Strawberries are succulent

Strawberries are succulent

Strawberries are succulent , sweet and nutritious. This is the understatement of the year as a nutritional analysis of strawberries revealed that these red fruits have higher levels of vitamin c, fiber, folate and potassium compared to bananas, apples and yes, even oranges! In fact, a study has shown that eating 8-10 strawberries a day can lower blood pressure by as much as 10% as well as lowering the risk of stroke by 25%. A strawberry Digestives study tested by the American Heart Association showed that eating eight strawberries a day could reduce cholesterol by 20% for dieters.  สล็อตเว็บตรง

Although these facts about strawberries are all well and good, I want to share something juicy about this abomination of a fruit. This is a fact, that upon sucking on a strawberry found on the ground, it would leave a slime-like residue behind. This was thought to be a good indication of the fruit’s freshness. However, when the strawberry is cooked in aowder or a stew-top fusion, the little polyphenols inside all of those lovely, juicy, pink, luscious fruit cells just burst free, leaving the perfect residue behind.

I don’t think strawberry fans will be disappointed in the after-effects of this wonderful, pulpy fruit. namely, a strawberry smoothies recipe that is easy to make and can be enjoyed by all age groups.

Banana Strawberry Smoothie

Ingredients

12-ounce peeled strawberries

½ cup vanilla yogurt

½ cup protein powder (optional)

½ cup half & half

½ cup crushed ice

½ oz. banana, peeled and sliced

½ oz. apricot jam

1 tbsp. honey

1 tbsp. peanut butter

1 tbsp. olive oil

Directions

Combine fresh strawberries and yogurt. Add protein and all other ingredients, and blend. Refrigerate.

Vanilla Strawberry Dessert Smoothie

Ingredients

1 ½ oz. organic vanilla yogurt

½ cup protein powder (optional)

½ cup vanilla almond milk

½ oz. Splenda

¼ tsp. almond extract

1 tbsp. sugar equivalent

1 tbsp. prepared maple syrup

1Double brewed coffee

1 tbsp. banana, fresh fruit, or frozen

1 tbsp. apricot jam

1 tbsp. honey

1 tbsp. peanut butter

1 tbsp. olive oil

Directions

Peel and slice bananas. Put fruit and yogurt in a blender. Put coffee, banana, and apricot jam in another blender. Blend until smooth. Or you can use a fancy blender and put everything in and blend for a few minutes until it’s creamy.

These four breakfast recipes are recipes from leftovers that I have tested and have tasted to be extremely delicious. I heartily recommend them to anyone who has never tasted a breakfast recipe before.

Another excellent resource for delicious breakfast recipes is found atkitchen.cardboardout.com, use their pancake mix recipes, pancake instructions, and other great breakfast recipes.

Finally, here’s a nice little tip for mixing two or more up to come up with unique and intriguing flavor combinations. When mixing two eggs in a bowl, you can put a dash of milk on top to lower the egg quality, or you can just use normal milk and don’t bother adding the milk. This way, you’re keeping it simple, and refreshingly easy. One great way to do this is to just add a scoop or two of ice cream to the batter.

Of course, these are only a few of the great choices for what many consider to be a truly unforgettable breakfast. I will also go more in depth in future articles, as well as provide additional tips and options to help you perfect the gastronomical part of breakfast in Your own Kitchen when the time for it arrives.

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