This is the closest thing to sunshine in a bottle. Pineapple, orange and banana are all OK to eat if you have a sensitive gut as long as they are not over ripe. A breakfast smoothie is a great way to get some energy, liquid and fiber onboard first thing in the morning especially if you do not feel like eating cereals. To make this smoothie more filling you can add a teaspoon or two of lactose free yogurt. A pineapple can be cut up and stored in the fridge for up to a week. It can also be frozen in chunks and defrosted as required.
Health Benefits – low FOFMAPS, 1 of your 5-A-Day, High is Vitamin C
Prep: 5 Minutes | Servings: 2
160 g pineapple
1 medium banana
1 orange, juice
200 ml cool water
- Place the pineapple, banana and orange in a liquidiser and process for 30 seconds.
- Dilute with water and give the drink a final whizz.
- Pour into two glasses and enjoy this nutritious smoothie.
To prepare a pineapple: top and tail it and peel away the prickly skin. Cut lengthways into four. Remove the fibrous core from the long edge of each piece of pineapple.
|Per portion (180g)
|Per 100 g
Some people may find that a under ripe green/yellow banana may give them some IBS symptoms so choose the yellow or over ripe bananas
Created on 07 Jan, 2021.Print