Breakfast Frozen Banana Smoothie
Breakfasts, when you live with endometriosis, can be tricky. A lot of us suffer from frequent nausea, so having an appetite early in the morning can be a challenge. In my case, anything with added sugar or gluten causes me the worst case of endo belly, so breakfast cereals are a no-go.
One day, I began making frozen smoothies, and especially in the summer, they are wonderfully tasty and kind to my stomach. This is a super simple recipe, one that doesn't even require one of those fancy bullet-blenders. All you have to do is use whatever mixer or blender you have around, and just ensure you blitz the mixture for a really long time. You end up with a super nutritious and refreshing drink that feels like a treat.
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 0 minutes
Makes: 1 serving
Ingredients for frozen banana smoothie
- 1 frozen banana, cut in big chunks
- 1 tsp of peanut butter
- 250ml of coconut milk
- A handful of kale or spinach
- A pinch of cinnamon or cocoa
Directions for frozen banana smoothie
- Add all of the ingredients to your blender. If you have a small one, blitz the banana, leafy vegetables and peanut butter first, then add the milk, a little at a time.
- Blend, blend, continue to blend, then blend some more.
- Pour your mix into your favorite glass.
- Sprinkle some cinnamon, and if you’re feeling fancy add some organic cocoa too. Enjoy!
- calories: 760
- fat: 64.7g
- protein: 13g
- sodium: 164mg
- sugar: 24g
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