Healthy eating doesn't have to be marked by suffering through bowls full of kale-based misery. This deliciously healthy Blueberry Cobbler Smoothie is proof of that! With approximately 14g of protein per serving, it will help keep your blood sugar more stable and will also keep you full longer. Not to mention that it will provide loads of nutrients that your body needs for functioning well: Vitamin B12, Calcium, Magnesium, and much more...
Why drink a smoothie?
To be honest with you, I am not a big fan of smoothies. First, because I like to chew my food and enjoy a relaxing break while eating. Secondly, because smoothies don't keep me full and satisfied as long as solid foods do.
Yet, once in a while, I enjoy a delicious smoothie for snack with my girls, or I drink one right before or after a particularly demanding workout. When that happens, I want my smoothie to not only taste divine, but also give me a huge boost of energy, without added sugar or anything highly processed (yes, that means no protein powder in my smoothies...)
Smoothies are also a great option for many of my clients who are trying to establish healthier eating habits but:
- Find it hard to fit breakfast into their busy schedule;
- Are unable to bring a lunchbox to work;
- Need something easy to gobble up in the car on their way to the gym;
- Find it hard to work enough vegetables into their daily meals.
Whatever your reason is for drinking smoothies, I hope you will enjoy and share this Blueberry Cobbler Smoothie recipe. Bon appétit !
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- 1 1/2 cups Unsweetened Cashew Milk
- 1 cup Blueberries (fresh or frozen)
- 1/4 cup Oats (quick or rolled)
- 1 cup Cottage Cheese
- 2 TBSP Pitted Dates
- 1 1/2 TBSP Lemon Juice
- 1 tsp Cinnamon
- Place all ingredients in your blender and blend until smooth. Pour into a glass and enjoy!
- Leftovers: Refrigerate in a sealed mason jar up to 24 hours. Shake well before drinking.
- Pitted Dates: One serving is equal to approximately one to two dates.
- Make it Vegan: Use coconut yogurt instead of cottage cheese.
- More Fiber: Add ground flax seed.
- More Protein: Add hemp seeds or chia seeds.
- No cashew Milk: Use any milk of your choice.
- No Dates: Sweeten with maple syrup, honey, or, even better, a few chunks of banana instead of the dates.
- No Cottage Cheese: Use Greek yogurt instead.
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