Sue’s Breakfast Smoothie For On-The-Go!

10511533_10202498926343466_2560579569421161521_o Hi Guys. Hope you’re all still enjoying the blog posts so far. The at home workout seems to have  gone down well, so I will probably do a video demonstrating how to do each exercise soon –  so stay tuned for that. Personally my brain remembers things better if I watch a video, and, then try to replicate it….. rather then reading word for word. Would you be the same? Today I am going to tell you how to make a tasty breakfast smoothie or even to have as a snack for those of you who simply don’t have time in the morning to sit down and have a breakfast.

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This smoothie is really easy and affordable to make, it fills you up in the mornings and it’s one of Sue’s favourites. What You Will Need:

  • A few frozen Strawberries
  • A few frozen Rasberries
  • A few Blueberries
  • x1 Banana
  • x1 scoop of Whey Protein powder (vanilla or strawberry)
  • x30 Grams of Oats (around 1/3 of a cup or 2 tablespoons)  (117 Kcal)
  • x1 teaspoon of Flaxseed
  • x1 big tablespoon of greek yogurt ( Try not to use greek style but rather Fage 0% fat greek yogurt )
  • x1 teaspoon n of honey
  • Add 1 or 2 small cups of VERY cold water

Put it all into your Nutri-Bullet or any blender you have and blend the ingredients on high for 1 min or so. Simple. Easy. Healthy. smoothie 2 TIP: I personally buy all my fruit and veg in either Lidl or Aldi as i find it a hell of a lot cheaper. I also buy bags of frozen Strawberries and Raspberries as they’re much cheaper and last a lot longer. 😉

Hope you enjoy this smoothie? Let me know?

That’s it for this week guys! If you have any questions, just get in touch!

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  1. Sue
    4 February 2015 / 18:43

    Love this smoothie tried myself! left out flaxseed though..it fills u up real easily!

  2. Trisha Kelly
    10 December 2014 / 12:55

    yer may be next year

  3. Trisha Kelly
    25 November 2014 / 23:24

    Never thought of frozen strawberries as they go off so quickly when bought fresh and so expensive. Thanks for that.

  4. Margaret Fenelon Young
    3 September 2014 / 20:22

    How many calories total?

  5. Linda
    31 August 2014 / 17:24

    Any idea where to get Fage Greek Yoghurt, it’s so hard to get it and most of the supermarkets stock the Greek style yoghurt which isn’t the same

  6. Miss V
    29 August 2014 / 13:44

    Hi Rebecca. It’s better to use ground flaxseed as the whole seeds are too small to break down in your mouth or even in most blenders, you’ll get the full benefit from ground seeds. Either buy them ground (linwoods do a ground version) or use a coffee grinder to grind what you need. They should be stored in the fridge though to keep them fresh as they are an oily food and can go rancid if left in the press.

  7. Rebecca
    28 August 2014 / 18:31

    Hi this sounds great and I will be trying it. I have beenthinkingnof buying flaxseed – I don’t like ‘bits’ do you know if ground flaxseed has the same benefits? Thanks

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