Protein shakes are easy enough for vegetarians to whip up, but if you’re vegan and you want a protein-packed smoothie like sunwarrior protein mix after a workout or to kick start your breakfast, you might be wondering where to find the best sources of this macronutrient to include in your meal. The answer is in the right extracts, seeds, nuts and protein-rich fruits and vegetables. Adding edible flowers to your smoothie provides you with great, flavorful ideas for protein smoothies both with and without plant-based protein powder.
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- It’s great to keep some frozen fruits in the fridge. We have a few containers of frozen sliced bananas. We are aware in Ayurveda they choose to not apply frozen fruits but sometimes when we are on-the-go-it saves time throughout the day.
- Grinding your own chia, hemp and flaxseed as you can mix and use them is a great way to get the most nutrients.
- Also important to have on hand for smoothie making are non-dairy milks. Coconut milk and almond milk work well and you can experiment with adding enhancers such as nutmeg, poppyseeds, oat, flaxseed, hemp, edible flowers and happy herbs.
- Toppings make a smoothie feel like an extra special treat. Some great toppings to have on hand include goji berries, cacao nibs, shredded coconut, chia, cocoa powder, nutmeg, cinnamon, and sunflower seeds.
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