6 Ice Cubes (My ice cubes are small, so they were a handful)
1 Small Banana
1 Tablespoon Greek Low Fat Yoghurt
1 Tablespoon Linseed
6 Strawberries (it was about a handful again)
1/2 a handful of Dried Fruits (to use the packet up!)
1 Tablespoon Baobab Powder
1 Teaspoon Honey
Add Ingredients to the blender. Blend. Serve.
The Baobab powder has been sent to me because it is being hailed as the new Superfruit and I must admit it sounds impressive. According to the press release it has more antioxidants than gojiberries, Six times more vitamin C than oranges, Six times more antioxidants than blueberries, Twice as much calcium than milk, Six times more potassium than bananas, More iron than red meat and More dietary fibre than other fruits including apples, peaches, apricots and bananas.
I think it's a good supplement to add to Smoothies and other things (I'm not doing much baking at the minute because of BB's diabetes and trying to understand all that before adding in the complication of my home baking) and from other mentions I've read on the internet you need to cook the items for less time than the recipe states.
Daddy was a little shocked when he looked up the price of a tub of Baobab powder on the Holland and Barrett website, and I understand that at £14.80 for 250g it's not something that we can easily add to the budget but if it lives up to is promises then I'm sure that the Minvita Baobab Superfruit Powder will become a popular purchase!
I was sent a tub of Baobab Superfruit Powder to review.
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