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Ginger Basil-Smoothie with Carrot Scramble


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15 mins

15 mins

1. Start to prepare the carrot scramble.
2. As it cooks, load up the blender and make the smoothie.
3. Serve together.

Recipes for this Meal

Photo of Carrot Tofu Scramble
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Carrot Tofu Scramble

Carrot juice dyes the tofu a brillant, almost egg colored yellow and lends a healthy dose of beta-carotene. If you do not have the carrot juice, just use a few extra shredded carrots to make this veggie packed breakfast. Nutritional yeast can be found in health food stores, sometimes in the supplement department. It is optional, but adds a healthy dose of B-vitamins and a nutty flavor that I just love in my tofu scrambles.

Photo of Ginger-Basil Peach Smoothie
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Ginger-Basil Peach Smoothie

My daughter and I created this smoothie together. She loves candied ginger, which we added, although a smaller amount of fresh ginger could also work. We have actually tried it with both mint and basil, both work beautifully. Adding soda water or seltzer gives it a fun sparkle, but your favorite milk would work too especially to make creamier. We have made this often enough that I have also snuck in yellow summer squash, which she likes to tell me she doesn’t like zucchini, but blends in perfectly without much notice. Add it or not, but whatever you do, don’t tell her about it! ;-)