5 Healthy Morning Smoothies You Need For Breakfast

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We often sleep binge-watching favourite series and later complain of not getting up early thus making ourselves skip our breakfasts. A good source of protein is what we need every morning to keep us full and satisfied. Cooking food might seem time-consuming and also mess up with our agenda of consuming less oily food irrespective of cooking it home. 

We have listed down some easy and quick fix for our morning protein intake and the main form of indulging ourselves in our breakfast goes to none other than SMOOTHIES! 

Blueberry and Spinach Smoothie

Blueberries being high in antioxidants and a good source of fibre serves to be great fruit. Low in calories, high in fibre and also contains vitamin C, seems like we hit jackpot. Adding greens like spinach is just a cherry on the cake. You can’t resist this for sure. 

Almond Breakfast Smoothie

Like your milk almondy? Then here you go! If you are an almond milk drinker then add some butter or protein powder to your smoothie and you are good to go. I oblige to add protein powder just to make sure that you don’t refrain from getting the right amounts of protein. 

Strawberry Banana Oats  Smoothie

Don’t intake juices as they have lots of preservatives in them. Rather use fresh fruits like berries, strawberries, mangoes etc to decrease your sugar intake and increase your fibre content. You can keep bananas mandatory as they are considered to be an easy fit in any smoothie and also serve to be a good source of potassium. 

Peanut Butter and Jelly Protein Smoothie

Did we hear Peanut butter and jelly? What even is this combination. I am scaring you off with weird combination, trust me. Slurp this morning smoothie by adding a scoop of protein powder and keep your hunger satisfied until lunchtime. 

Happy Digestion Smoothie

Add avocados in your diet and see results as they contain omega-3 fatty acids and a lot more nutrients. Ought to be everyone’s favourite fruit, Avocados add a smooth and creamy layer also it has healthy fats in it. They act as an alternative option for people who are allergic to nuts and seeds.