- Prep Time 0:05
- Cook Time 0:00
- Estimated Cost $6.50
- 2 Comments
2 weeks ago, my parents brought me the best present ever: fresh figs from their tree. I knew I would be tempted to eat nothing but figs until they disappeared unless I froze some of them, so I removed their stems, sliced them in half and packed them in an airtight container. Boy am I glad I did because this dairy-free yet creamy shake was the perfect afternoon pick-me-up. Feel free to experiment with soy, hemp or regular milk.
- 15 fresh figs that have been halved and frozen $4
- 1 cup ice cubes
- 1 cup almond milk $2.50 for 32 oz.
Recipe Serves 2
- Combine all ingredients in a blender or food processor until smooth. Add more almond milk if necessary to achieve desired texture.
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Enish Froon, on Sep 7, 12:13 AM, wrote:
Why do the figs need to be frozen?
slot deposit pulsa, on Jul 24, 10:05 PM, wrote:
I like almond fig shake