Imagine eating a big bowl of chocolate pudding. Because that’s exactly what this smoothie is.
Trust me on this because once you read the ingredients I already know you’re gonna be like… “Ummmm, Meg? How on EARTH does this taste like chocolate pudding!?”
I know, I know. But like I said, trust me on this one.
If you’ve ever tried any of my smoothie recipes in the past, you know I’m basically like the Smoothie Recipe Queen, and this recipe is just another one to add to the list.
I know there is a lot of vegetables in this recipe, but with the cooking method I use, I’m able to enjoy this smoothie as often as I want and not experience any sort of bloat of digestive upset.
I’ve done a lot of gut healing work over the years, too, so if you want to scale back on the amount of cauliflower in this smoothie, go for it, however, you’re just not going to have as big of a bowl of “chocolate pudding” to enjoy.
Top this smoothie with whatever you enjoy, but I like to keep things simple with some fresh fruit like strawberries or raspberries and cacao nibs. Cacao nibs are my favourite smoothie topping!