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This recipe gets 5 big stars from me!  This was so tasty that I can't seem to get enough of it and now breakfast smoothies are my new
addiction!  I found this recipe on Pinterest from Sarah at A Rented Kitchen blog.

What I did Differently:

I used soy milk and I used 1 cup instead of 2/3 cups.  I also used a fresh banana because I didn't have any frozen.

Overall Thoughts:

I will definitely be making this again and using this as a basis for my smoothies!  Yum!!!!
This breakfast smoothie is perfect for when you don't have time to sit down and eat breakfast, it's a hot day, or maybe you're looking for something different!  This recipe is quick, easy, packed full of flavor, and loaded with essential nutrients, vitamins, and protein,  I've adapted this recipe from Sarah at A Rented Kitchen.  The original recipe of Sarah's is a great basis for any smoothie (view my review here)!  Here's my version:


1 banana (fresh or frozen)
1/2 cup frozen berry mix
1 cup soy milk (I used Silk plain DHA Omega-3)
1 tbs. Vanilla Spiru-tein High Protein Energy Meal Powder or any vanilla flavored protein powder (See below for details)

How TO:

Combine all ingredients in a smoothie maker or blender and blend until smooth.  Pour & Enjoy :)
This powder is meal replacement and can be found in health food stores.  It's packed with essential vitamins & nutrients.  I like to use this because when I drink a smoothie for breakfast this is all I eat for breakfast; so why skimp myself on necessary vitamins and nutrients when I can add them by using this powder?  I purchase my packets at Health Hut.  They do sell this in big tubs but I prefer to use the packets.  I get about 3 uses out of this package.  This smoothie keeps me full for long time!