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Summer Snacktime: Raspberry Mint Smoothie Recipe


We’re ending our #CURESummerSnacktime series with a raspberry mint smoothie recipe that’s sure to cool you down as we enter the last days of summer!

We’re ending our #CURESummerSnacktime series with a smoothie recipe that’s sure to cool you down as we enter the last days of summer!

In addition to being high in antioxidants, this raspberry and mint smoothie can help soothe mouth sores or a sore throat associated with cancer and its treatments. Combined with flavorful raspberries and honey, the mint in this smoothie helps soothe upset stomachs, improves digestion and can ease nausea, too.

Raspberry Mint Smoothie Recipe

Be sure to give this refreshing recipe a try and share your creations on social media with the hashtag!

Raspberry Mint Smoothie Ingredients

Yield: 2 smoothies 1 1/2 cups cashew milk

1 1/3 cups frozen raspberries (10-ounce package)

2 tsp honey, adjust to taste

Juice of 1 lime

Small handful of fresh mint leaves

In a blender, combine all ingredients until smooth. Taste and add more honey if desired. Enjoy!

We hope you enjoyed our other Summer Snacktime creations over the past few months! If you missed any, you can find all of this summer’s recipes here:

  • Patriot Yogurt Pops
  • Quinoa and Kale Cakes
  • Coconut and Tropical Fruit Chia Pudding
  • Middle Eastern Yogurt Dip with Beets
  • Dark Chocolate Frozen Banana Bites
  • Cinnamon and Turmeric Roasted Sweet Potatoes
  • Strawberry, Ricotta and Basil Toast
  • Peanut Butter Banana Ice Cream
  • Avocado and Herb Salad
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