Almond butter and raspberry bliss and review of Juice


Juice is a collection of more than a hundred healthy and nutritious juices and smoothies. Whether you're already a juice convert looking for some new inspiration or someone who would like to drink more smoothies and juices then you will find something for you in this book. The recipes contain nutritional information, the ingredients are easy to get hold of and the instructions are clear and simple.

There are lots of different recipes to choose from and many of them contain vegetables as well to make them extra healthy.

Examples include:

  • Power Gulp with beetroot
  • Tantalising tomato refresher with carrots, celery and broccoli
  • Thai sunrise with spinach

I let Miss R choose the smoothie that we would make for this post and she wasn't having any of it when I suggested one of the vegetable ones. She chose the almond butter and raspberry bliss. It's dairy free, vegan and absolutely delicious.

The recipe in Juice uses stevia granules. I didn't have any of those to hand so I used honey instead.

Here's what to do:

1 banana peeled and chopped
200g raspberries
400ml unsweetened almond milk
40g almond butter
1 tbsp honey (4tsp stevia granules)
2tsp vanilla extract
Ice cubes (I used six)

Put all the ingredients in a blender, blend until smooth.

Drink immediately or pop in the fridge overnight.

Recipe for almond butter and raspberry bliss smoothie and review of Juice by Parragon Books

Juice is published by Parragon Books.

Disclaimer: I am a Parragon Books Book Buddy. I was sent this book to review but received no other payment for this post. All opinions are honest and my own.