So who has get healthy on their resolution list? Well let me tell you this smoothie is going to pack a punch. It has some protein in the yogurt, some fruit, and even some fiber to get your body feeling full. This is clean eating at it’s best. With all the fruit you can’t even taste the fiber. Win-win!
Ingredients: 1 cup Greek Yogurt ~ 1/2 cup frozen raspberries (or strawberries) ~ 1/2 cup Almond Milk or water ~ 1 ripe banana ~ 2 TBSP Honey ~ 1 Kiwi ~ 1 TBSP Coarse Bran (optional)
Directions: Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend on high until smooth. Adapted from the Banana Berry Blend Recipe from the Light Cooking Cookbook
What is your favorite Smoothie recipe?
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kathy @ vodka and soda says
i dump fresh berries – doesn’t matter which ones – chopped bananas, a dollup of greek yogurt, a splash of OJ and blend. i heard that adding dates is also a good alternative!
Yes, dates have lots of good fiber! Yours sounds yummy too!
Ohh this looks good. I’ve been tryin’ to get more protein and this seems like a perfect way.
Thank you. Yes, it is great and really any fruits will do so really easy to customize it to taste.
Looks like a yummy smoothie 🙂
Thank you so much! I was really filling too!
Yum! This sounds delicious! I’ve been looking for a new smoothie recipe, and I think I just found it. Thanks for sharing!
Thank you! I hope you give it a try! So healthy!
I hope you give this one a try then, it was really filling and tasted great.
Allison @The Bauble Dept. says
Yum! I love smoothies, and this one sounds so good! I have really been missing my blender, but I’ve been buying the big jugs of Naked smoothies instead. Not quite the same as homemade, but still delicious! 🙂
I love how you can basically just dump anything in and it still tastes great! 🙂 They are not the same, but i am sure still delicious! You get a pass for being on a boat! 🙂
SMD @ Life According to Steph says
I wish I liked smoothies. The texture doesn’t please me, and I need to chew my calories or I have a mental thing that I didn’t get any.
Yeah it can be tough to get over the texture. I usually have protein shakes in the morning so it was an easy transition, but I totally get it. Texture kills it for me for a lot of foods.
Nice!!! Love this idea!
So easy to mix and match veggies and fruits too.
Brianne Bracco says
I have been looking for good smoothie recipes!! This looks great! And awesome giveaway my friend!
Thank you! Hope you give it a try. I really liked it and it kept me full.
YUM!!! This looks so good!!
Thank you! It was tasty, I had it again for breakfast this morning! 🙂
Yummy! I would definitely make something like this!
You’ll have to let me know how you like it!
Krystal @ Krystal's Korner says
I love smoothies! I could drink them everyday.
Aren’t they so good?! Hope you give this one a try!
That looks delicious and the kiwi on the glass is making me mouth water! ahhh!
Thank you! The kiwi really added a nice flavor too!
The Honeydew Blog says
Yum! This sounds and looks great. I love to add flax or chia to my smoothies for some extra nutrients 🙂 will be trying this tomorrow
Thank you. Yes, I love flax oil. I ran out last week! 🙁 Hope you like it!
This one looks like a winner…Smoothies are awesome for breakfast!! I’m such a fan of almond milk – and I didn’t drink much in Peru so it’s like a happy reunion 🙂
Is it hard to get in Peru? It is so amazing and really helps thin out the smoothie a bit. I am not much of a morning person, so
I love a breakfast where I can grab and go.
This looks delicious! My family always makes a ton of smoothies during the summer months. A little ice or frozen fruit, yogurt and some protein powder and we’e good to go. This sounds delicious!
Thank you. I was yummy and so quick to put together.