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Post Festive Detox

post festive detox

Now that the festival season will soon be behind us, we also need to get back into healthier habits that nourish us and make us feel better. The go-to recipes for me for a post-festival detox are soups and smoothies. Easy to make, full of nutrition, here are some go-to recipes for your post festival detox.

Spinach soup or Palak soup is a wonderfully flavorful, comforting, and healthy dish. It’s made with simple, wholesome ingredients for a highly nutritious soup. Here you’ll find step-by-step instructions with photos (and video) for how to make my easy one-pot palak soup. But although spinach is healthy, not everyone is fond of its flavor. However, if cooked properly and seasoned well these nutritious greens really can make a fan of even the staunchest spinach critics. This spinach soup, for example, is an easy and delicious way to include leafy greens in your diet. Flavorful aromatics are sauteed with fresh spinach, then made faintly thick and mildly sweet with chickpea/gram flour. The soup is seasoned beautifully so that every spoonful has a wonderful – and not overwhelming – taste of earthy, savory spinach.

For this, I use the Wonderchef Soup Maker. I can’t imagine anything being a better detox than some good old greens and spinach is packed with nutrients that the body loves. Wonderchef Automatic Soup Maker is an easy-to-use appliance– it heats, boils, blends and mixes the ingredients automatically and serves a perfect, tasty and healthy soup without any supervision.

Chunky or smooth, hot or cold whatever soup you crave, this Soup Maker makes it to perfection!

I use the Wonderchef Nutri-Blend Thunder that whips me up the tastiest and creamiest of smoothies. It’s is crafted to cater to all your prepping needs – mixing, pureeing, grinding and chopping and delivers it in the most digestible form. 


  • 1/2 c. low-fat milk
  • 1/2 c. low-fat coconut-flavored yogurt
  • 2 c. frozen raspberries
  • 2 bananas, peeled and cut into pieces
  • Toasted coconut and raspberries, for serving


Step 1: Using the Nutri-Blend Jar, blend together milk and coconut-flavored yogurt with frozen raspberries and bananas.

Step 2: Serve topped with toasted coconut and raspberries.

You can even store the smoothie and use it later. Store your smoothies or smoothie ingredients in the fridge for 1-2 days before using them. In the freeze: you can store smoothies or smoothie ingredients in the freezer for up to 3 months. They’re perfect for prepping ahead of time and enjoying week after week

Author: Alina Gufran, writer and film-maker, who loves the outdoors and reading.

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