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Dairy-Free Lemongrass and Almond Milk Shake

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A delightful almond milk with lemongrass infusion, perked up with the vitamins of cucumber and topped with citrus syrup; sure to boost your immune system and keep you healthy.

INGREDIENTS

2 sticks of lemongrass, crushed

50 gram Japanese cucumber

1 cup almond milk

1 cup ice cube

2 tbsp Sunquick

1 tbsp brown sugar

 

METHOD

1. Boil lemongrass with almond milk and sugar.

2. In a KENWOOD Blend-Xpro, put in the lemongrass milk mixture, cucumber, ice cube and sunquick.

3. Blend until smooth and serve chilled.

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