Mint smoothie with Greek yogurt is packed with protein, so you are certain to be satisfied for hours if you drink peppermint smoothie for breakfast!
I actually have a couple of more cookie recipes to share with you, but I thought I would take a momentary baking break and share this healthy Peppermint Smoothie with you.
I’m a big smoothie fan. I drink them several times a week, and if you are a friend on The Foodie Affair’s Facebook page, you have seen many of my concoctions there. I follow a basic recipe, which you can find here, but that’s just a guideline. The variations are endless! Sometimes I keep the ingredients dairy-free and full of fruit, but for the stick to my ribs full meal satisfacition, I add a protein like yogurt or protein powder.
I should share more of my smoothie mixology recipes on my blog, but whipping up a beverage happens when I’m ten minutes behind schedule, and running out the door for work, so there is no time for pretty pictures!
Except for today! See I took an extra vacation day to unpack my suitcase from my Hawaii trip, go grocery shopping, bake, and leisurely enjoy a smoothie!
This smoothie is low fat, under 150 calories, and packed with 17 grams of protein! AND no one has to know that it’s healthy 🙂
Take a few minutes to add the sanding crystals. It made me feel like I was drinking a high priced milkshake from some fancy-smachy restaurant. Quite decadent and special for sure, and guilt free!
Mint Smoothie with Greek Yogurt
- 1 container 6 oz Fage 0% fat Greek yogurt, plain
- 1 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 5-6 mint leaves torn into pieces
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla
- 1-2 drops mint extract optional
- sweetener of your choice optional
- Sanding sugar optional
- Put a thin layer of honey on the rim of the glass and dip into sanding sugar. Set glass aside.
- In a blender, add yogurt and almond milk, and mix together. Add mint, vanilla, optional extract and sweetener. Blend it up! Enjoy.
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