Discussion
  • Ever since leaving Hilton Head in December I have had one of these smoothies for breakfast 5-6 days per week! I love it, with one small variation. I use frozen berries (from Trader Joes) and omit the ice. It is a perfect start to my day. Mine calculates out to closer to 350 calories, but it is one of my larger meals of the day and always after a workout. I love it! Thanks for coming up with it and sharing.

    Erik

    From Erik K.
    April 10, 2010

  • Thanks for the tip – not adding ice will definitely give it more flavor! I was fortunately the taste tester for this demo – and I must say it was one of the best smoothies I have tasted!

    From Cheney
    April 14, 2010

H3 Recipe and Demo Video: Super 6 Smoothie

Two Demos in one week!  Watch as Elvira whips up the H3 Super Six Smoothie.

 

 

H3 Super Six Smoothie

Make a delicious dent in your daily nutrient needs with this quick, high fiber, liquid power breakfast, combining six ‘super foods’ for super health.  Enjoy a smoothie this weekend for breakfast or split the recipe for the perfect afternoon Metabo!

Super Foods: Nuts, Flax, Berries (black and blue are the best), seaweed, mango and yogurt.

 

Ingredients:

1 Tablespoon raw almond slices

1 Tablespoon ground Flax

¼ cup organic berries (blue, black, raspberries)

½ cup mango nectar

¼ cup low fat plain yogurt

1 Tablespoon fat free protein powder with Spirulina

½ cup ice

 

Method:

Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and process on high for 2 minutes.  Drink and serve immediately.

 

Yield: about 10 ounces

Calories: 218

Fats: 5.5

 

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