What can be better than a refreshing smoothie? Perks you up when you have it for breakfast, refreshes you in the middle of the day, sweetens your afternoon paired with a light snack, or rewards you with sweet and tangy smoothness. Whip up this healthy and delicious smoothie in minutes. Take it with you on your way to work or school. Freshen up after that intense workout. Enjoy this smoothie all day long guilt-free.
This recipe takes about 5 minutes to make. Serves 1 to 2.
• 2 cups of strawberries
• 1 banana
• Juice of 2 oranges
• 1/4 cup of Greek yogurt
• Ice cubes
Rinse strawberries and remove stems.
Add all of the ingredients in a blender.
Blend until smooth.
Serve in a glass with a straw.
Ideas And Tips:
• You can also use frozen bananas and frozen strawberries in this smoothie so that you don’t need to add ice cubes to make it cold. Make sure not to include the syrup from frozen fruits as it contains a lot of sugar. This smoothie uses natural sweeteners from the fruits, and it is sweet enough that it does not need any artificial sweeteners.
• Add more fruits like berries, and top off with peanut butter for added creaminess.
• For added crunch, throw in some walnuts, almonds, pecans or peanuts. Add more flavor with raisins, prunes, or other dried fruits.
• This recipe used strawberry and banana flavored Greek yogurt, but you can definitely use plain Greek yogurt or any type of yogurt you like. You can also use milk.
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