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Nutty Delight: The Perfect Morning Breakfast Smoothie

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Cooking time

Prep: 5 minutes Cook:

Skill level

Easy

Servings

Serves 1

This smooth, nutty smoothie is the perfect breakfast recipe. It is especially useful for breakfast on-the-go and the nutty texture and golden syrup make for a sinfully tasty yet wholesome, healthy breakfast.

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Ingredients

  • For the smoothie:
  • Banana-1 no.
  • Walnuts-4 no.s
  • Almonds-4 no.s
  • Rasins-4 no.s
  • Milk-100 ml
  • Vanilla Ice Cream-1 scoop
  • Ground flax seeds- 1 tsp
  • Golden Syrup-1 tsp

Method

  1. Take the chopped banana, nuts, ground flax seeds (or flax seed powder),milk and ice cream in a blitzer. Blitz the mixture for 15-20 seconds.

  2. Rememeber: Blitz it according to the texture you'd like your smoothie to have. (I personally like my smoothie with small chunks of banana and nuts, so i blitz it for 15 seconds only).

  3. Pour the smoothie into a nice tall glass or a take-away cup for breakfast on-the-go.

  4. Dont forget to garnish your smoothie with a drizzle of some luscious golden syrup.

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