Tangerine shake

tangerine shake

Ever since the coronavirus discussions have been on, I seem to be digressing from the fact that I have a blog to write. It has definitely taken over my daily thought process. my microbio background instinct has kicked in. All I can think of is clean, sanitize and immune system. I seem to be functioning like a robot than being that normal self. Today was the point of self-realization that maybe I Am going a bit overboard with this. Thankfully I have not done much panc buying, so hopefully will stay a bit sane.

Returning back to being myself

The key factor to resisting any viral attack on the respiratory system is our immune system. There is nothing more important than self-care at this point. Good levels of nutritious food, fresh fruits and veggies are the best to get us through this period of the pandemic. Stay calm as there is no use to all that stress.
I couldn’t think more than getting the vitamin c levels on the check as the first set of preventive, just good old wisdom and can’t think of anything better than the citrus fruits. So,  gathered up all those tangerine at home. Then just true to myself as an Indian mom, I get that bit of turmeric out… can’t get that habit out of me!!! Now to make it exciting, probiotic-rich natural yoghurt and a bit of sweet squishy frozen banana. Tada…. you have it all set. Now Whizz away
This tangerine shake is light, refreshing and exciting at the same time. It has a few touches of being close to a creamsicle and yet not weighing us down with all that cream.

citrus tangerine shake

Let’s just enjoy the stresses away. The world is going to go on and learn new ways, keep hopeful and count your blessings.

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tangerine shake

Tangerine shake

with turmeric and yogurt
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Appetizer, Breakfast, Desserts, Drinks, Snacks
Cuisine Autumn, diabetic friendly, Fusion, gluten free, International, Kids choice, One pot, Spring, Summer, Vegetarian
Servings 4 serves


  • 3 large tangerine ( can do with oranges)
  • 1 inch turmeric grated
  • 1/2 cup Banana frozen
  • 2 cup low fat yogurt
  • 1 cup crushed ice
  • 2 tbsp honey


  • Peel the tangerines remove the seeds and add the flesh to the blender
  • grate the turmeric and add to the blender.
  • Add honey, frozen banana and crushed ice and blend well with the turmeric and tangerines.
  • Add the yoghurt and give a quick whizz
  • Serve immediately in tall glasses
  • The recipe cannot be kept for long as it slightly turns bitter. So enjoy it immediately.
    tangerine shake
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2 years ago
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Oh my goodness! This drink sounds so yummy and very delicious. This is something my teens will love for breakfast before school. Can’t wait to make this one morning and surprise them!

2 years ago
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This sounds so good. I think my daughter would love this! I am gonna have to grab the stuff this weekend to give this a try.

2 years ago

I’m into sweets and looking for something healthy so I wouldn’t gain weight. I would try this with my family.

Megan Ellam
2 years ago
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Such a delicious combination of flavours. Thanks for the inspo!

2 years ago
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This smoothie is right up my alley, I love any drink with yogurt in it and it sounds like a great healthy way to start the day! Can’t wait to make it thanks for sharing.

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