I make a similar smoothie but use whatever fruit I have on hand, and always a banana. I never add sweetener but sometimes use milk if I have no yogurt. I think the whey protein is a great idea.
With a stash of berries in your freezer, you can jump-start your day with this nutritious, tasty smoothie in just minutes. It provides vitamin C, fiber, potassium and soy protein.
66 Reviews for Wake-Up Smoothie
Splenda is a NASTY chemical that should not be included in ANY diet. I am disappointed that Eating Well is publishing recipes that call for it. There are so many other better options out there. Enjoy the sweetness of your berries and juice...without adding more.
I love this smoothie! I did not add any sugar or sweetner and I thought it was plenty sweet. To make sure I didn't go over on the serving size I poured my smoothie equally into 3 seperate glasses and covered 2 for tomorrow and the next day. I hope they taste just as good!
This is a 2 serving smoothie. I make versions of this for breakfast rotating between blueberries and strawberries, orange juice and plain low fat soymilk and yoghurt and tofu. I prefer yoghurt and soy milk over orange juice and tofu. I top it off with a tablespoon of sliced almonds
Nice, but I don't see the point of adding sugar/sweetener.
I make my own smoothie for breakfast, with 1 ripe banana, 1 bifidus yogurt, 2 tbs oatmeal, a splash of 2% milk and some cinnamon.