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    Breakfast shakes mostly
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    2 Reviews |  By Lennie

    The addition of the bran makes this fruit smoothie a little different and a lot healthier. Note that you can use any frozen fruit in this; it's best if you use fruit you've frozen yourself (just do it the night before, if you wish, so you can make this for breakfast).

    Recipe #122657

    This recipe comes from the internet! Health in a glass, providing lots of antioxidants & omegas! NOTE: An additional ingredient is 1/8 cup of ground hempseed, but Zaar does not recognize it, so I'm including it here!

    Recipe #328136

    A super energy drink packed full of fruit, perfect to kick start any (and every) day!

    Recipe #129145

    I got this recipe from another sweet older woman. I make this in the morning for breakfast and it fills you up so well that you can skip lunch! You will need a blender. I have chosen to use all organic ingredients, but it is not neccessary.

    Recipe #374403

    I found this recipe in The Biggest Loser Cookbook. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.

    Recipe #374907

    The recipe for this unusual drink comes from the June 2009 Best Recipes cookbooklet, Summer Salads & Sandwiches.

    Recipe #375010

    Wonderful and healthy smoothie made from fruit, soy protein, and chia seeds. A great breakfast when you're in a hurry!

    Recipe #313105

    Discovering wonderful smoothies with oatmeal here on Zaar, I was moved to create my own. This fruity, low-fat breakfast will keep you going all morning. [If you're like me, you may be tempted to eat the whole batch :-)]

    Recipe #288409

    I made this up when really craving a thick vanilla shake, and it did the trick!!

    Recipe #294087

    Based on the berry smoothie recipe from The Joy of Vegan Baking.

    Recipe #306757

    This is a great way to slip healthy spinach and flax seed meal into your loved one's diet. It is healthy and satisfying and you will benefit from the probiotics (yogurt), antioxidants (berries), omega-3's and fiber (flax meal), potassium (banana) and the numerous benefits of spinach (to name a few - vitamin K, A, C, B2, B6, E, folate, iron, calcium, potassium & fiber). Also by combining the berries (Vitamin C) with the spinach (iron) you are allowing for more absorption of iron from the spinach (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spinach). I have this about an hour before my morning workout.

    Recipe #310619

    I have not tried this recipe. I got it from Weight Watchers. This is a 2 pts value.

    Recipe #237042

    from Bikini Bootcamp book

    Recipe #301011

    Recipe #301596

    A great breakfast smoothie

    Recipe #296531

    Sip this power breakfast which boasts more than 300 milligrams of calcium while getting ready for work or on your way there. A scoop of powdered milk boosts the calcium contributed by the yogurt and the calcium-fortified orange juice. Additional nutritional benefits come from potassium-rich banana and antioxidant-rich berries. Frozen berries ensure a thick, creamy consistency, but you can also use fresh ones. Other frozen fruits, such as peaches or mangoes, work well, too.

    Recipe #297923

    A yummy twist on a regular smoothie. Plus the sugars from the yogurt and fruits make it naturally sweet!

    Recipe #298021

    Basic breakfast smoothie that I make for myself and my daughter. Also makes a great dessert!

    Recipe #299191

    I love this smoothie, as it not only tastes great, but it keeps me full right up until lunch time and it is healthy. I sometimes vary the fruits I use.....instead of frozen red berries, I would add fresh mango and papaya slices.

    Recipe #298988

    P'at is the Korean name for the azuki bean, the source of the "sweet red bean paste" often used in Asian desserts. They have a delicious rich flavor which I find matches well with the creaminess of an Indian-style lassi. You should be able to find canned sweetened azuki beans at any Asian supermarket. "Plain" yogurt in Korea always has sweeteners added, if using the more natural type, you may wish to add a touch more sugar to this, depending on the sweetness of the azuki beans.

    Recipe #240241

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