Recipe of the Month – August

Recipe Of The Month - August(2)

I wrote recently, that I was trying to be more mindful of the things that I eat and try to make better food choices which have led to me buying a lot more fruit than I used to.  Now, fruit on its own, while really nutritious can sometimes get a bit boring, so I have been looking at ways to enjoy fruit in other forms.  Last month I shared with you some recipes and ideas for fruity ice lollies which are perfect for enjoying on these hot summer days.  Today, I am continuing with the fruity theme and sharing a recipe for a breakfast smoothie that I treat myself to once or twice a week.


  • Vegetable knife or vegetable peeler
  • Serrated edge knife
  • Blender
  • Coffee grinder


  • 1/3 fresh pineapple
  • 2 kiwis
  • 1 apple
  • 1 banana
  • 1 orange
  • Fruit Juice
  • Lemon juice (fresh if possible)
  • 4 tablespoons of oats


  • Using the coffee grinder, grind the oats to a fine powder then set aside
  • Prepare the fruit by cutting and peeling.  The serrated edge knife is really handy for preparing the pineapple.
  • Add all fruit to the blender along with the juice of one lemon
  • Start to blend.  As the fruit breaks down add the fruit juice bit by bit until the consistency of the smoothie is pourable.
  • Add the powdered oats and continue to blend for around 2 mins.
  • Pour into glasses and enjoy!

Other Combinations

  • Banana, strawberry and kiwi
  • Strawberry, kiwi, melon and mint
  • Pineapple, coconut and banana
  • Mango, apple and banana
  • Blueberry, raspberry, kiwi and banana

Do you have a favourite smoothie recipe?  Let me know in the comments!


4 thoughts on “Recipe of the Month – August

  1. Oooo YUM! I’ve never considered putting oats in a smoothie though!

    I am in a smoothie binge right now. Every morning I take one to work with me and it keeps me full and satisfied until lunch. I have avocado toast for breakfast and then blend my smoothie to take with me. But mine is super simple:

    1/2 cup yogurt (or one yogurt cup but I don’t like the individual packaging)
    1/2 a banana (I make 5 in a row so each one gets a little more than half)
    1/2-1cup frozen fruit
    Put in containers and freeze

    The day before, take out to thaw overnight in the fridge. It will still be a little crystally frozen in the morning but that’s ok.

    Put into a blender, add 1 cup milk (right now I’m all about the almond milk) and voila! All done!

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    1. That sounds really yummy!!!

      I know! Who would have thought that oats would be so good? It makes the smoothie pretty creamy and a little thicker as I don’t add any dairy to it! All I do is grind the oats down into a fine powder and add it to the blender!!! It’s pretty good!!! Xxx

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