I love making immune boosting smoothies and they keep my immune system up so I can fight against germs. Hopefully you all eat well enough that you stay well and if not this smoothie will keep your health up no matter what you eat. 🍓
Blueberries. I love using frozen wild blueberries because they have 2x the antioxidants.
Raspberries. Almost all berries have high antioxidants and vitamins.
Ginger. Fresh ginger has the best affect on the immune system.
Turmeric. If you can get your hands on some fresh turmeric it would be great! I used ground because I didn’t have fresh.
Spirulina. For those of you who don’t know what spirulina is. It’s a type of seaweed powder used for color but it also boosts the immune system.
Nut butter. I used sun butter (A nut free butter) ,but any nut butter will do.
Pineapple sage. Sage is said to balance the body and mind so I added some fresh for garnish. The flowers of pineapple sage are edible too and have a beautiful hot pink color.
• category: American
• time: 5-6 minutes
• 1/2 cup frozen wild blueberries.
• 1/2 cup frozen raspberries.
• fresh grated ginger to taste (I like 1 tsp).
• 2 pinches ground turmeric or 1/4 tsp fresh turmeric.
• 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon.
• pinch of nutmeg (or more to taste).
• 1-2 tsp spirulina powder.
• 1/2-1 tbsp nut butter.
• 1 handful ice cubes.
• Pineapple sage to garnish (also mint and extra ginger).
blend until smooth. Top with the pineapple sage, mint, and extra grated ginger and a pinch of cinnamon. Enjoy!