If you have read any of the articles on Days to Fitness, you’ll already know how much I love smoothies. Smoothies have helped me lose fat, and I drink them in place of meals when I’m in a rush. They are also a great source of nutrients.
A lot of smoothie recipes call for fresh fruits and vegetables, and that can be a problem. Unless you use your fresh food purchases within a few days, they can become overripe and even go off. Not only does this leave you with no useable ingredients, it’s also a waste of money.
The solution for this problem is buying frozen fruits and vegetables. That way, you can just use what you need and store the rest – no mess, no waste, no fuss!
Make sure your blender is powerful enough to deal with frozen ingredients. Check out my blender buying guides.
This smoothie recipe uses mostly frozen ingredients so it’s not only ready in minutes, you can store the ingredients in your freezer for whenever you need them next. As easy breakfasts go, this one is hard to beat.
Preparation time: 5 minutes
Cooking time: N/A
Number of servings: 2
- 1 frozen banana, peeled
- 2 cups frozen mixed, red berries e.g. raspberries, cherries, strawberries
- 1 cup milk – use dairy-free if preferred
- ½ cup natural yogurt
- ½ cup freshly squeezed orange juice
- 1-2 tablespoons raw honey
1. Put all the ingredients in your blender and blitz until smooth – 30 to 60 seconds on high
2. Pour into two glasses and serve
Recipe source: foodnetwork.com
Picture source: theblenderist.com
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