Delicious Raspberry & Melon Breakfast Smoothie

A smoothie can be enjoyed even when summer is already over. A lot of people are discovering the goodness of healthy smoothies and including them in their daily diet and meal plans.

The challenge, however, comes in making your smoothie delicious. The trick according to our friends at is to choose flavors that you already love.

This Raspberry & Melon breakfast smoothie recipe is so delicious with the combination of naturally sweet honeydew melon and a little sour and tang from raspberries. The coconut milk makes it so creamy.

If you want to get into the smoothie craze, this is a great recipe to start with. And, it only requires 2 portions of fruit!

Makes 2 servings and less than 10 minutes to make

Materials/Tools Needed:

• Blender
• Chopping board
• Bowls for the ingredients
• Glass or flask and straw for serving


• 80 g honeydew melon
• 60 g ice
• 15 pieces raspberries
• 2 tbsp. coconut milk


Prepare the melon.

Peel the melon and remove the seeds. Cut into chunks. You will only need one portion of melon for this recipe.

Info: According to a registered dietician, Nichola Whitehead, one portion (i.e. one portion of melon) is equal to a handful or about 80g.


Put all the ingredients (melon chunks, raspberries, coconut milk, and ice) in the blender. Blitz until smooth for 30 seconds.

Serve and enjoy.

Serve and drink immediately. You can put it in a flask to take with you in the morning.

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