Recipe by TALIA #3
I got this recipe from Sarah Owen's book "The Top 100 juices", published by Lifetime Distributers, Castle Hill, Australia. Sarah Owen says "The super-nutrient vitamin C is needed for more than 300 diferent processes in the body, but it is easily wiped out by smoking, pollution and stress. Found in abundance in berries, vitamin C and other antioxidants help to quash the damaging free radicals that are associated with many illnesses." The original recipe calls for natural bio yoghurt to be used, but any yoghurt will do. This makes a large amount of smoothie, and if you're making it just for yourself, I'ld recommend halving it. I hope you enjoy this healthy - but still tasty - smoothie :)
Top Review by SoCalCookerGal
OH YUM! DD and I had this for breakfast this morning before she went off to school.(NO COCO PUFFS FOR HER THIS MORNING LOL) I had some frozen berries in my freezer so that is what I used and I threw in 1/2 of a banana. SO rich and creamy! I will be adding this recipe to my quick and healthy breakfast menu. Thanks for sharing. Made to thank you for your nice review and just because it looked good! Made for Veg n Swap Fall 2009
Directions See How It's Made
- Mix the berries and yoghurt with a blender until smooth.
- Drink immediately.
- Serving suggestion: Freeze once made, and leave overnight. In the morning, place in a food processor until smooth. Add sugar or lemonade if desired. This makes a sorbet-like dessert.