Turkish Delight Smoothie

Turkish Delight Smoothie

Drives like Turkish happiness but with the well-being benefits of polished elm to ease your digestive system. My favourite part of smoothie dishes (apart from the eating part, of course) is colouring them. On this Turkish delight dish, I love combining a mixture of pink coating to add to the theme, such as new and dried strawberries, goji berries, and wilted rose petals, collectively with some crunchy granola or buckinis. Don’t forget to get a small artistic and insane with your covering decorations. It’s good for the being. Enjoy this yummy (and easy to make!) summertime chocolate smoothie to keep you sustained and pure.


Both raw cacao powder and dates are a very nutrient-dense and massive amount of minerals such as iron and magnesium, so this is a decadent, yet healthy entertainment. The increase of aromatic rose provokes the taste of chocolatey Turkish Delight. At the same time, the tiny quantity of Himalayan sea salt draws out the flavour of the cacao and may reinstate trace minerals lost through sweating. If you love Turkish Delight, you’ll love this smoothie! Once tried, forever caught! I can’t get plenty of this smoothie at the time. I want it all the time. We don’t want you to ever experience through a bad smoothie repeatedly. But smoothie proficiency takes time, money, and a lot of frustrating mornings of rejects. We’ve done all of the smoothie tasting activity for you and assembled a significant list of dessert smoothies that also happen to be super healthy.




  • Ten fresh raspberries
  • 1 tsp rosewater extract
  • 1 tsp vanilla bean powder
  • ½ cup of milk
  • Pipe whipped cream
  • toppings of your choice



  • Take three scoops of vanilla ice-cream, ten fresh raspberries, ½ cup milk, ¾ tsp rosewater and blend.
  • Later pour the mix into a bowl and squeeze the pipe whipped cream and decorate it as you want.


Enjoy your day!

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