5 Reviews

Refreshing smoothie! I used crushed flax seeds in place of the oil and I also added about 2 teaspoons lemon zest. I think this was the first time using buttermilk in a smoothie and I like that extra "bite" especially in the morning! Prepared for Beverage Tag game.

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COOKGIRl May 20, 2015

What a great breakfast treat! I have been to get some more flax into our diets and this fit the bill. I used fresh berries that I froze. Thanks for sharing.

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Scoutie August 21, 2010

I normally make boring smoothies with the usually ingredients and whatever fruits I have that I need to use up, but this recipe was different and I wasn't sure if I was going to like it, but I did! It's just the right amount of ingredients to where its not as sweet as usual, which is what I like. Great recipe!

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Pali's Favorites August 13, 2010

I cut the reipe back to1 serving of this shake and used regular milk instead of buttermilk and ground flax seeds instead of the flax seed oil. A nice and filling breakfast smoothie. Made for Sweet Traditions

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Deantini December 09, 2009

I made 1/2 of the recipe for one serving and shared some with DS. I had to sub vanilla extract for the vanilla protein powder as I didn't have any of it. This was different from the normal smoothies I have tried, with the addition of the lemon juice, as this isn't as sweet, which I enjoyed. My 17 yo DS added some sugar the his as isn't wasn't sweet enough for him. Thanks for sharing your recipe. Made for Sweet Traditions Tag.

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diner524 November 15, 2009
Strawberry Pineapple Breakfast Protein Shake