Tomato-Yogurt Breakfast Cocktail

"Refreshing and healthy. I go through fases with this breakfast. Spice it to your own liking and if you have your Mother in Law staying with you longer then 3 days you might consider adding vodka to it!!!!!!"
 
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Ready In:
3mins
Ingredients:
6
Serves:
1
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ingredients

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directions

  • Put everything except the lemon in your blender.
  • Blend on high for about 15 seconds or until smooth.
  • Pour into a tall glass and serve with the lemon.

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Reviews

  1. evelynathens
    Excellent. I made this with V8, greek yoghurt (the really thick, rich, creamy stuff), Worcestershire Sauce and Tabasco. I didn't have onion salt and added regular but I don't think it needed any salt at all (maybe it's the V8 - it probably has salt in it. I have to check next time I buy some.) This made just over 1 huge glass and I had it all for lunch. Delicious! Healthy!
     
  2. WithoutContext
    I used Clamato Juice because that's what I had on hand and Onion Powder since the Clamato had salt in it already. This makes a good change to just having yogurt with sliced tomatoes for a snack.
     
  3. Ang11002
    Oh wow...this was soooooo good. I used spicy hot V8 (spiced vegetable/tomato juice) in place of tomato juice and this is definitely a do-over recipe. Thanks Pets!
     
  4. CountryLady
    This was delicious & such a refreshing change from a fruit based breakfast drink! Even though I used Fat-Free yogurt, it was very thick. I used Allen's Vegetable Cocktail (which is similar to V8 but a little spicier) so I skipped the seasonings. The only lemon in my fridge had been used for zesting another dish; so I squeezed a little juice into the blender but decided a bald lemon would not be very attractive as a garnish - hence the slice of lime in the photo! Thanx for another keeper Annelies!
     
  5. jellie
    This tasted like it was missing something. I thought it might be hot sauce, but it still wasn't perfect....pretty good but not perfect, spice-wise. I love the idea though!
     
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