Start your morning with a nutritious and simple SunButter Banana Date Smoothie, made with bananas, dates, and sunflower seed butter.
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Do you prefer to eat or drink your breakfast?
In the summer, I usually blend a green smoothie for breakfast.
But now that's it's fall, I like to change it up. Since I'm short on time in the morning getting my kid ready for school, I like to make smoothies. Really, you can't go wrong with smoothies for breakfast.
They're quick to make as long as you've got everything on hand.
My go-to is this super creamy, slightly sweet and filling SunButter Banana Date Smoothie that even my eldest quite enjoys. I don't have to struggle with him on making sure he eats his breakfast -- which HAS been harrowing at times.
What you'll need are:
- Creamy SunButter
- rolled oats
Throw everything into the blender and you've got a delicious cold smoothie that will get you ready for the day ahead.
I like using frozen bananas for the smoothies, but you can always use fresh if you've got that on hand. Frozen bananas give a much creamier texture and is a good way to store bananas that are getting too ripe too fast. I've always got frozen bananas because I never know when my kids want an icy sweet treat.
Let me know if you try out this super simple and delicious SunButter Banana Date Smoothie recipe. Tag me on Instagram @siftandsimmer or leave me a comment below.
SunButter Banana Date Smoothie
For accuracy and precision in baking recipes, use weight (metric) measurements when available.
- 1 C milk or dairy-free milk
- ¼ C Creamy SunButter
- 2 dates pitted
- 1 frozen banana
- ¼ C quick-cooking rolled oats
- ½ C ice
- cinnamon optional
- Add the milk, SunButter, dates, banana, oats and ice into a high-powered blender. Pulse a few times. Blend on high speed until creamy and smooth.
- Sprinkle with cinnamon on top (if desired). Serve immediately.
The nutritional information provided should be considered as approximate and is not guaranteed. Please use your best judgment to ensure food is safely prepared and/or a good fit for your diet.
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