Smoothies are one of my favorite breakfast options all year round, most especially during the winter season because it is a simple way to lighten up the mornings by adding fresh fruit. And because frozen fruits work just as well, worry no more about whether it is in season or not.
Pina Colada Smoothie
There are lots of pineapple smoothie recipes. However, one that catches my attention and taste is the pina colada smoothie. Tomorrow morning try to start your day with this eye-opening and mouthwatering pina colada smoothie.
1c pineapple chunks
1 small banana
1 c. nonfat Pineapple coconut flavored yogurt
1 c. pineapple juice
Put all ingredients in a blender until become smooth, to add taste, I usually top it with toasted coconut and a pineapple chunk!
Orange Yogurt Smoothie
For more this is one of the most appetizing tropical smoothie recipes. It is kind of reminiscent of those yummy orange popsicles with the vanilla ice cream inside. Here is what you need to make it:
2 Eight-ounce cartons of Vanilla yogurt
3/4 cup orange juice concentrate, frozen thawed
1 ½ cups of milk
Put the yogurt, milk, and juice into a blender. Blend until smooth. Ensure that the whole thing is mixed, transfer to a chilled glass with a sprig of fresh mint. I tried this last summer, and my kiddos loved it.
Cantaloupe Cream Smoothie
1c seeded and cubed
Sugar to taste
Put the cantaloupe in your blender and mix until smooth. Put sugar and keep on blending. I love cantaloupe, and I love this smoothie. Pour over ice in glasses and serve.
To make a fruit-tastic smoothie, you will need:
2c. strawberries make sure to remove the leaves
2 ripe bananas sliced
1c. orange juice
2 kiwi, peeled and sliced
1 container of strawberry yogurt
Combine all ingredients in the blender until become smooth. Then transfer to tall glasses serve!
Banana Mango Smoothie
1 big mango, slice
1 banana, sliced
1/2c vanilla low-fat yogurt
1c chilled orange juice
½ c ice cubes
1 ounce Mila Chia seed
Combine in your blender the yogurt, banana and orange juice. Alternating, put in mango chunks and ice cubes, blending until it’s smooth and creamy.