Red/Purple Cabbage and Berry Breakfast Smoothie

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Okay, I did this…..I put cabbage in your smoothie.  I swear you probably think I have lost all my marbles even considering cabbage for a smoothie….Don’t stone me, trust me… And, I put in the nice cabbage, the pretty colourful red one….just for a change. Or is it purple?  Aubergine like colour? Burgundy? I don’t know, personally I don’t think it is red or purple, often it is called red….but whatever, just something in between, but who cares so long as it is super cool and super pretty. Sorry if the cabbage thing has put you off, but it is good for you.

So, the moral of the story is, if you have a bit of red/purple,burgundy or aubergine colour cabbage left or if you see those little baby ones in the store or at the market, bomb it into a smoothie, add an apple and a banana and some berries and you have this smoothie of note !!!!

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Red/Purple Cabbage and Berry Breakfast Smoothie

Preparation time:  5 minutes

Total time:  8 minutes

Serves 1

Ingredients:

1 fresh or frozen banana

1 red apple, chopped

100 grams shredded red cabbage

100 grams  blueberries, fresh or frozen

1 cup milk of your choice

Instructions:

Place all the above ingredients into the blender and blend until smooth.  This takes approximately 3 minutes.

Pour into a glass.

Enjoy 🙂

 

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36 thoughts on “Red/Purple Cabbage and Berry Breakfast Smoothie

  1. Cabbage? Okay, I’ll try it! Ha ha. We’ve been enjoying your smoothy recipes, Lynn, including adding quinoa. 3-4 times a week it’s our dinner (lots of raw veggies and no meat). Feeling lighter already! Lol. Thanks for the idea.

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  2. Genius. It creates a purple/lavender presentation (lavender is a stress reducer as well) and a great source of PRE-biotics to feed the PRO-biotics in our microbiome. Through osmosis, I am feeling the healthy benefits right through my computer screen!! 🙂
    Well done.

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  3. Wonderful and so out of box idea 🙂 red cabbage looks like beautiful, but during cooking.. 🙂 So, this is great idea, how it to use and keep this color 🙂 Thank you for inspiration

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  4. I think the key is not to put in too much cabbage isn’t it? I make smoothies every morning so will have to try your recipe out! have a poetry blog here on WordPress and today’s post is about blueberries in case you have time to look? Have a good day, Sam 🙂

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