High-Protein Pecan Pie Breakfast Smoothie

September 17, 2018

I have been loving this smoothie recently for these not quite summer, not quite autumn mornings. It's very filling and really sets you up for the day!

 

Pecan Pie Breakfast Smoothie

 

[Prep Time: 5 mins. Cook Time: 2. Total Time = 7 Minutes]

Serves One. 

 

INGREDIENTS

 

10 pecans, toasted

1 medium unripe banana (100g) ideally frozen in pieces*

1 tbsp peanut butter

3 tsp rolled oats

1/2 tsp cinnamon 

tiny, tiny pinch of turmeric, ground

1 pinch of nutmeg, ground

1/2 tsp vanilla extract

240ml/1 cup of lowFODMAP plant milk (e.g. almond, rice or hemp)

1 heaped tsp or rice or pea protein

option maple syrup

* ice or chilled water if not using a frozen banana 

 

INSTRUCTIONS

 

  1. Lightly toast the pecans in a dry frying pan over a medium heat. They burn very easily to keep a close eye on them. We want them just lightly browns at the edges. 

  2. Combine all the ingredients in a blender, along with the pecans.

  3. Blend until smooth. 

  4. Add more chilled water if you prefer a thinner texture and maple syrup if you like it sweeter.

  5. Serve and enjoy!

You can watch the recipe being made in the video below. If you would like more recipes and a week long meal plan made with a Registered Dietician, you can check out Your Wild Gut Project here x

 

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