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Recipe: This sweet smoothie bowl is the ideal healthy breakfast

The weekend is just around the corner and we're already thinking about all the food we'll be eating. If you're sick of eating Cornflakes for breakfast then why not give this recipe a whirl? Fitness influencer Niamh Cullen has shared her Light & Free Smoothie Bowl recipe and you just have to try it over the weekend.

Ingredients

  • 1 banana, half for smoothie mix, half for topping

  • Handful of frozen strawberries, blueberries and raspberries

  • 1 pot Light & Free raspberry Greek-style yogurt 

  • Toppings:

    • Banana

    • Passionfruit

    • Raspberries

    • Blueberries

    • Chia seeds

Method

Pop all of the ingredients, apart from the toppings into a blender and mix together until smooth. 

Pour into a bowl. 

Arrange your toppings as you like

Spring is a time to be enjoyed, despite the unique time we live in and Danone Light & Free, the thick and creamy Greek-style yogurt which contains 0% fat and no added sugar is aiming to support us in achieving just that.  

With 30% fewer calories than most full-fat fruit yogurts on the market, each pot of moreish Danone Light & Free contains 61 kcals or less. Light & Free SKYR range offers 14g of protein per pot also with 0% fat and 0% added sugar and comes in three flavours: strawberry, raspberry and blueberry.

Available in all Dunnes, Tesco and Supervalu stores and most convenient stores nationwide, Light & Free 4 pack can be purchased at an RRP of €2.99 and Light & Free SKYR can be purchased at an RRP of €1.30.

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