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Raspberry Banana Chia Smoothie

Raspberry Banana Chia Smoothie
The day after we obtained again to Raleigh final week, I awoke with tonsils so swollen, I may barely swallow water, a continuous hacking cough and I seemed like Huge Ang once I tried to speak. (Sure, I understand that precisely two of you get the Huge Ang reference, however I’m okay with that.) I instantly picked up my iPhone and Googled to search out out the signs of SARS and I used to be relieved to search out out that I didn’t appear to have SARS. However then I spotted that might solely imply one factor:

I should have consumption.

Raspberry on Spoon
So since I’ve consumption and all, this weekend appeared like alternative to revisit this Raspberry Banana Chia Smoothie recipe. I began engaged on it a couple of month and a half in the past. You’d assume a smoothie recipe could be fairly straight-forward, however for some purpose it took me lots of tries to get this one proper. Seeing as my tonsils are concerning the measurement of golf balls proper now, I wished it to be a bit bit thinner than I normally make my smoothies, so I made a decision so as to add fewer raspberries this time round. I believe that was the important thing to lastly (FINALLY!) nailing this recipe—fewer raspberries meant the smoothie wasn’t so tart. In truth, I didn’t even add any sweetener to mine, though you could need to style yours and add a bit if wanted.


Raspberry Banana Chia Smoothie

Raspberry Banana Chia Smoothie Recipe

This Raspberry Banana Chia Smoothie makes a terrific breakfast on-the-go or afternoon snack.

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Complete Time: 5 minutes
Yield: 1 smoothie


1 cup vanilla or chocolate flavored non-dairy milk
1 tbsp chia seeds
1/four cup frozen raspberries
1 frozen banana half
sweetener of option to style, if desired


Mix milk and chia seeds in blender. Let sit 5 minutes.
Add raspberries and banana half; mix till easy.
Style and add sweetener if desired.


I wished to make this smoothie on the skinny facet, however in order for you yours thicker, attempt utilizing three/four cup milk as a substitute.

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