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Turmeric Smoothie Recipe "A little more Curcuma"

Turmeric Smoothie

Suddenly it's cold outside - time for a turmeric smoothie. Autumn has arrived, the temperatures drop - at least for now - into the single digits. The body needs a few days to adapt to the new season and no sweater seems warm enough. Red cheeks are the result of turmeric and ginger heating up our organism from the inside
Bright orange, fresh turmeric tastes peppery-earthy and has numerous positive effects on the physical well-being. The spice can provide relief for: stomach pain and bloating, rheumatism, cough or inflammatory processes.
As a basic ingredient of curry, turmeric is known to everyone. In India, its main cultivation area, even the 'saffron' yellow robes of Buddhist monks are dyed with turmeric.

Ginger enters the blender as the second warming ingredient and ignites a pleasant warmth. The intense flavors of turmeric and ginger harmonize with mild flavors like ripe pear, lamb's lettuce and banana. To give it the finishing touch, we have added a passion fruit. The result is a lovely taste, refined and soothing.

Turmeric smoothie

"A little more Curcuma"
Prep Time 5 Min
Perform Time 5 Min
Total Time 10 Min
Amount 250 ml
Calories 250 kcal
Cuisine Smoothie
Author Svenja from
Turmeric smoothie recipe
5 / 5 out of 1111 Reviews


  • 2 handful of lamb's lettuce
  • 1 pear ripe
  • 1 banana ripe
  • 1 passion fruit
  • 1 cm turmeric fresh
  • 1/2 cm ginger fresh
  • water as needed


  1. Clean ingredients and cut to size suitable for your blender!
  2. Put all the other ingredients in the container and blend for 45-60 seconds until you reach a smooth, creamy consistency.
  3. Enjoy your Turmeric smoothie with all your heart!

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Svenja from

Green smoothies have been my replacement for morning cerals since 2009. They are inspiring, delicious and speak for themselves. They fit into our lives with five kids and lots of joy in creative healthy cooking. I really love to prepare or create new smoothies. Inspired by the Green Smoothie, I combine two of my passions with my job: taking pictures and working with food.

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Dear people,
where can one get wild herbs?
Best regards and compliments to you.
Carla von Grü
Hello Marianna,

the best place to find wild herbs is usually at weekly markets. Sometimes you can also find them in salad mixes at organic stores or well-stocked supermarkets. If you can't find them at the weekly market, I suggest reaching out to a farmer you trust and asking if they can bring you a small selection of wild herbs.

Best regards,
christa shelbaia
Turmeric is a spice that has been proven to have preventative effects against cancer. See (Cancer Doesn't Like Raspberries), however, it's important to consume it with freshly ground black pepper to activate its properties. There are research reports on this.
Surprisingly delicious. I made it without passion fruit and with turmeric powder, but still tasty.