Celebrate two of the most seasonal fruits with this unexpected and totally delicious vegan Apple and Persimmon Smoothie - A drink to Fall in love with!
Persimmon is one of the fruits I'm always looking forward to eat when it comes this time of the year. Sweet, mouth-watering and packed with vibrant aromatic flavours, this awesome fruit tastes similar to stone fruits and it's sometimes forgotten. Whilst delicious on its own,whether ripe or firm, a smoothie is also a great way to enjoy it!
This deliciously sweet, insanely creamy and rich smoothie is made with 3 simple ingredients only: persimmon, apple and homemade almond milk. All you have to do is throw the ingredients into a powerful blender ( I use a Vitamix), and in less than 30 seconds you'll have a vitamin-packed breakfast drink to kick off the day.
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The best news about this vegan Apple and Persimmon smoothie is that it has no extra sugars added, because it's naturally sweetened by the persimmon. You can also add a few mint leaves or a pinch of cinnamon. It perfectly complements this sweet apple + persimmon blend and gives that extra spicy fall kick.
This Apple and Persimmon smoothie is an amazing breakfast treat for busy fall/wintery days! A fantastic and indulgent drink, but absolutely healthy and 100% vegan!
I hope you give this delicious smoothie a try! If you do, please leave a comment below and let me know how you liked it! Or even better, take a picture, tag it #thepetitecook and share it on Instagram! Looking at your yummy creations always makes my day :)!
Vegan Apple and Persimmon Smoothie
- 1 cup/ 230ml Homemade Almond Milk
- 1 medium-large persimmon
- 1 apple, I use Red Delicious variety
- a pinch of cinnamon or 2 mint leaves, both optional
- Remove leafy stem from persimmon and core the apple.
- Throw all the ingredients in a powerful blender or Vitamix.
- Serve into a large glass and enjoy straight away.
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