Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins
From The Australian Womens Weekly Diabetic Cookbook. Per serve - 638kj (152cal); 0.9g total fat (0.1g saturated fat); 29g carbohydrate, 3.7g fibre; low GI. Based on metric measurements.
- Blend or process ingredients, in batches, until smooth.
Thank you for sharing your recipe Im Pat, I enjoyed it very much. I used 1 banana, 1 peach and some almond milk (what I had in the house) it was very tasty. I did find the cinnamon to be a little strong. Next time I would personally leave it out. Made for Beverage Anyone Tag Game.
I would make this a 1 person recipe And instead of 2 cups soy milk try 1 cup fat free cashew milk it tastes better and it's a lot creamier instead of 2 bananas Try 5 oz of vanilla Greek yogurt but if you like the banana flavor try adding a teaspoon of banana flavoring And instead of 4 peaches try only one and a half but cut the peaches into chunks and freeze Them Then add your cinnamon and bland. this recipe Is more diabetic friendly and it tastes good. hope you enjoy!
This smoothie sounds really great but it sure is not a diabetic recipe as stated. With over 35 grams of carbs and over 24 grams of sugar no way can it be diabetic!