• Makes 2 servings
• Calories: 150
• A quick to prepared drink for busy breakfast times and is packed with nourishment for after school snacks!
150 ml (5 fl oz)
120 ml (4 fl oz)
|Mango – ripe|
Banana – ripe, sliced
sugar – super-fine (caster)
Vanilla Frozen Yogurt
Sprigs of fresh Lemon or Mint Leaves – optional garnish
• Peel the skin from the mango and cut the flesh away from the stone. Chop the flesh roughly.
• Put mango flesh into a blender with the banana.
• Add milk, orange juice, lime juice, sugar and frozen yogurt
• Blend on maximum speed for about 30 seconds or until mixed and frothy.
• Pour shake into glasses and serve immediately
• Garnish with sprigs of lemon or mint, if desired.ALTERNATIVE SUGGESTIONS
• Use skimmed milk instead of semi-skimmed for less fat yet similar levels of vitamins and minerals.
• Milk substitutes: 300 ml (10 fl oz) soya milk for the cow’s milk, and omit the frozen yogurt; or use 240 ml (8 fl oz) ..soya milk with 2 heaped tbsp soya ice cream.
• Use a ripe peach instead of the mango half.
• For a high- fibre shake, use 115 g (4 oz) stoned ready-to-eat prunes instead of the mango, with lemon juice instead of lime juice.
Recipe courtesy of: www.besthealthmag.ca/eat-well