As usual, Zazu helped me take my blog pictures this morning:) This one was after the photoshoot for my homemade almondmilk, which made the smoothie coming up taste even better!
The other day, I asked my sister what kind of smoothie she wanted for breakfast (I make her yummy smoothies as pay for helping me with my math homework haha). Out of all my smoothies, her faves are PB, Strawberry Shortcake, and Sweet Potato Pie. When she said she didn’t care, I decided to do some smoothie experimenting and combined the PB from this smoothie, and the fruity flavors of that smoothie…
And paired it with the cinnamon from this one!
A thick and velvety glass that’s as decadent as it is healthy. It definitely got approved by
both all 3 of us (Zazu likes to think his opinion counts, even if he thinks cardboard and laundry taste amazing haha).
1 frozen banana
1/2 cup frozen tropical fruit (I used a mangoes and pineapple and threw in a few strawberries)
1 cup almondmilk
1 handful spinach (optional)
1 T. PB
1 generous cinnamon shake
1/4 c. Greek Yogurt for protein (optional)
dinner breakfast is served:)