- July 17, 2012
- Posted by: Dr. Elise Cohen Ho
- Category: All Recipes
This Berry Berry Breakfast Smoothie was submitted by Thomas S. Fabbri, health-and-wellness expert, entrepreneur, pilot and life wrangler.
Tom’s goal with his teachings and his Berry Berry Breakfast Smoothie is to help you to become an Ageless You.
Whether training to become a helicopter/jet pilot, climbing the world’s Seven Summits, or diving with great white sharks, Tom has learned to harness fear to achieve his dreams.
He now uses his unique insight to inspire and motivate others through his books, blogs, and personal coaching/training. The author and international speaker is constantly challenging himself and his body, while acquiring valuable life lessons of inner strength, passion, and motivation. One of his favorite things to do, aside from massive adventure, is to kick off his day with the Berry Breakfast Smoothie.
For a dairy free option simply substitute almond milk for the Kefir, or to keep consistent with the texture choose plain coconut yogurt. If you do not like egg then do not use egg. Your protein profile will change but you will still thoroughly enjoy all of the wonderful antioxidants in this beverage.
Berry Berry Breakfast Smoothie Ingredients:1 banana 1-cup kefir or plain nonfat yogurt ½ cup each fresh or frozen blueberries, raspberries, and strawberries 1-farm fresh egg* 1 tbsp. ground flaxseed 1/2 to 1 Tsp raw honey 1 cup crushed ice 1-cup ice water
Berry Berry Breakfast Smoothie Directions:1. In a blender or food processor combine ingredients until mixture is smooth, approximately 30 to 45 seconds. 2. Pour smoothie into 2 tall glasses and serve at once. 3. Enjoy this great source of antioxidants and live cultures.
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*The USDA considers it safe to use raw pasteurized eggs.
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