Berry & Apple Smoothie with Kefir - Goodness Me!

Berry & Apple Smoothie with Kefir

by Katie Mitton March 22, 2016 4 Comments

Berry & Apple Smoothie with Kefir

A good breakfast sets the tone for the rest of your day. This delicious smoothie has all the important aspects of a healthy meal: protein, fat, and fibre. Blend it up when you're heading out the door or for a refreshing breakfast in the morning.
3 cups fresh or frozen berries (strawberries, blueberries, raspberries)
2 apples, chopped
2 scoops vanilla protein powder
1 cup full fat yogurt or kefir
1 cup water  

Process in blender until smooth. Serves 2.

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4 Responses

tracey
tracey

March 01, 2016

I was wondering if i could get the nutritional facts on this please..i am on a calorie reduced diet

vera ellis
vera ellis

March 01, 2016

could this be healthy enough to have as a supper/dinner and also sub. milk for the water….sometimes we just want the egg and bacon sort of breakfast.
Thanks

Katie Mitton
Katie Mitton

March 01, 2016

Hi Vera, absolutely this would be healthy enough for a dinner! You could substitute milk for the water, though this will add more protein and fat (depending on the milk you choose—almond, coconut, soy, etc.). Sometimes breakfast for dinner is the best meal! :)

Katie Mitton
Katie Mitton

March 01, 2016

Hi Tracy, what in particular are you looking for? Unfortunately we don’t have the outright nutritional information for this smoothie—but looking at the recipe, there would be about 40g of protein in the protein powder (depending on which one you use)—and the fat content will depend on your choice as well. 1 cup of full fat yogurt would have approximately 8g protein, 9g fat (healthy fats, though!), and 9g carbs. The fruit will add the fibre. The calorie count would likely be around 300-400, again depending on the ingredients you choose. I hope this helps you!

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