Frosty Fruit and Wheat Germ Smoothie

This all-round smoothie has many benefits and can be used as a workout recovery drink as well as a meal substitute in a sensible weight diet plan. Adding wheat germ to any diet may cause some mild side effects in some people, like excess gas and minor feelings of nausea. And, you should talk to your doctor before adding wheat germ to your diet. Even still, it can be very beneficial in a well-balanced diet.

AuthorP. Vandermeer
RatingDifficultyBeginner

Wheat germ, peaches, bananas, yogurt, and orange juice in just the right combination will power you up or down. A great after-workout smoothie for serious energy burns.

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frosty fruit and wheat germ smoothie is delicious and refreshing

Yields2 Servings
Prep Time5 minsTotal Time5 mins

Get together:
 1 cup low fat vanilla yogurt
 1 cup (150g) fresh sliced peachesor frozen
 1 small bananaapproximately 6
 ¼ cup wheat germ
 ¼ cup (62g) orange juicecan be from concentrate
 1 cup ice cubes

Here's all you do:
1

Toss everything into a good blender and blend.

2

You can hold back a slice or two of the peach or banana and use it for a garnish. (optional)

3

After blending well, pour into 2 tall glasses

4

Totally delicious and refreshing. Enjoy!

CategoryBeveragesCuisineAmerican

Ingredients

Get together:
 1 cup low fat vanilla yogurt
 1 cup (150g) fresh sliced peachesor frozen
 1 small bananaapproximately 6
 ¼ cup wheat germ
 ¼ cup (62g) orange juicecan be from concentrate
 1 cup ice cubes

Directions

Here's all you do:
1

Toss everything into a good blender and blend.

2

You can hold back a slice or two of the peach or banana and use it for a garnish. (optional)

3

After blending well, pour into 2 tall glasses

4

Totally delicious and refreshing. Enjoy!

Frosty Fruit and Wheat Germ Smoothie

Learn More About Wheat Germ and Your Health

To learn more about how wheat germ benefits your health, along with its mild side effects, check out this article.

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