Betsy’s Best Eggnog Smoothie

Betsy’s Best Eggnog Smoothie

Eggnog is an iconic Holiday drink, so why not make an iconic eggnog smoothie? Betsy, a registered Dietitian, loves to eat healthy all year long, but great taste is very important to her.  We know it will be #LoveAtFirstTaste when you try this delicious Breakfast smoothie.

Recipe Ingredients:

1 T Betsy’s Best Cinnamon Almond Butter

½ cup cashews

1 cup water

1 Tbsp chia seeds

½ tsp vanilla

¼ tsp rum extract (or real rum to make a party drink)

1 tsp cinnamon

¼ cup dates (or 8-10 drops of liquid Stevia)

Dash nutmeg

Pinch sea salt

Step By Step Eggnog Smoothie Recipe Directions:

Step 1: Place ingredients in your blender.

Step 2: Blend until smooth.

Step 5: Enjoy your holiday eggnog smoothie!

We bet Betsy’s delicious eggnog smoothie recipe will be a hit throughout the Holiday season! Did you #TasteTheDifference?  Did you alter the recipe with some of your own great ideas? Where does this recipe fit on your list of best smoothies?

Did you know Betsy is a registered Dietitian? Read her blogs posts about the health benefits of natural almond butter.

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Green Beans: rich source of vitamin C, K, A, thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, omega 3-fatty acids and manganese. Green beans support strong bones, oxidize cholesterol, lower blood pressure and reduce colon cancer risks.

Cheers to your health!

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