Nourishing Kefir Smoothie
Updated: Jan 23
This rich, nutritious packed smoothie is made with blackberries, banana and fresh kefir milk. Kefir milk is loaded with nutrition, from boosting the immune system, aids in digestion, to supporting bone health, it is also rich in gut loving probiotics, high in protein, calcium and potassium.
Black berries and bananas are both high in potassium, manganese, B6, C, calcium, zinc and antioxidants. Mix these delicious, rich ingredients together and you've got a natural, health boosting drink in your hands.
Summer is the best time to get fresh blackberries. You can also use frozen blackberries, or any berry of your choice. This smoothie is refreshing and replenishing and you can't go wrong with that!
Handful of fresh or frozen blackberries, (about five)
Half of a ripe banana, (save the other half for the next smoothie)
Handful of ice
One and a half cups of fresh kefir milk
1) Put handful of ice in the blender
2) Add the blackberries and banana
3) Add the kefir milk
4) Blend well and enjoy!
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