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This Gorgeous Smoothie Is Perfect For Your Next Post-Yoga Brunch

Posted on: by Women's Health
mango smoothie recipe

By Leah Silverman

Keep up the zen feeling all day long.

Picture this: You just stepped out of an intense hot yoga class…and you’re STARVING. But the idea of downing an enormous brunch straight after a sweat session makes you a little queasy. Ease your way into your morning fuel and keep up your post-yoga energy boost with this mango, raspberry, and cardamom smoothie courtesy of our friends at Furthermore, from Equinox.

After getting all sweaty and opening up those pores, down some of those fiber-rich raspberries and mangoes for a post-yoga glow. Plus, cardamom can also help reduce inflammation and is a relative of ginger (a popular digestive aid). You’ll instantly feel refreshed—and ready to tackle the rest of your day.

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Makes 2 glasses


10 raspberries

1 ripe mango, cut into chunks

3/4 cup coconut milk

3/4 teaspoon ground cardamom

1 tablespoon honey

5-8 ice cubes

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1. Divide the raspberries between 2 glasses and crush a little using a spoon or fork. Place the glasses in the freezer and leave for 20 minutes to chill.

2. Place the mango, coconut milk, cardamom, honey, and ice cubes in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. Taste and adjust the sweetness and flavour by adding more honey or cardamom.

3. Remove the glasses from the freezer, pour the smoothie over the raspberries, and serve.

Looking for more tasty recipes? Try this revved up maca smoothie, and this zingy beetroot and carrot smoothie that’s got all the health benefits. 

This article was originally featured on www.womenshealthmag.com

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