Breakfast Smoothie Recipes
If you are looking for breakfast smoothie recipes we have a few great tasting ones that have proven to be among our favorite meal replacements in the morning.
Breakfast smoothies are great for those of us that are on-the-go and don't have much time in the morning to prepare a full breakfast. Thus, knowing how to make a good breakfast smoothie is a great way to mix things up.
As always, we invite anyone who knows of a great breakfast smoothie recipe to contact us and share it. We will post it here for everyone to enjoy!
Finally, we would like to mention that you should make sure you have a good blender that has enough power (at least 4 speed settings) so that it can perform all blending tasks well.
Weak blenders usually don't have enough power to slice through frozen fruit or pulverize ice-cubes which means they make smoothies that have large chunky bits floating around that are not that pleasant to swallow. Therefore, having a good blender is a worthwhile investment.
Chocolate Fudge Breakfast Smoothie
- 8 ounces (300ml) of milk
- 2 raw eggs
- 2 or 3 squirts of chocolate fudge syrup
- handful of cornflakes
- 3 or 4 drops of liquid Stevia (optional)
Pour the milk in first followed by everything else and blend on lower speed for 20 seconds then stop and let everything settle. After that, blend again for another 30 seconds on the highest speed setting.
If you like your smoothie to be sweeter then you can add a few drops of Stevia.
The cornflakes are a final touch that will give the smoothie a bit of a crunchy feeling much like you are accustomed when having cereals for breakfast.
Strawberry-Yogurt Breakfast Smoothie
- 8 ounces (300ml) of water
- 6 medium sized fresh (or frozen) strawberries
- 1 plain yogurt
- 3 or 4 drops of liquid Stevia
- 4 to 6 ice cubes
Pour the water in first followed by everything else and blend on lower speed for 30 seconds.
Chocolate-Protein Breakfast Smoothie
- 10 ounces (350ml) of water
- 1 1/2 scoops of chocolate whey protein
- 1 raw egg
- 1 banana
- 2 tablespoons of low-fat sour cream
Pour the water in first followed by everything else and blend on lower speed for 15 seconds then stop and let everything settle. After that, blend again for another 30 seconds on the highest speed setting.
This protein-based breakfast smoothie is thick and rich in tasteand is ideal for those that work at jobs where they are exertingenergy more so than the average person does at an office-type job. It will keep you full the entire morning!
If you like your smoothie to be more chilled then simply add few (4 to 6) ice-cubes into the mix.
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