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Blueberry vanilla smoothie

If this fabulous colour doesn’t pick you up in the morning, nothing will.   My breakfast today.

Recipe:

300g fresh or frozen blueberries (leave a few aside)
500ml almond or organic soy milk
1/2 tspn real vanilla extract
Agave nectar to taste
100g vanilla ice cream (dairy or soy)
2 x 20ml tablespoons LSA (linseed, sunflower seed and almond meal)

Combine all ingredients in blender.  Add a bit of water if mixture is too thick or won’t blend (this is a very thick smoothie, particularly if you use frozen berries).

Sprinkle a few berries on top of each smoothie.

Serves: 2 large glasses with some left over

    2 Responses leave one →
    1. November 7, 2011

      Oh how I envy your refreshing breakfast. Blueberries are a good source of vitamins and fiber. They also contain antioxidants that can be good for the skin and hair. I think it is not to late yet to have another breakfast today…Yay! I am gonna have a smoothie, this smoothie specifically. Thanks for sharing!

    2. November 9, 2011

      I’m sure this smoothie is as much of a treat for the body as it is for the eyes!
      Blueberries are by far my favorite fruit, and to enjoy them in a healthy drink for breakfast sounds divine. Of course, I imagine the blueberries you can get in Australia now are much better than anything I can find here ;)

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