The Sex Shake Smoothie —Episode 7

In this episode Kevin and I are making a very sexy and tasty smoothie—one that helps set the mood and also contains some “performance enhancing” ingredients for the guy in your life. Now, this isn’t a recipe we invented from scratch. When we were dating about six or seven years ago, we stumbled across a recipe for a sex shake in a men’s magazine. The shake called for a lot of interesting supplements that claim to help with male circulation (a.k.a. keeping the wind in the sails) and sexual health, such as selenium, Vitamin E, ginseng, ginger, etc. But it wasn’t so tasty. So we just reinvented it with smoothie ingredients that actually taste good and have added benefits. For instance, raw cashews make a great, creamy smoothie base and they also have a ton of zinc, which is known as the “sex mineral” and is said to raise testosterone and, um, sperm production.

The big question, of course, is does it work? Well,  y’all know I’m pregnant with my third baby in three years, so there’s that. And at the very least, the smoothie is something fun to make, try and laugh about together, which I think is a great recipe for lighting the spark.

Sex Shake Smoothie

Set the mood and boost performance with this tasty shake.

Set the mood and boost performance with this tasty shake.

Large handful of raw cashews

About 1 cup cold low-fat milk

Handful cut pineapple

Handful frozen blueberries

Handful frozen strawberries

1 teaspoon grated fresh ginger root

10 drops ginseng tincture

1 drop liquid selenium

Fresh strawberries for garnish

Place cashews in blender with enough milk to slightly cover the cashews. Blend. Add remaining ingredients and blend. Garnish with a fresh strawberry. Enjoy with someone special.

Photo: Kofi Oliver

My top in this episode: Michael Stars Supima Double Front V-Neck

3 thoughts on “The Sex Shake Smoothie —Episode 7

  1. Pingback: Deb’s Kitchen: The Sex Shake Smoothie | Black Health Matters

    • Interesting. Thanks very much for the tip. Certainly I’m not a doctor and we only add one drop, which I’ve read from other sources is okay… But for those who might have more of a sensitivity it’s something to be aware of.

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