An improvised number, but a good one.
This was one Bramley apple that was hanging around and a nice ripe banana. A great combo of sweet and bitter to get the palate going in the morning. If you’d like a real filling smoothie, add a handful of oats. If you fancy a rich smoothie, add yoghurt.
So it’s a slice of bitter England meeting sweet Costa Rica.
This is enough for two cups of goodness.
One chopped Bramley (cooking) apple, one banana, 2 cups of soya milk (or whatever milk you prefer), a blob of good yoghurt (optional).
Stick it all in a blender and give it a whizzzzzzzzzzzzz.
We Love It
It’s a good way to use our abundance of Bramley apples at the minute, there’s only so much apple pie you can eat!
The first Bramley Apple tree grew in Nottingham, England 1809 (how is this known!) and is named after a butcher named Matthew Bramley.