This smoothie can be enjoyed morning, noon or night.
We all know how hard mornings are, running late, forget to eat breakfast, start to feel sick and then make bad food choices for the rest of the day - due to your bad start!! Cue the breakfast smoothie, which has truly become the breakfast of choice for the modern era…...
With breakfast touted as the most important meal of the day, smoothies tick all the boxes. Not only are they delicious and nutritious, they're also super-easy to whip up and drink on the go. So they're perfect for anyone living a busy lifestyle, such as time-poor professionals, frazzled mums, students, and anybody else who needs something healthy, quick and easy in the morning.
With the popularity of smoothies skyrocketed in Australia in the In the last six months, partly due to the massive interest in super-charged single serve blenders - you have no excuse not to fuel your body. These high-tech blenders aim to break down cell walls of fibrous plants and are said to be the ultimate nutrition extractors. Which means people can now get even more creative devising their ultimate smoothie to deliver maximum nutritional value.
The ideal breakfast should contain whole-grains, protein, fibre, fruit and/or vegetables. By using wholegrain cereal as the base you can then build it up using berries, milk (including whole, soy, almond or rice), then add extra nutrients with nuts, seeds and spices.
1 mango, peeled and chopped
1 banana peeled and choppped
1 Weet-Bix or Gluten-Free Weet Bix
1.3 cup Santiarium So Good Lite Soy or Dairy Milk
Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
Pour into two glasses.