This is a sponsored post, all opinions are my own. Did you have a wonderful weekend? We enjoyed seeing friends and family, going to a barbecue and catching up on all the finales on TV. Now it is back to our busy weekly routine until summer. On these mornings I usually want something filling, but still healthy. One of my favorite things for a quick and healthy breakfast is a fresh fruit and yoghurt smoothie.
Summer fruit is making its way to our grocery store (hurray!) and I found some great cherries and blackberries on sale at the market this week, so I picked them up.
I always have a tub of Mountain High Yoghurt in my refrigerator. So with the sale of the fruit and the yoghurt I keep on hand, it is also an inexpensive treat to make that only takes minutes to prepare. Perfect for those busy mornings! Keeping breakfast preparation simple saves precious time and clean up is a breeze too!
Yoghurt smoothies also make a nice snack in the afternoons and evenings to enjoy a sweet treat. When I have one in the afternoon, it makes me feel like I am sitting under a palm tree while drinking it. In the summer, we like to add additional fruit and create a self-service smoothie bar for a cool and fun after-dinner “dessert”.
Why Mountain High Yoghurt
I like to use Mountain High Yoghurt because there are no preservatives, gelatin, artificial flavors or colors. Just simple, wholesome yoghurt. Mountain High also believe in goodness and simplicity and that quality moments and experiences matter most.
If you have been to my blog you know that this is a core belief of mine and yet another reason I love this brand. All of this simplicity and goodness makes Mountain High awesome! Check out what else they stand for here.
- 1 cup ice
- 1 cup mixed fruit
- 1 cup Mountain High Yoghurt
- ½ cup water
- Prepare fruit
- Wash all fruit and seed cherries
- In a blender, add ice, fruit, water and yoghurt
- Blend together 30-45 seconds on high
- Pour and enjoy
Check out how you can save $1.00 when you buy 2 tubs of Mountain High Yoghurt (expired).
What is your favorite summer smoothie?