We told you that icy apple smoothies are a smart snack with less sugar and more nutritional value than milkshakes, but they're not a very appealing substitute when they taste like gritty liquid paste!
We missed a correction on the recipe for the shake, so way too much oatmeal is added. The drink also benefits from a little maple syrup. Here's the correct recipe:
For two servings: Core, chop and peel your favorite apple variety. Process in a blender until smooth with 1/4 cup unsweetened apple sauce, 2 tablespoons quick oats, 1 tablespoon coconut oil, 1/2 teaspoon pie spice, 1 cup of light coconut milk (or rice milk), 2 teaspoons maple syrup and 4 ice cubes.
Also, in the article about Zulka's sparkling apple sangria, there was an unfortunate transposition of numbers on the year William Laird produced what was believed to be the original Applejack in Monmouth County. That year was 1698.
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