Autumn Fruits Smoothie SERVES 2The sun is still shining, but the leaves are already falling and plump blackberries are sitting on the hedges, waiting to be eaten. As a city dweller, I’ve come to blackberry picking late in life, but it’s been something of a revelation. I’ve started to notice other ‘pickers’ on my walks,…

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Autumn Fruits Smoothie


SERVES 2

The sun is still shining, but the leaves are already falling and plump blackberries are sitting on the hedges, waiting to be eaten. As a city dweller, I’ve come to blackberry picking late in life, but it’s been something of a revelation. I’ve started to notice other ‘pickers’ on my walks, and we smile at each other. It’s a bit like being in a secret club: if you know, you know. Having said that, blackberry picking is one of the most accessible activities; just remember to be careful of thorns and wash the berries thoroughly. If you end up with too much, you can freeze them for eating another time.

Ingredients

  • 250g (8.8 oz) blackberries
  • 2 plums
  • 1 apple
  • 400ml (1 cup) oat milk
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 2 heaped tbsp peanut butter

To serve

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    Simply put all the ingredients into a food processor, blitz for a minute until smooth, and pour into two glasses.

Recipe taken from The Seasonal Vegan (Seren) www.serenbooks.com Photographs by Manon Houston manonhouston.com

Autumn Fruits Smoothie SERVES 2The sun is still shining, but the leaves are already falling and plump blackberries are sitting on the hedges, waiting to be eaten. As a city dweller, I’ve come to blackberry picking late in life, but it’s been something of a revelation. I’ve started to notice other ‘pickers’ on my walks,…

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Autumn Fruits Smoothie SERVES 2The sun is still shining, but the leaves are already falling and plump blackberries are sitting on the hedges, waiting to be eaten. As a city dweller, I’ve come to blackberry picking late in life, but it’s been something of a revelation. I’ve started to notice other ‘pickers’ on my walks,…

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