Sixteen-year-old Colin enjoys creating this delightful combination of berries and fermented dairy for breakfast or lunch!
Probiotic Berry Smoothie
Enjoy this tasteful and easy snack, dessert or breakfast - with a delicious burst of sweet energy.
- 3/4 cup yogurt or kefir (homemade is optimal)
- 1/2 cup cream
- 1 1/2--2 1/2 cups of frozen fruit (depending on desired thickness)
- 1 banana (fresh or frozen)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- liquid or powdered stevia to taste
- Combine all ingredients in high-speed blender.
- Wait until ALL ingredients are combined thoroughly.
- Yes, it's that simple!
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Patrice Wear says
I listened to your brilliant conversation today on Chris Fabry Live and am so interested in how you have changed your diet over to a healthier one. Do you have a recipe book in the works? Your views are always spot on! Thank you for helping us through the sharing of your life with your faithful listeners!
Andrea Fabry says
Hi Patrice! Thanks so much for the encouragement!! My son has a book with some of our recipes called Real Food Recipes for Millenials – it’s on Amazon…the rest of them are on this site. I also have a post about switching to the GAPS diet that talks more about the change..http://it-takes-time.com/2014/02/09/the-gaps-diet/