Friday night smoothie delight: chocolate, blueberry & banana!

Here’s a delicious smoothie recipe that is one of my favourites and that I whipped up on this quiet Friday night at home! I’ve had a big week, so there’s nothing better than relaxing at home, schmoozing around and making plans for the weekend (Farmers market! Body Balance! Yes!) while indulging in some decadent tasting but fairly healthy snacks!


Ingredients:

1 x banana (preferably frozen if you prefer a thicker ice-cream like consistency, yummo)
1 x cup of frozen blueberries (they also make your skin glow, bonus)
1 x teaspoon of wheatgerm (I keep this in the freezer to maintain it’s freshness)
1.5 x cups of chocolate Vitasoy

Method:

Pop em all in the blender, blend on high for a minute and do the crocodile rock around the kitchen because your DELICIOUS AWESOME SNACK IS READY!

CROCODILE-ROCK-NOW, WHEN YOUR FEET JUST CAN’T KEEP STILL!

Aside from that, Tonight is going to involve lots of organising in the Wellness WA office & replying to e-mails. Very productive.

My gorgeous writer Kelly-Anne had a fantabulous beauty mega-spree this evening so expect to hear all about THAT in the very near future – this is me being jealous, right here.

Be well,

xoxo

5 comments

  1. lala says:

    was curious about the choc soymilk, just woke up thismorning and made this, minus the wheat germ, instead i added 2 tbs flaxseed oil, 1tbs lecithin and squirt of honey.. omg.. om nom nom, the best! thanks you for the awesome recipe! love love love your blog

  2. Annette @ Wellness WA says:

    Hey ‘lala’ thanks so much for your lovely comment! I’M SO GLAD YOU TRIED AND LIKED THIS! I recently rebought some flax seed oil, I feel so good when I’m taking it!

    I’m going to make this smoothie again tomorrow morning too hehe! x

  3. Cass says:

    That recipe sounds DELICIOUS! I was just wondering, would this be a good recipe to add some green (ie baby spinach) to, or would that be odd?

  4. Annette @ Wellness WA says:

    Hi Cass!

    I tend not to add the spinach to ‘milky’ smoothies! It’s better if you add it to a fruit smoothie… but by all means experiment and let me know how you go! x


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