Banana Smoothie with LSA

Note:
I’m not a big breakfast fan so this smoothie is enough to keep me going until morning tea. Unripe bananas are less acidic as they have about 25% starch and only 1% sugar. Ripe bananas are more acidic as they have around 20% sugar. So I buy my bananas slightly green, peal them, chop them up and freeze them.

Ingredients:
1-2 cups of soy milk (I like Bonsoy or Australia’s Own Organic Malt Free)
1 frozen or fresh banana
1 teaspoon of cinnamon
1 tablespoon of LSA (Linseed, Sunflower seeds, Almonds)
1 teaspoon of honey

Instructions:
Add the ingredients and blend in a mixer. Add extra cinnamon or sweetener to meet your taste.

Kudos:
Inspired by watching Nigella Lawson’s breakfast special on TV.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Luke Smith says:

    Wow, I just tried this recipe @ home and it rocks! I am always looking for new ideas and this website is a goldmine! Great work Kirsty, keep it up.

    1. vegematarian says:

      Hooray! I’m glad you like the soy smoothies. They are such a good time! Silly genetics, next time we are born I think we should put in some requests…

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