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Quick Breakfast // Banana And Berry Smoothie Recipe...

My daughter's latest is to ask for 'Something Special' for breakfast and all I want is 'Something Simple'. So this weeks favourite is this little recipe. It's an easy way to start the day and it helps fill their little belly's with some extra goodness. 

Banana And Berry Smoothie Recipe

One Banana
1/2 cup Mixed Berries (fresh or frozen) - we used Strawberries & Blueberries
2 Tbsp Vanilla Yoghurt
2 tsp Honey
1/2 cup low-fat milk

Place all ingredients into a blender. Blend until smooth.

Serves enough for two.

Enjoy.



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  1. YUM!!! I have been having smoothies every morning this week and loving it! I'm going to try your one tomorrow. It sounds delicious! Thanks for linking up with Fabulous Foodie Fridays!

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    1. I hope you loved it! thanks for the link up xx

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  2. Big smoothie fan here! They are one of my regular go-to meals for Mr TT who is such a fussy eater. Massive tonsils make eating chunky food uncomfortable so smoothies come in very handy (yay for tonsils coming out next month!). I sneak in some wheatgerm and a raw egg too (when he's not looking of course!). I love the way you've served it in that mini bottle - very fancy! xx

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    1. Poor little fella! I was the same as a kid, got them removed when I was 3yrs. I'm going to try turning this recipe into a 'frozen yogurt', this would be good for after his op! ;) xx

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