Morning Thunder Breakfast Smoothy

This is my secret weapon for morning energy, a delicious Breakfast Smoothie aptly calledIt’s full of fresh juicy fruit and as many organic ingredients as possible.  I add soy protein powder; available in most markets or health food stores; it really packs a punch!  Add it to your morning smoothie and say:

The color alone wakes me up! But let me try and tell you how it tastes when it wraps its cold, pink, antioxident-stuffed self around your tongue and travels to the far corners of your mouth, making all of your taste buds instantly jump up and say, “Thank You!” It’s sunshine in a glass, a pink sunrise on a June morning, health on wheels; it puts a spring in your step, a sparkle in your eye, and gives you instant energy. And so delicious!

You can click on the recipe card and print it out!

10 Responses to Morning Thunder Breakfast Smoothy

  1. Sara says:

    I have to be honest, Susan, when I saw the name, I fell out laughing as another ‘morning thunder’ popped into my mind! But I won’t linger there lest I fall out again. I will try your recipe (wiping tears from eyes), because with nearly three weeks of incessant rain, I can use an energy boost! Oh, no, I just noticed the pepto-bismol-pink! Bwa-ha-ha-ha-ha! Sorry, Susan… I’m not usually like this…well, yes, I am! Laughter really is like good medicine! Whew, I feel better already. Thanks, Susan! You’re the best!

    Soggy, Silly Sara

  2. Shauna Woodall says:

    I’ve had this for breakfast MANY times you posted about it a couple of years ago. It. Is. AWESOME. It’s my favorite breakfast. You’re a wonder, Susan Branch!

  3. Carol Maurer~~~~ Kennewick, Wa says:

    Susan, I’m having a hard time figuring out one part. Not sure what “6 1g” fresh or frozen strawberries….

    I would leave out the soy protein powder though.

    • sbranch says:

      Ha ha ha . . . it’s Six LARGE (lg.) fresh or frozen strawberries! that’s very funny. I need to be more careful!

  4. Joann says:

    Smoothies can be FROZEN, too!! Just an FYI if you’re wanting a frozen treat after working in the garden or to sneak some yummy fruits and veggies into a little one’s tummy….

    Gotta be tricky to be a wholesome mommy sometimes!! LOL


    • Susie Scherer says:

      You know what would really be good is frozen popsicles . They will love them with out knowing it good for them and whats in them.

  5. Susie Scherer says:

    I can’t wait to try it. Where can I get the soy protein powder at ? Anyway I love your blogs and recipes. Thanks Susan

    • sbranch says:

      If not at the supermarket, and many of them carry it these days, then look at a health food store. Thank you Susie!

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