Tuesday, 21 April 2015

Kenwood Smoothie Maker & Orange Smoothie Recipe!


Something a little different on the blog today, as we've been having quite a lot of nice weather recently *touch wood* I thought I would feature a little recipe that I tried out for a zesty breakfast treat! Recently I was offered the chance to review the Kenwood Smoothie 2GO, and share a recipe which I made in it. The Kenwood Smoothie Maker 2 Go, is like a normal smoothie maker with a twist, the twist being that once the smoothie is complete you take off the blend and can swap the blade for a lid and it's ready to go, as simple as that. Which is such a creative idea for those who drink them on the go or don't have time to faff around with different glasses. I decided to put mine in a milk bottle as I had previously been to Ikea and purchased some and needed a use for them and my quirky straws!



Orange Passion Recipe: 
I thought it was my first smoothie creation I would try something simple with things I currently had in the house. To create the smoothie I used:
  • 1 large orange
  • 1 large carrot
  • 1 pot of fat free yogurt (which can be changed to fruit juice or milk if preferred) 
  • 7 ice cubes (for an extra burst of cold)

Step 1: Peel the the carrot then dice into small chunks,
Step 2:  Peel the orange and separate then cut into smaller pieces.
Step 3: Place both in the blender and then add a tub of fat free yogurt.
Step 4: Finally add the ice cubes
Step 5: Turn the Blender on, it took me 2 minutes to create this, but dependent on what you use it can take different amounts of time. The less bits you want within your smoothie, blast it for longer. 
Step 6: Unscrew the blender, take the blade off and replace with lid and you're ready to go!
Step 7: Enjoy the Zesty goodness! 



This post was in collaboration with Kenwood*

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3 comments

  1. I've been after a smoothie maker for ages, and this one looks great - thanks for sharing x

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  2. Yum - I do love a good smoothie. I have one which is getting a bit old now so need to replace it - this looks like a good option x

    gillmclaughlin.com

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  3. The flavours in this sound incredible. Will have to give this one a go.

    Amanda || amandabootes.blogspot.co.uk

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