Frozen Fruit Breakfast Shake Recipe

A breakfast shake made from yogurt and fresh or frozen fruit is a healthy way to start the day.
By Anne Vassal
December 1993/January 1994
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In addition to stating the day right, having a nutritious frozen fruit breakfast shake before a party can also help you resist the temptation posed by fattening snacks.

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Start New Year's Day with this easy to make frozen fruit breakfast shake. I usually add a tablespoon of low-fat protein powder to mine because I like to exercise in the morning. You could also add some brewer's yeast or wheat germ for a quick energy boost.

1 cup nonfat yogurt
1 cup frozen fruit, such as strawberries, peaches, raspberries
1/2 cup fruit juice: apple cider, papaya, mango, pineapple
1 tablespoon protein powder (optional)

Let frozen fruit thaw for about 10 minutes. Break up fruit and put in blender. Add rest of ingredients and blend until smooth.

Try some of my other Healthy New Year Recipes

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