top of page

How to make a smoothie with frozen fruit



Smoothies make a great breakfast, post exercise snack or even dessert. As simple as they are to make, you can also find at times you might make them too thin, too thick, not sweet enough or too cold!

We have you covered with these tips and recipe below!


So what should I put in my smoothie?

The options to put in a fruit smoothie are endless. Here is a quick list of what we like to put in our smoothies:


Banana - We love to use frozen banana, if you find one of your bananas starting to go brown in your fruit bowl simply slice and put it in the freezer for when your ready to make your next smoothie. Frozen banana acts as a natural sweetener and also makes the smoothie nice and creamy.


Frozen fruit - Add the fruit in frozen so you don't need to add ice. Sujon frozen Mango chunks any frozen berries works great in smoothies.


Apples - Core the apple but leave the skin on.


Freeze dried fruit powders - If you taking your smoothie to help your body recovery post work out, simply add 1 heaped teaspoon of Sujon Blackcurrant Superfood Powder. You will find the other fruit powders give the smoothie a great colour and flavour hit too.


Yoghurt - Coconut yoghurt or Greek yoghurt works well to keep it thick and creamy.


Milk, Water or Juice - You can use dairy milk, soy, almond, juice, water or even coconut water. Some people even get adventurous and use Kombucha or cold tea.


Optional extras - Customise your own smoothie by adding in avocado, protein powders, nuts, seeds, oats.



How to make a smoothie


In less than 5 minutes you will be enjoying this nutrient rich smoothie.


Ingredients

1 cup Sujon frozen fruit

1tsp Sujon blackcurrant powder

1 small banana (chopped and ideally frozen)

1/2c liquid of your choice

1/3c yoghurt of your choice


Method

1. Add all of your ingredients to a blender.

2. Blend until smooth, stopping to shake or stir if needed.

3. Pour into a glass and serve immediately.


Enjoy and tag @sujonberries with your creations.

264 views0 comments

Comentários


bottom of page