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Berry Breakfast Smoothie

Yields2 Servings
Ingredients
 1 handful of spinach, kale, watercress or other greens
 1/2 cup oats - I use gluten-free
 200-300gms frozen berries - defrosted (fruit can be left out overnight to defrost for the morning)
 2-3cms fresh ginger - peeled, cut into cubes (optional)
 1 banana
 200-300gms milk of your choice - I like Rude Health Almond or Coconut Milk for this smoothie
 If you need more protein at breakfast time then add a handful of chia seeds too.
Directions
1

Layer all the ingredients up in the container, then whizz everything on high in your nutribullet or magimix.

2

If you prefer it runnier add more milk or I sometimes use 3/4 milk and 1/4 water.

3

This is great as a total breakfast on the go. It can also be made up the night before if you don't mind it being a little browner in colour in the morning, if this bothers you add a dash of lemon juice before whizzing to help with this.

Ingredients

Ingredients
 1 handful of spinach, kale, watercress or other greens
 1/2 cup oats - I use gluten-free
 200-300gms frozen berries - defrosted (fruit can be left out overnight to defrost for the morning)
 2-3cms fresh ginger - peeled, cut into cubes (optional)
 1 banana
 200-300gms milk of your choice - I like Rude Health Almond or Coconut Milk for this smoothie
 If you need more protein at breakfast time then add a handful of chia seeds too.

Directions

Directions
1

Layer all the ingredients up in the container, then whizz everything on high in your nutribullet or magimix.

2

If you prefer it runnier add more milk or I sometimes use 3/4 milk and 1/4 water.

3

This is great as a total breakfast on the go. It can also be made up the night before if you don't mind it being a little browner in colour in the morning, if this bothers you add a dash of lemon juice before whizzing to help with this.

Berry Breakfast Smoothie
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