Raspberry & Coconut Breakfast Smoothie

Breakfast is quite literally, breaking the fast.

When we wake in the morning, our blood sugars are low and in order to have the energy, focus and all else that we require for the day ahead, a nutritious breakfast is crucial.

For anyone struggling with over-eating or making less-than-ideal food choices, breakfast is your best friend so please don’t avoid it.

Or worse still, be tricked into thinking that skipping breakfast means a healthy weight.

Skipping breakfast looks like this...

Fogginess, dulling of the senses and often very distracting hunger.

With your body in such a state, work, kids, phone calls or missed buses can become all too much to handle. No wonder!

Then in order to sustain itself, your body sends signals to your brain - locate food immediately.

Except that it’s food with super fast converting energy that you’ve essentially forced your body to require and consume at all costs. Most often this looks like demolishing a refined sugar and over processed muffin by 10am or chocolate and coffee by the truckload.

Breakfast Smoothie | Nadia Felsch
Breakfast Smoothie | Nadia Felsch

It doesn’t need to be this way.

Instead how about feeling clear and energised upon waking each day? Excited about enjoying a delicious breakfast and seizing the day ahead.

Breakfast is the difference here.

Living in our modern world however, time is of the essence so let’s make breakfast as simple as possible.

As is my mantra with all food - simple, delicious + nutritious.

This breakfast smoothie is ready in moments and provides you with the fuel that you need to start your day off right.

And it, alongside 39 other simple, delicious + nutritious recipes can be found within my mini eBook bundle of the same name.

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Raspberry & Coconut Breakfast Smoothie
 
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yield: 1
Ingredients
  • 1⁄4 cup raw cashews (ideally soaked overnight and drained)
  • 1 cup unsweetened almond milk (or other milk of your preference)
  • ½ cup Cocobella coconut water
  • ½ cup frozen raspberries
  • 1 frozen banana
  • ½ teaspoon cinnamon
Instructions
  1. Add all ingredients to a blender
  2. Blend until smooth and well combined
  3. Serve and enjoy immediately
Notes
You could also substitute the nuts for a quality protein powder.

Now you're set. Quality protein and fat from the nuts to keep you satisfied for longer, carbohydrates in the fruit for energy and cinnamon as a natural antioxidant. Plus it tastes delish!

A wonderful breakfast, out the door with time to spare and starting your day with a sparkle.


**This is a sponsored post in colloboration with Cocobella Coconut Water. Opinions and experiences are my own and remember I don't work with anyone that I don't believe in, for me and you.

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