Pear, Banana, Oat and Honey Breakfast Smoothie
photo by White Rose Child
- Ready In:
- Place all the ingredients in a smoothie maker or food processor and blend till smooth.
- Serve chilled in a tall glass.
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Excellent, Mandy! I can now combine my muesli and my smoothie!! I made this twice- at first I wasn't so sure; it wasn't thick enough for me, and the oatiness was unusual, but it did taste good so I tried again, using less juice (a combo of apple & orange)and omitting ice cubes, subbing agave nectar for honey. Also, I had time to let it sit in the freezer for ten minutes or so, where it got cool and the oats thickened it. I will definetly enjoy this many times!
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