Smoothies and fruity breakfasts
8 Recipes Created by SIMCHA3
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Whether you're suffering from nausea, heartburn, or just in need of a cool and refreshing snack or breakfast idea, this is the perfect nutritious pick-me-up. Leftover shake can be frozen in pop molds or 5 ounce paper cups with popsicle sticks.
Start your day with this hearty, low-fat granola.
Sweet and creamy, peanut butter doesn't always have to be served with jelly.
Cookbook creator says: -: Gatorade
SUB: propel fitness water v Gatorade, frozen raspberry v cherry; 14 oz v 4 oz yogurt; blend of frozen and fresh fruit
+: Protein powder (whey/soy protein); tofu; no-cal fiber
Lots tastier than smoothies that use icecubes.
Cookbook creator says: Oatmeal=+trick
+:1/2-1 scoop soy/whey protein
SUB:ice vH2O, soy milk v milk, vanilla/plain yogurt (+nana w/plain)
USE:Fresh/frozen blueberries/strawberries/mango, Now nilla stevia 1-2 drop
ALT: 1C 2% milk 2T vanilla protein powder 6 fr strawberries 1/4C LF nilla yogurt;1T grape nut v oatmealSubmitted by ROKERSHNER
Cookbook creator says: +: gr flax seed, cocoa, wheat germ, pineapple tidbits, whey or soy protein powder, oatmeal or rice, carrots, nuts
SUB: H2O+ice v juice, apple juz or milk or v8 splash or pomegranate/acai v OJ, plain yogurt, peaches or cherries or frozen Berry Medley
Cookbook creator says: + to thicken: ice (or freezing milk ice cubes), banana
+: coconut, pineapple, other fruits
SUB: soy or coconut milk, peaches v mango, OJ (or cucumber or apple!) v lime, honey v sugar,
Similar: h frozen mango puree and vanilla Silk soymilk OR Mango, banana, tofu, and splash of OJ.
Cookbook creator says: cut up/freeze ripe banana-> thickness/texture