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Chili Lime Mango Lassi

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Things around the Keatley household have been busy as of late. Essentially, meal making & planning hasn’t been a priority to us. A lot of roasted throw togethers and random hashes have been consumed. We’re hoping to start including some more non-recipe content; random articles about stuff we think is interesting and maybe even some video. I don’t know how to edit or really do jack squat with video…so that’ll be an interesting experiment. We’re always open to ideas–so please throw them out there. If there’s any interest, maybe we could even do q&a stuff–for any burning questions you’d like us to answer (personal or health related, we’re open). CrossFit stuff? It’s a huge part of our lives and something we don’t really talk about on the site. I guess I just don’t know what to say about it. I was thinking about taking photos of the food we eat on a daily basis, as maybe that would help answer  the number one email question we get: “What does a typical day of meals look like?” What do y’all think? Too boring?

Also, we’re CLOSEOUT  (<– think used car commercial) pricing our t-shirts. $16.99 + free shipping (U.S. only).

 

Serves

2 very thirsty people or 3-4 normal thirsty people

Ingredients

  • 1 lb frozen mango chunks
  • 1 c canned coconut milk
  • juice of 2-3 limes
  • 1/4 t cayenne pepper
  • optional: honey (for sweetness), booze (for regret)

Method

Combine all ingredients into a blender. Pulse until smooth. Serve immediately.

5 comments

  1. I love the “add booze (for regret)” part! More up my alley! LOL! I had a mango lassi at our local Indian restaurant and really enjoyed it but it was too sweet for my taste. This looks like it will be ‘just right’! I would LOVE to see you guys do video on what your typical day/week of meals looks like. I’d also love to see some ‘favorite shortcuts’ you guys use to save time and money on eating Paleo.

  2. Hey,
    I love your blog and recipes but especially the non recipe related posts. I would love to hear more about you and your paleo/CF ideals etc. Daily food and WODs would be fun too! Thanks x

  3. embarrassing but i legit just laughed out loud at the honey (for sweetness), booze (for regret)

    hysterical, but so true.

  4. and also, I would say a day of your typical meals (both of yours, as I’m sure they’re a bit different!) would be really helpful :)

  5. That looks delicous. Although, traditionally mango lassie’s are made with homemade yogurt, so changing to coconut milk is an interesting choice. It seems like it would be just as creamy and slightly less thick than yogurt. Does this mango lassie have a strong coconut flavor to it?

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