weight loss chocolate smoothie, flattened rice/poha recipe for breakfast – healthy chocolate shake for kids, lose weight with poha.
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1 frozen banana
1/2 -3/4 cup aval/poha (I used thin aval)
1/2 cup homemade dahi/curd
3/4 cup water
coconut sugar: 1-2 tsp or as needed OR use 2 dates instead
raw cocoa powder: 1 1/2 tbsp
Flaxseeds: 1 tbsp
Chiaseeds: 1 tbsp
Cinnamon powder: 1 tsp
Cacao nibs: 1 tbsp or as needed
Dry roast the aval/poha without burning on medium to low flame
you can use milk instead of curd, though I prefer curd for it probiotics and its good for the stomach. You will not know there is curd in this smoothie if you use fresh homemade curd which is not sour.
I used brown poha/aval as it is available here in Kerala. You can use white or brown
have this chocolate shake as a post workout drink, it is light on the stomach yet keeps you fuller for a longer period
its a healthy chocolate shake for kids.
Copyright (c): nisahomey.com, this recipe is developed and first published on Jan 18, 2017 by Nisa Homey
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