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    What's for breakfast? Smoothies for chugging!

    [Cover photo by love4culinary.] A few other breakfast-friendly beverages are included here, too. My What’s for breakfast? series also includes cookbooks with recipes for baked 1-dish meals , baked goods , cereal , coffee cake , doughnuts & fritters , eggs & meat , fruit , pancakes & French toast and potatoes . If you want coffee, tea or cocoa with your breakfast, check out my Hot Drinks cookbook.
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    I found this in a smoothie book I have, with all that green this has got to be good for you!!

    Recipe #321462

    4 Reviews |  By MsSally

    I had some cottage cheese I needed to use up so this smoothie was invented. You may use fresh fruit for this but you may need to add some ice cubes to make it thick. Note: It is not intended to be a sweet smoothie, so if it is not sweet enough feel free to add additional sugar or honey.

    Recipe #252157

    After checking out the different smoothies, I decided I had to post this one! Enjoy!

    Recipe #38426

    5 Reviews |  By mliss29

    This was inspired by the Vita-Mix man at my local Costco. He was throwing all kind of stuff in his super-duper blender. He was right: my puny blender can't completely puree citrus membranes, but this still tastes good.

    Recipe #292572

    This recipe comes from Prevention Magazine. It was about how to boost your fat burn. Green tea gives your metabolism an extra jolt and so give this a try for those of you who are breakfast skippers. Or for those of us who just like these flavor combinations:-)

    Recipe #283273

    2 Reviews |  By Shelli

    My daughter brought this recipe home from school....it tastes like Orange Julius, but the extra sugar adds a touch of sweetness! Very Refreshing.

    Recipe #92835

    From the Splenda website.

    Recipe #255175

    Very refreshing smoothie.

    Recipe #225435

    Really refreshing, hardly any fat, and, if you use diet soda, hardly any calories.

    Recipe #151781

    When I became diabetic, I needed to work out a satisfying breakfast that wouldn't tax my blood sugar. Follow the smoothie with one piece of whole-grain bread and 1 tbs reduced fat, natural style peanut butter (I use Smucker's). You can't go wrong.

    Recipe #189256

    I got a list of milkshakes from my friend the nutritionist. I made this alot last summer, because with a whole cantaloup you can actually make several. You can also make this into popsicles as well.

    Recipe #214383

    3 Reviews |  By twissis

    From *Cooking With Honey* by Hazel Berto, this recipe works as a tasty dessert drink or after school treat for the kids. I modified the original recipe from whole milk to skim & ice cream to frozen yoghurt, so feel free to revert to the original if you have a DH w/more willpower than my Siggi. *Enjoy*

    Recipe #229357

    There are a few little preparation quirks that distinguish a good smoothie from a great one - at least in my book. For one, I like to par-freeze the fruit I'm using - not rock solid, mind you - because it helps thicken the drink; room temperature fruit only thins it. Ditto for the liquid I use, in this case coffee - usually left over from the pot I've made that morning. As prepared here, this smoothie has a mild coffee flavor, but if you want a stronger coffee kick then go ahead and use some double strength brewed coffee that has been well chilled.

    Recipe #214669

    Recipe #151381

    A refreshing, non-dairy smoothie from the LCBO magazine.

    Recipe #224454

    A concoction of mine, a meal in glass, I used green apple, skin on & the smoothie turned out a nice light green colour, a hit with the kids!

    Recipe #224546

    6 Reviews |  By Brenda.

    A great "breakfast on the go", or mid-afternoon "pick me up".

    Recipe #180347

    This is a wonderful cold drink made by the famous chef Jack McNair. It is non- alcoholic in the recipe but I am sure that something with pineapple or rum would taste great with it. If you can't find cream of coconut then just leave it out, it tastes great without it.

    Recipe #203226

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Fruity, thick and nutty! A great way to have a breakfast on the run. Blend it up and take it with you. Enjoy this drink full of calcium and protein! The raisins are the sweetener but if you like it sweeter you can add some sugar or honey. Freeze the apricots the night before if you have time.

    Recipe #116465

    This is one of my favorite recipes out of the cookbook that came with my Magic Bullet blender. Of course you can make this in a regular blender as well.

    Recipe #146538

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