Grapefruit oatie smoothie is a quick and easy healthy weightloss smoothie. With a delicious rejuvenating naturally sweet taste it’s also ideal for a morning after detox too!
Folks, you can be sure that this grapefruit oatie smoothie has so many benefits and not just nutritional ones.
For instance grapefruits have long been associated with being good for weight loss.
You see they have a fat-burning enzyme which can help to absorb and reduce sugar and starch levels in the body.
This grapefruit smoothie is also a great source for your daily vitamin C. Helping to combat and relieve colds and flu symptoms and reduce stress levels!
I’ve made this grapefruit oatie smoothie so many times before. It’s got such a delicious tangy citrus flavour.
On occasion where I can’t find normal grapefruit juice in my local supermarket I just substitute with an alternative, like ruby breakfast juice. It’s just as good.
When you make this you might want to give the smoothie a good stir before drinking.
That will help to mix up all the flavours and the protein packed porridge oats so that they won’t sit at the bottom of the glass.
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Grapefruit Oatie Smoothie Recipe
This grapefruit oatie smoothie is best served chilled. So if you can make it and leave it to chill in the fridge before pouring, all the better!
This is a fantastic aid towards curing hangovers! Not that I ever suffer from one…….. 😉
I’d love to hear what you think of my recipe in the comments below and please do rate my recipe 5* if you like it! 🙂
Grapefruit Oatie Smoothie
- 350 ml Ruby grapefruit juice.
- 200 ml fat free natural yogurt
- 2 tbsp clear runny honey
- 2 tbsp porridge oats
- 1 medium banana peeled and sliced
- Place all of the ingredients into a blender or food processor and blend until smooth.
- Serve immediately or keep chilled and covered in the fridge for one day maximum.