This fruit-packed smoothie is a little sweet, a little tart and a whole lot of healthy. Frozen fruit and low fat Greek yogurt make it extra thick and creamy — a treat! Make it for breakfast and you’ll feel satisfied until lunchtime.
Five simple ingredients is all you’ll need. As you can see, I buy bagged frozen berries. These are a great freezer staple because they keep for months on end, and are cheaper and more convenient than fresh berries. You can’t buy frozen bananas, so it’s a good idea to keep a stash of peeled ripe bananas in the freezer so you can make a smoothie whenever the mood strikes you.
Simply combine all of the ingredients in a blender and purée until smooth. Depending on the type of blender you have and how powerful it is, you may need to stop and stir every once in a while to help it along.
That’s all there is to it. Pour into glasses and enjoy!
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Berry, Banana & Pomegranate Smoothie
- 1 frozen ripe banana, peeled and cut into 1-inch pieces
- 1 cup frozen berries
- 1/2 cup low fat plain Greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup pomegranate juice, plus more if necessary
- 4 teaspoons honey
- Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and purée until smooth. Depending on the type of blender you have, you may need to stop and stir occasionally to help it along. If the mixture is too thick, add 2 tablespoons more pomegranate juice and blend again. Pour into glasses and serve cold.
- Per serving (2 servings)
- Calories: 210
- Fat: 2g
- Saturated fat: 1g
- Carbohydrates: 48g
- Sugar: 39g
- Fiber: 3g
- Protein: 5g
- Sodium: 50mg
- Cholesterol: 4mg
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