Peachy Plumcot Smoothie (Vegan)

Most of my random recipes begin with me picking up new things to try at bulk food stores. This week at Sam’s club, I saw this bag of plumcots.  I had never eaten a plumcot before, and was curious.

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Plumcots are a mix between plums and apricots. This blend I found says that it has flavors of melon and pineapple. However, I also taste apricots and a bit of plum. Generally I’m don’t like plums; I don’t like the mushy texture. Regardless of what the exact flavor is – the texture is crisp, yet soft, and the flavor is refreshing. It’s perfect in a smoothie! My daughter gave it an A -. She’s a tough critic, but then she asked what an A- means; 7 year olds are so funny. I give it an A+, and I’m a tough teacher. I felt that I had to post it today, because these plumcots are only in season for 4 – 5 weeks and this smoothie rules. Run and buy some plumcots ASAP!

This peachy plumcot smoothie is simple, easy, healthy, and delicious! It features Young Living NingXia Red, which is an whole-body supplement drink that is packed with superfoods including wolfberry, plum, aronia, cherry, blueberry, and pomegranate juices and extracts. NingXia Red benefits include support for energy levels, normal cellular function, and whole-body and normal eye health.* We also like to make popsicles with it, add it to our smoothies, and take a shot glass of it in the morning, because it’s full of immune boosting antioxidants! You can buy it here.

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Peachy Plumcot Smoothie (Vegan)

  • Servings: ~16oz
  • Difficulty: easy
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This healthy Peachy Plumcot summer smoothie features Young Living NingXia Red and is loaded with vitamins and antioxidants. It's naturally sweet, and requires nothing but the fruit for tasty perfection!


Credit: My Real Dish

Ingredients


Directions

  1. Pit your fruit.
  2. Add all ingredients into Vitamix or blender.
  3. Blend until smooth
  4. Enjoy! 

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* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Young Living products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

 

17 Comments

    • My Real Dish says:

      When you find them, let me know! I was at the grocery store and I saw some more plum-ish ones. I was tempted, but I had to eat the entire bulk bag first. I only have two left. I may go just test the difference types this week. HAHA. Making the most of the 4 – 6 week season!

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    • My Real Dish says:

      Try it! I used blueberries instead of cherries in this recipe the other day. Or, if you’re not daring to try the plumcot – you can try one of your NingXia packets, 1 banana, 1 cup of frozen blueberries. Use those packets of NingXia!

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