Fig, Almond & Date Smoothie

By: Claire Georgiou, Reboot Naturopath, B.HSc ND

The figs looked so plump and yummy at the market that I knew I had to make a recipe with them. What I came up with reminds me of and tastes like a biscuit (or some of you may refer to it as a cookie!). You can use preservative free dried figs and soak them in coconut water/water or a milk alternative overnight to soften them up before blending them. Figs contain calcium, potassium, iron, manganese and are a good source of fibre.

Give it a try and enjoy!

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  • 2-3 fresh figs (dried can also be used)
  • 1 cup (250 ml) almond milk (or coconut milk)
  • 1 handful of ice
  • 2 tbsp (about 15 – 20) almonds
  • 1 tsp. honey
  • 1 date


  1. Wash and chop the fresh figs.
  2. Place all ingredients in blender.
  3. Blend on high for 45 – 60 seconds, until smooth.


  • Figs – banana, berries
  • Coconut milk – rice, quinoa, hemp or almond milk
  • Almonds – cashews, macadamias, pecans
  • Honey – maple syrup, rice malt, date
  • Date – extra honey, maple syrup

Servings: 1

  • Nutrition per serving:
  • Calories240
  • Fat11 g
  • Saturated Fat0 g
  • Cholesterol0 g
  • Sodium180 mg
  • Carbohydrates30 g
  • Fiber6 g
  • Sugars15 g
  • Protein 5 g

Yields and nutritional information are estimated and will vary depending on produce size and equipment used.

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Claire Georgiou, Reboot Naturopath, B.HSc ND

Claire Georgiou is an Australian Naturopath, Nutritionist and Herbalist who has completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Compl. Medicine) and an Advanced Diploma of Nutrition, Naturopathy and Herbal Medicine. She has more than 14 years of clinical experience specializing in liver disease, autoimmune disease, thyroid conditions, diabetes, insulin resistance, digestive disorders, chronic infections, children’s health, fertility and pregnancy care. Claire consults in private practice in Sydney and also offers consults out of area and is an accredited member of the Australian Traditional Medicine Society. Claire has worked closely for many years with Dr. Sandra Cabot, who is known as the “Liver Cleansing Doctor” and has written more than 25 health related books. Claire writes health related articles, creates healthy recipes and is one of the nutritionists who runs our Guided Reboot programs.

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