What are healthy smoothies for breakfast and what should I eat with my smoothie?

This might sound weird but i was wondering if a strawberry-mango(mabey even bannana) smoothie served with some pasta in milk would be healthy. I figured pasta defintly gives you energy and its an old family recipe to put it in milk which also provides calcium. Im just trying to eat more fruit and vegetables.

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5 Responses to “What are healthy smoothies for breakfast and what should I eat with my smoothie?”

  1. fat a$$ said:

    make a vegetable smoothie with vegetable salad

  2. blueypurple said:

    omgsh i make these like every day!!!

    okay so in a blender put in:

    strawberries
    mongo/banana(or any other fruit)
    yogurt(any kind you want)
    vinella(the liquid version)
    you can also add milk

    i think this is really good!!!!

    and sorry but i dont know much about pasta other than spagetti

  3. princess said:

    Well if you want to have more vegetables and fruits then why not make a smoothie using that you can use all kinds of fruits and vegetables also use as much low-fat or skim milk you want. But i do not suggest eating pasta because although fruits have carbohydrates on them they are good crabs but pasts contains bad carbohydrates which means if you are trying to loose weight you’ll have to try harder than before!

  4. ronnie b said:

    You think that’s a weird one, After my workouts I used to have a coke in the blender with two cans of tuna fish, scoop of creatine and some glutamine. Sometimes I would spoon in some ice cream, so don’t feel like your concept is weird. Now on to the yummy tasting smoothies…. I got a ton. Let me know how you like. =)

    Pineapple Now & Later (makes 24oz)

    1 scoop ice
    1 scoop burn protein
    8 pineapple chunks
    1 scoop frozen yogurt
    2 scoops pineapple sherbet
    8 oz Pineapple juice (or similar)

    (Pineapples are great for digestion!)

    Evangelical Delight (makes 24oz)

    1 scoop ice
    1 scoop build protein
    1 scoop pineapple sherbet
    2 scoops frozen yogurt
    1 scoop blueberries
    3 peaches
    4 pineapple chunks
    8 oz Raspberry juice (or similar)

    BLACK FOREST

    8 oz Raspberry Juice
    1 scoop Protein Powder (Vanilla or Chocolate)
    1 scoop Frozen Yogurt (Vanilla or Chocolate)
    1 Tablespoon Semi-Sweet Baking Cocoa
    ½ cup Chopped Cherries (Raspberry or Strawberry as substitute)
    Ice

    BELGIAN WAFFLES

    8 oz Milk or Vanilla Soy Milk
    1 scoop Protein Powder (Vanilla)
    1 sheet Graham Cracker
    1 scoop Frozen Yogurt (Vanilla)
    Sugar Free Maple Syrup (vary amount for flavor)
    Ice

    STRAWBERRY CHEESECAKE

    8 oz Milk or Vanilla Soy Milk
    1 scoop Protein Powder (Vanilla or Strawberry)
    1 cup Strawberries
    1 scoop Frozen Yogurt (Vanilla or Strawberry)
    1 sheet Graham Cracker
    1 scoop Cottage Cheese
    Ice

    PUMPKIN PIE

    8 oz Milk or Vanilla Soy Milk
    1 scoop Protein Powder (Vanilla)
    1 scoop Frozen Yogurt (Vanilla)
    ¼ cup Pumpkin Pie Mix
    1 sheet Graham Cracker
    Cinnamon and Nutmeg to taste (if Pumpkin Pie Mix is not spiced)
    Ice

    It’s best if you can use flaked ice.

  5. Elizabeth said:

    Here is a link to a smoothie receipe:

    http://www.yummydietfood.com/2008/06/banana-smoothies-are-delicious.html

    There are lots of other food ideas on the site for what to eat with it depending on what you are craving.




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