Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
Here is another smoothie I whipped up with ingredients we had around the house. This smoothie would make an excellent breakfast with an omelette cooked with leftover turkey and some vegetables in it! It's a spectacular way to enjoy some leftover ingredients in the house from Thanksgiving!
- Peel and segment navel orange into slices.
- Place all ingredients in a blender, starting with the milk, banana, and yogurt (for consistency purposes).
- Puree on high 1 minute, or until all ingredients are blended well. Pour into two tall glasses and enjoy! If you have only 6 ounce containers of yogurt, add ice cubes to thicken the smoothie if desired.
Very tasty, both toddler DD & i loved this one, a keeper, thanks!
This one is really excellent. We are all sick yet I can feel the vitamin C coarsing through my veins! LOL Seriously, this is a different and tasty smoothie and a great way to use the extra bag of frozen cranberries in the freezer. I used stonyfield farm fat free french vanilla yogurt and added a half cup skim milk (after I asked the chef how much milk too add). My orange was not very sweet so I needed a pretty big shake of splenda, but I really enjoyed this one. Different than traditional smoothies due to the cranberries. Oh, and I used a frozen banana to add a little more creaminess. Thanks Phil.