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Every time I eat papaya, I am transported back to Thailand where hubs and I literally ate it multiple times per day. If you’re like me and sometimes hesitate to buy a whole large fruit, don’t forget that leftovers are great to freeze for smoothies, including the one here!
Frozen papaya & cauliflower has got to be one of my absolute favourite combos. And this smoothie is honestly next level thanks to the addition of tahini. Tahini is my latest breakfast obsession and if you haven’t tried it in a smoothie yet, I strongly urge you to give it a go — #heavenly !!
The health benefits of this sweet, floral, slightly musky-tasting fruit should not be overlooked. Papaya is a good source of fibre, vitamins including C & folate, and powerful antioxidants including lycopene. Among other things, lycopene is believed to help prevent cancer, heart disease and osteoporosis. Papayas also contain an enzyme known as papain that helps to prevent constipation and promote gut health.
Tahini paste is made by grinding sesame seeds. The unhulled paste is more nutrient-rich since it is made from intact seeds. Tahini is loaded with vitamins and minerals including calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc and iron. It is easy to digest; a great source of protein and healthy fat; and rich in anticancer, heart-healthy plant lignans as well as methionine, which helps with liver detoxification.
For one servings, blend together until smooth:
Once blended, swirl in tahini. Add toppings as desired and enjoy!
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