by the freshness of the cucumber brings about a complex aftertaste apart from adding to your tumbler a host of essential goodness in small explosive pockets.