|2 cups Almond Milk|
|2 tsp Sabza seeds/ Basil seeds|
|3 cups Water|
|1 tbsp Sugar|
Easy strawberry smoothie with almond milk is a vegan smoothie which can be had as a breakfast smoothie and a dessert smoothie as well
Fresh fruit smoothie breakfasts are very much looked forward to. If you reside in a place with hot summers, then hot breakfast which you would so much look forward to is no more on your agenda. I do not want to spend too much time in the kitchen. It just drains me out. But skipping breakfast should not happen to. So weekly twice we have breakfast smoothies like this easy strawberry smoothie.
The market is flooded with tropical fruits and making different smoothies is easy. One of the smoothies that we like is with the fresh strawberry fruit. I love the colour it adds to the smoothie. Since we have reduced the consumption of milk, I would like to make this vegan easy strawberry smoothie with almond milk. We do not add any sweeteners. If you have to have then add in very less quantities
I have used the plant-based almond milk as a substitute for the milk in the smoothie. You can always use store-bought almond milk. Since I try to reduce any processed food, I prepared the almond milk at home which is very easy if you have some time. I soaked a few almonds in warm water for 2 hrs. Removed the skin. Add enough water to it and ground it into milk. You can strain and take out the residue. So this way we can quickly prepare vegan milk at home.
The preparation of this smoothie is very fast. I have topped it with sabza seeds or basil seeds. You will have to 1 tbsp of sabza seeds in 3 cups of water for 30 minutes. You will see that the seed swells and forms a translucent layer around it. Drain and use as necessary.
Grind the strawberries into a smooth paste. Add the almond milk to it and grind again. Add sweetener if necessary. Top it with the soaked sabza seeds and serve .
The other smoothie for this summer which you might like are
This is my contribution to Foodie monday bloghop with the theme #Plant based milk recipes suggested by our own mad scientist Archana who blogs at The mad scientist’s kitchen. Check out the creations of the other members for this wonderful theme
Soak sabza seeds in 3 cups of water for 30 minutes
Clean the berries and grind it into smooth paste
Add the almond milk and blend again
Transfer it to the serving glasses
Top it with the drained sabza seeds
Cool it for some time in the refrigerator and then serve
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