Almond Cup Smoothie
Now, that I have mastered making almond butter and nut/seed butter cups in my high powered blender, I can’t stop creating different flavors and recipes in my kitchen. It has almost become an addiction.
One thing I enjoy daily is a nice refreshing smoothie. They are chocked full of vitamins and minerals my body needs and craves regularly. Since I am on an almond butter kick, you can guess where this recipes is going. This is where almond cup smoothie comes into play! Smooth and creamy and refined sugar-free. It is seriously the perfect and most simple smoothie to make. Just throw everything in your bender and voila. That easy.
Do you have a favorite smoothie?
Almond Cup Smoothie
- 1 tbsp green clay or any clay will do
- 1 tsp maca root powder
- 1-2 drops Frankincense essential oil
- 1 tbsp raw apple cider vinegar (Add water to get your desired consistency to make a paste.)
- 2 drops Vitamin E
- Mix all of the ingredients except the essential oil together into a smooth paste, and once smooth add the 2 drops of Frankincense essential oil
- Spot test the mask on the underside of your wrist to make sure that you do not have any adverse reactions.
- Apply the mask evenly avoiding the delicate skin around your eyes and lips, and let sit until dry for about 10 minutes.
- As the mask dries, it may feel tight on the skin, which can sometimes feel a little itchy (if you start to feel uncomfortable, wash the mask off).
- After the mask dries, wash it off with warm water, pat face gently with a clean towel, and let the skin breath or apply a mild all-natural moisturizer such as coconut oil to any areas that are prone to dryness.
Be sure to stir the mixture with a plastic or wooden spoon, as the green clay pulls toxins from metals.
Also, store your clay in a non-metal container.
Bentonite clay would work as well for this recipe.
If you don't have apple cider vinegar, just use filter water (where to buy).
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