Break the Morning with Frozen Fruit Smoothie Recipes

For an alternative of breakfast, check on some frozen fruit smoothie recipes. If it is too weird to try, add some nuts or oats. Besides, they are good to slow the sugar absorption from fruits into the bloodstream, extending the availability of energy to use during the day. There is no need to worry about having frozen fruit for breakfast because it is actually good. Frozen fruits are picked at the best and right time, not forced to mature out of the season. In addition, they are so convenient and cheaper than fresh ones! As blender is a very common kitchen tool, everyone can make smoothie breakfast from frozen fruits. Raspberries are very tasty to start, just make sure the seeds are not included. Banana is fantastically a good company for all frozen fruits. Add yogurt, nuts, oats, fat free or low fat milk, soymilk, or any favorite fruits. Here are four examples of smoothie recipes to make for breakfast.

Easy Smoothie
Compared to other frozen fruit smoothie recipes, this one is very easy to try. The ingredients are ½ cup of orange juice, 1 big banana, ½ can drained peaches, 1 cup of frozen strawberries, and ½ cup of drained pineapple. Whirl all ingredients in the blender, wait a moment until the solution is smooth. The recipe is for two, generous servings. It is possible to add some variations, such as papaya, fresh peaches, or the tropical taste of coconut milk, so long as banana, frozen strawberries, and some fruit juices are included as the main ingredients. No wonder, it is also called strawberry and banana smoothie recipe.

Blue Cranberry Smoothie
Among other low fat smoothie recipes, this one is good to try. The ingredients for this recipe are 1 cup of frozen blueberries, ¼ cup of frozen cranberries, ½ cup of vanilla yogurt (nonfat is preferable), and ½ cup of juiced cranberry cocktail. It may take 5 minutes to prepare the ingredients. Next, put the juiced cranberry cocktail into the blender, followed by yogurt, and then frozen fruits. Start to blend on slow speed for around 30 seconds, and then go to high speed for another 30 seconds. The result is around 16 oz. and for one serving. Each serving contains 260 calories and 1 g of fat.

Blueberry Smoothie
This frozen blueberry smoothie recipe is a deliciously healthy choice of frozen fruit smoothie recipes. The recipe needs ¾ cup of frozen blueberries, ¼ cup of whey protein (take the powder one), ¾ cup of water, and 1 tablespoon of flax seed for fiber and omega-3. First, pour in the water then add all of the ingredients. After the frozen fruits are completely pulverized, let the solution blend thoroughly. The nutritious smoothie, containing 21.8 g of carbs, 219 calories, 4.5 g of fiber, 13.9 g of sugars, 5.3 g of fat, and 23.1 g of protein, deserves B-. Within only 6 minutes, five for preparation and one for blending, a 12 oz. of healthy breakfast serving is ready!

Favorite Fruit Smoothie
Of all other breakfast smoothie recipes, this one is very special because the favorite choice of fruit could substitute the main ingredient. Just prepare a glass of the favorite fruit, could be mango, strawberries, blackcurrants, or others. Remember, it must be frozen fruit. Other ingredients are a ripe banana, 2 tablespoons of natural yogurt, 1 teaspoon of quick cook (not instant) oat, 1 teaspoon of nuts (mixed ones are good), and a glass of fat free or low fat milk, soy milk, or pie juice. If it is preferable, add some honey to make the taste richer and healthily sweeter. With the favorite fruits in any frozen fruit smoothie recipes, everyone could enjoy the healthy and tasty breakfast.

There are more smoothie recipes available throughout internet. And I recommend the recipes from Sensational Smoothies. They have more than 180 recipes that you can try. Read the Healthy and Tasty Sensational Smoothies Review that written by me right here.

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