I am a vegan, so could you suggest some alternatives in coffee smoothies? from Maxim Nikitin
Hello everyone! I’ve just read the article about coffee smoothies with fruits and berries. I started my vegetarian nutrition as my wife has been a vegetarian for almost 2 years. Of course, she didn’t insist. I decided it myself when I saw the results of her nutrition.
Although there is some debate as to whether certain foods, such as honey, fit into a vegan diet, if you are cooking for other vegans, it is best to err on the side of caution and avoid these foods. Most vegans extend the definition of veganism to go beyond just food and will also avoid the use of all personal and household products tested on animals, and avoid purchasing and using all animal-derived, non-food products, such as leather, fur, and wool. There is some debate as to whether second-hand animal products, such as a leather jacket from a thrift store, can be included in a cruelty-free vegan lifestyle or not.
Some people easily go from eating meat to vegan right away, while others struggle with their new commitment, or choose to go vegetarian first and then slowly omit eggs and dairy. There’s no right or wrong way to do it, but you may want to learn about what’s worked for other people.
Anyway, I am a real smoothie-lover and I often experiment inventing new recipes. Besides, I really love coffee, so could you please offer me some alternatives for preparing the coffee smoothie without milk products? Looking forward to your answers. Thanks!
Really good question. Of course, you can make a coffee smoothie without milk. It will be just a little bit stronger. But if you like it, then I am sure, you will also like this smoothie recipe.
The most important thing in a coffee smoothie is the base or coffee. The only difficult stage in preparing a coffee smoothie is just making it. Well cooked can stimulate solidly. Prepare a bit stronger coffee than you usually prepare and do not pour over milk or be sweet. Leave to cool, then put in the fridge for a few hours to cool. Then it will get even more intense flavor and color.
So you need:
– 90 ml of coffee base
– 220 ml of soy milk vanilla
– 1 glass of ice
– 56 ml of freshly squeezed orange juice
A method of preparing:
Pour the base of coffee, milk and orange juice into the dish. Add ice and mix it smoothly.
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