Here’s another dessert-for-breakfast smoothie recipe. I’ve had cottage cheese a few times in smoothies to add protein, and I’d thought about trying to come up with a cheesecake smoothie. So when I saw this one from Marcie at FlavorTheMoments I was already on her wavelength, lol! (See the recipe at the end of the post.)
However, I’d never had roasted strawberries so that’s next on my list to try once I get to the store.
Marcie has some tips on how to do this recipe …
If you want nice, clean layers like the smoothies in these photos, you may want to freeze the bottom layer for 20-30 minutes. This will keep the cheesecake layer from sinking into the smoothie. I honestly only did this for the photos, because on a daily basis, I really don’t care. 🙂
This smoothie may be completely indulgent, but it’s good for you, too! You can control how much sugar you add, and it’s packed with Greek yogurt so it will keep you satisfied longer. Top it with graham cracker crumbs to get the full effect, and you really will feel like you’re having dessert for breakfast.
Please turn to the Next Page for the recipe …
Cool this is really good more on high efficiency blenders please
Cool info this is really good more updates please