When I use doTERRA oils in my recipes I get a mixed reaction! Either people are totally on board and want to know more...(I like this reaction) OR they have not received enough information yet to understand why they should get on board! (I like this reaction too!)
For those of you who fall into the second category, there are of course alternatives to using the oils in this recipe. You can replace the citrus oils with the zest of the citrus mentioned, finely grated, then added to the mix, and you can replace the cinnamon bark oil with just a scant teaspoon of ground cinnamon. Voila, same same but different. However, should you wish to be educated on just how great the essential oils are for you, head over HERE and have a read. You will seriously never look back flavour or health wise. Get doTERRORISED...you won't regret it!
This recipe is about to come out in a brand new Smoothie Couture cookbook in the UK, so watch my socials for details on where and when it will be available in OZ.
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- 10 Gram shredded coconut plus more for garnish
- 25 Gram walnuts, plus more for garnish
- 100 Gram carrot, cut into pieces
- 200 Milliliter freshly squeezed orange juice
- 5 Drop doTERRA Oils each, tangerine and wild orange oils BUY
- 1 Drop Cinnamon Bark Oil BUY
- 1 banana, frozen, in pieces
- 100 Gram Greek yoghurt
- 1 Teaspoon Vanilla - Bean Paste BUY
- 200 Milliliter coconut milk
Place all ingredients into Thermomix bowl and blend 2 min/speed 10. Serve garnished with coconut shreds and chopped walnuts.
Cinnamon is an anti-bacterial. It also boosts brain function.
Tangerine is known to improve circulation and remove toxins from the blood. It also aids digestion.
Orange oil may alleviate spasms from coughing, alleviate depression and create happy relaxed feelings.