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If you like Pina Colada…

Pineapple Mint Cooler Smoothie

Tropical fruit, fragrant mint, refreshing coconut and a kick of ginger make this smoothie the ideal accompaniment to a hot summer’s day. Rum optional 😉

Don’t forget your sunnies!

  • 250ml Rebel Kitchen Coconut Water
  • Quarter mango
  • Quarter pineapple
  • Handful of spinach
  • Quarter of a cucumber
  • A handful of mint (stalks can be included too!)
  • 1 inch piece of ginger
  • A few ice cubes (optional)

Throw it all in a blender, whizz till smooth, enjoy!

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Two Ingredient Chocolate Pudding


Two ingredients and you’re golden. Treat yourself to this Chocolate Mylk Pudding by blogger of the month Plant Based Judy. Serves two. Or one big one for yourself. We aint judgin’ 😉


 – 1 x 330ml Rebel Chocolate Mylk.

– 2 tbsp corn flour (starch)

– (extra sweetener & cacao powder optional and to taste. mix with cornflour in step 1)


– Mix corn flour with 1 tablespoon of the milk to form a paste.

– Add rest of the Mylk and whisk by hand until smooth.

– Pour into a pan & heat on high until bubbling.

– Reduce heat whilst stirring continuously until a thick pudding forms.

– Take off heat and pour into 2 glasses.

– Allow to set in the fridge until chilled & serve with coconut cream and fresh berries.

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Chocolate PBJ Protein-Packed Mylkshake


Don’t be fooled. Tofu in a smoothie is actually genius. Check out this unusual protein packed smoothie by Plant Based Judy. Reminiscent of your favourite sweet, comfort foods as a kid –  with a healthy twist. Just To(fu) cute. #groan


– 1 block tofu (Judy uses 300g silken tofu, but any should work)

– 1 330ml carton Rebel Kitchen Chocolate Mylk

– 4 tablespoons peanut butter or peanut flour

– 1-2 frozen bananas (optional if you prefer a stronger banana flavour)

– 1 cup frozen raspberries

– Stevia or maple/date/agave syrup to taste


– Stew 1/2 cup frozen berries on the stove until soft and jammy. Sweeten to taste. Pour out raspberry jam into glass(es) to cool

– Blend together tofu, Chocolate Mylk, peanut butter, frozen banana and rest of raspberries until smooth

– Pour mylkshake over raspberry jam and serve

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Chocolate Orange Brownie Batter Dip


If the title of this recipe isn’t enough for you, then just imagine a whole bowl of cookie dough that’s actually good for you. Now go.

Chocolate orange brownie batter dip from @plantbasedjudy. A taste sensation for all. 

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– 1 tin black beans (you won’t taste them. Promise.)

– 1 cup of dates

– 1/4 cup Rebel Chocolate Orange Mylk

– 2 tbsp cacao

– zest of 1 small orange

– dairy-free chocolate chips


– blend together black beans & dates in a food processor until a thick paste forms

– add Chocolate Orange Mylk, cacao & orange zest

– place into bowl, garnish with chocolate chips & more orange zest.


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10 unusual veg to up your smoothie game…

It’s National Vegetarian Week. All hail, #veg. So we thought we’d share some interesting tried-n-tested veg additions to up your smoothie game. None of these include kale FYI (so summer 2015). This year it’s all about sprouts. You heard it here first.

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1. Fresh coriander – rich in iron, fibre and vitamin C. Also a great palette cleanser. Try it and see. No regrets.
2. Red and orange peppers – choose warm colours for sweetness. Green’s a no-go (we’ve discovered). Packed full of Vitamin C. And also good vibes.

3. Pak Choi – a good one to up nutritional content without altering taste. Full of essential vitamins, minerals, and protein & fibre rich too.
4. Courgette – we love this one. An inoffensive flavour that’s rich in antioxidants. Great for bulking out a smoothie in place of (sugary) fruit.

5. Celery – helps to balance the sweetness of a purely fruit smoothie.
6. Frozen peas – these guys are great. Magnesium-rich, adds sweetness to smoothies (instead of using fruit). Just quite fun really.
7. Parsley – A great palette cleanser. Adds real freshness to a smoothie as well as being vitamin rich.
8. Brussel sprouts (or their flowers)– raw sprouts add sweetness. Don’t roast them. That’s weird. Rich in vitamin C.
9. Butter beans – rich in fibre and good for the heart. 
Here’s our bean smoothie for some inspo. 
10. Mint – positively dreamy. Lifts the flavour of any fruit or veg smoothie. Great for digestion and a real palette cleanser.