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Refreshing raspberry orange smoothie

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Nutrition know-how

Total serving kcal per serve Fat per serve
2 301 14.1g
If you substitute the dairy content for a non-dairy substitute, the calorie and fat count will change

Ingredients

34
cup frozen raspberries
1
frozen banana
12
cup orange juice
12
cup plain Greek yoghurt
34
cup full-cream milk
3
tablespoons rolled oats
1
tablespoon honey
Full-cream milk (optional, for thinning smoothie. You can also replace with a non-dairy substitute)

Directions

  1. Allow the raspberries to thaw for a few minutes.

  2. Place the orange juice, Greek yoghurt, full-cream milk and oatmeal in a blender (or in a bowl for a hand blender).

  3. Add the raspberries and blend until creamy. Finish with 1 tablespoon honey, if desired. If smoothie is too thick, you can add milk or water.


LEVEL UP: If you like tropical flavours, try this recipe with coconut milk and a few mint leaves!

CALORIE CUT: Use skim milk and low-fat plain greek yoghurt

CALORIE BOOST: Add 1 tablespoon ground LSA

LSA is a mix of ground linseeds, sunflower kernels and almonds readily available in most supermarkets.

 


These recipes should be used in consultation with the advice from your healthcare provider or nutritionist to help fulfill your daily nutritional needs. They are not designed to replace their advice.

Raspberry orange smoothie hero.png

Refreshing raspberry orange smoothie

Ingredients

34
cup frozen raspberries
1
frozen banana
12
cup orange juice
12
cup plain Greek yoghurt
34
cup full-cream milk
3
tablespoons rolled oats
1
tablespoon honey
Full-cream milk (optional, for thinning smoothie. You can also replace with a non-dairy substitute)

Directions

  1. Allow the raspberries to thaw for a few minutes.

  2. Place the orange juice, Greek yoghurt, full-cream milk and oatmeal in a blender (or in a bowl for a hand blender).

  3. Add the raspberries and blend until creamy. Finish with 1 tablespoon honey, if desired. If smoothie is too thick, you can add milk or water.


LEVEL UP: If you like tropical flavours, try this recipe with coconut milk and a few mint leaves!

CALORIE CUT: Use skim milk and low-fat plain greek yoghurt

CALORIE BOOST: Add 1 tablespoon ground LSA

LSA is a mix of ground linseeds, sunflower kernels and almonds readily available in most supermarkets.

 


These recipes should be used in consultation with the advice from your healthcare provider or nutritionist to help fulfill your daily nutritional needs. They are not designed to replace their advice.

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