1. Breakfast Smoothie 


You will need a good blender or hand blender to make this delicious smoothie.

Serves 1
Preparation time: 5 minutes

1 apple, core and skin included

Ingredients:

1 pear, core and skin included
1 banana, small, peeled
75g/3oz frozen or fresh berries*
2.5cm/1 inch piece fresh ginger, grated
2 tbsp water
1 level tbsp almond butter (optional),
chopped
Topping:
1 dsp, pumpkin seeds
1 heaped tsp, sunflower seeds
1 level tbsp, flaxseeds or linseeds
2 level tbsp, medium (or fine) oatmeal
1 level tbsp, almonds/walnuts/hazelnuts,
chopped

* To make a change from the berries, you
can choose mango, papaya, pineapple or
nectarine. Choose fruit that are in season.

Preparation method:
1. Blend the fruit and water until puréed, adding
the nut butter if you wish. Spoon into your
breakfast bowl.
2. Spoon the seeds, including the linseeds,
over the fruit mixture and stir once or twice.
3. Stir in the oatmeal and nuts and serve at once.

2. Bircher Muesli

Think about using summer fruits
as an alternative to apple.

Serves 1

Advance preparation: overnight soaking
Preparation time: 5–10 minutes

Ingredients:

4 tbsp rolled oats
125ml/4fl oz water
1 apple, grated with the skin on
1 tbsp lemon juice
10 chopped hazelnuts or almonds

Preparation method:
1. Mix the oats and water in your breakfast bowl.
Cover and refrigerate overnight.
2. In the morning, grate the apple over the oats and
sprinkle with the lemon juice, then top with the nuts.
Stir it all up and enjoy.
** You may like to add: 1 dsp ground almonds (to boost
the protein levels), some flaxseeds (to boost healthy
omega-3 fats), and a tbsp of natural yogurt to
provide essential probiotic, digestive support.


3. Haven Green Juice


Ingredients:
2–3 sticks celery, according to size
½ to ¾ cucumber, according to size,
and cut in half lengthwise.

Preparation method:
Feed the cucumber and then the celery through
the juicer. Stir and drink within 15 minutes to get
the full nutritional benefits of the juice.

Haven Tips
In cool or colder weather, add a little fresh ginger into your juice
for its warming effects and its aid to digestion.
** If you find cucumber hard to digest, then we would recommend
a 50:50 mix of watercress and pea shoots (look in the salad
section of your supermarket). This will produce a stronger
flavoured but nutritious green juice.

Speak to your Haven Nutritional therapist for specialist advice tailored to you and look on The Haven website for more information . If these recipes inspired you purchase a copy of The Haven in Your Kitchen here. Watch a film showing you how to make a green juice here