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    People Are Raving About This Coffee Smoothie That's Being Sold For $20, So I Recreated It At Home And Here Are My Thoughts

    I love coffee, so I was certainly curious about this one. 🤔

    Like every teenage girl on the internet, I am obsessed with Emma Chamberlain.

    For starters, the girl is so cool and chic. If you saw her house tour with Architectural Digest, you'd know how stylish she is. You've got to love someone who has tables shaped like corn on the cob, right? 

    So when I saw that she partnered with a grocery store in Los Angeles to create a smoothie using her coffee brand, Chamberlain Coffee, I knew I needed to try it.


    now blending at @Erewhon Market, meet emma chamberlain’s cold brew cookie smoothie. made with our espresso blend, this smoothie is infused with a nutty, chocolatey flavor and includes an abundance of nutritious ingredients. $2 will be donated to food 4 farmers with every smoothie order. only available for a limited time. #chamberlaincoffee #smoothie #coffee #erewhon

    ♬ original sound - Chamberlain Coffee
    @chamberlaincoffee / TikTok

    Emma Chamberlain's Cold Brew Cookie Smoothie is being sold for $19 at Erewhon Market, and she's the latest celeb to collaborate with the grocery store on a drink.

    Emma Chamberlain striking a pose

    However, unfortunately for me, there's no Erewhon outside of LA, so the only option I had was to make it myself. So I quickly went to researching and found the exact recipe.

    Here's how I recreated the smoothie:

    The ingredients I ended up using are as follows: cold brew, frozen raspberries, a frozen banana, cacao powder, cacao nibs, maple syrup, almond milk, dried coconut flakes, coconut cream, almond butter, vanilla protein shake, dates, and Biscoff cookies.

    Ingredients lined up on a table

    Basically, for this recipe, you're going to be making two different smoothies and then layering them on top of each other. First, we need to make the "raspberry ganache" layer, so I started by pouring 1/4 cup of frozen raspberries into a blender.

    Raspberries sit in a blender

    Then, I added in 2 tablespoons of maple syrup, 2 pitted Medjool dates, and 2 tablespoons of cacao powder.

    Ingredients sit in a blender

    I followed that with 1/4 cup of coconut cream and 1/4 cup of cold brew.

    Coconut cream is poured into a blender

    Then, I blended the mixture until smooth, and set this cup to the side.

    A blender is turned on and a smoothie is being made

    Since the "raspberry ganache" portion of the drink was done, it was time to make the other layer of the smoothie. So, in a new blender cup, I added a frozen banana.

    A frozen banana sits in a blender

    After the banana, I added a splash of maple syrup, a splash of vanilla protein shake, and half a cup of almond milk.

    Pouring milk in a blender

    After topping the cup with 1/4 cup of coconut shreds, a tablespoon of almond butter, and a handful of ice, I blended the mixture until cohesive.

    A smoothie is made in a blender

    And lastly, I assembled the smoothie. In my trusty Chamberlain Coffee jar, I poured in the two mixtures, layering the "raspberry ganache" over the banana until the cup looked like it had stripes. For the final touch, I topped the jar off with Biscoff cookie crumbles and cacao nibs.

    The smoothie looks aesthetic in a jar

    After drinking the first few sips, I was honestly a little shocked at how good it was. Like, it was very, very good. The cherry-coffee-cacao combo was incredible. Not too sweet, but not flavorless either. The banana mixture was also amazing and it all just worked. The cookie crumbles and cacao nibs added the perfect crunch to it, too.

    The author of the post holds the smoothie in her hand

    If you like coffee and dark chocolate, you will 1000% really like this.

    But I'm not going to lie, this smoothie is kind of a pain in the ass to make. There are so many ingredients, some of which seem a little unnecessary, and there's a bit of effort required with the assembly of the smoothie.

    The author holds the smoothie in her hand

    So would I pay $19 for this? No. But I would make it at home again. And I'd probably cut down on a few ingredients next time.

    What do you think? Let me know in the comments!

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