Blending a glass of smoothie made up with your favorite fruits, vegetables, and superfoods, you would easily be able to get your daily need for nutrients.
Blending produce into a smoothie preserves fiber—and a smoothie can deliver an extra boost of vitamins, minerals, and phytochemicals because it often includes fruit skins and pith. If your smoothie includes yogurt or milk, you get some calcium too. In this smoothie recipe, I used fresh pomegranate juice instead of milk and curd.
Smoothies are easy to make, especially when it’s packed with pomegranate and strawberries that are particularly high in nutrients and antioxidants.
Pomegranates are a good source of vitamins A, C, some B vitamins and minerals such as calcium, potassium, and iron.
Whereas, Strawberry is a highly nutritious fruit, loaded with vitamin C and powerful antioxidants. It has a pleasant aroma, a vibrant color, a juicy texture, and a sweet yet mildly sour taste.
Pomegranate Strawberry Breakfast Smoothie | No Dairy Drink | Fruity Red Smoothie
Fresh pomegranate juice- 1 cup ( Juice of 2 pomegranates)
Apple – 1 (chopped with skin)
Chopped strawberries – 1 cup
A pinch of salt
- In a blender add a chopped apple, strawberries with fresh pomegranate juice and salt.
- Blend everything until smooth. Enjoy delicious and quick smoothie.