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Breakfast Blueberry Smoothie

I love smoothies!! I don't even know if there is anyone who doesn't :) We can do sooo many variations, make it indulgent or rather healthy or just stick to the king of smoothies: banana smoothie :P
I went on a cleansing in February and since I didn't have a juicer I drank healthy smoothies instead of carrot and other vegetables juices. I can tell, I wouldn't have lasted the cleanse if I was drinking those amazing carrot-apple-celery juices hahahahaa
But with delicious smoothies of all kinds....Bring it on!!! My favorite was pineapple-banana-orange. Soooo good!! I simply cut the fruits into smaller pieces and added to the blender with some water. Great for breakfast if someone usually doesn't eat or like breakfast because it doesn't make me full just drinking itself. But this blueberry smoothie really does!
Since I added plain yogurt (I used Activia) and some milk to the blueberries and blended it together. Ice goes really well with it, too! Oh and for sweetening I used some cane sugar syrup, around 1 or 1 and a half teaspoon to a 4 dl smoothie but honey or agave syrup is great, too! It just depends on how one likes it. I like my smoothies to be a little sweet but mostly sweet from the natural sweetness of the fruits.

I can never have enough blueberries! They are so rich in antioxidants and vitamins...And so less in calories! Perfect for smoothies and pancakes and outmeal and waffles or just fruit salad...Ah I can never get enough. Too bad Hungary doesn't really have any, if so it's so expensive! So i just eat the frozen version...

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