Honey, Yogurt and Cherry Smoothie

Menu Part: 
Beverage
Cuisine Type: 
American
Serves: 
3 servings

A liquid breakfast is easy to eat on the run or sip more slowly at the desk or in the car. Protein-rich Greek yogurt enhanced with honey, cherries and beet juice, makes this colorful smoothie a healthy way to start the day … or enjoy as a snack later on.

Ingredients

12 oz. red cherries, fresh or frozen, pitted
8 1/2 oz. 2% Greek yogurt
3 oz. wildflower honey
1/2 oz. fresh beet juice
3 tbsp. sliced almonds, toasted

Steps

  1. Combine all ingredients except almonds in blender container; blend on high speed until smooth.
  2. Pour smoothie into three 8-ounce. glasses or cups. Serve immediately, garnishing each with tablespoon of toasted, sliced almonds.
Source: Photo courtesy of National Honey Board

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