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Ice Cream for Breakfast?

Of course, that would be too excellent to be right! But how about a quick, simple and healthy alternative that could be served for breakfast or an afternoon snack?

During the chaos of the morning routine, when kids are refusing to wear socks on a rainy day and the cat is leaving you a hairball in the middle of the hallway, it would be nice if something would go smoothly.

Stage left: enter a blender, some fruit (fresh or frozen), a small yogurt and voila, a Smoothie saves the morning! Kids will like to place their orders with you, so that you can make their special faux-ice cream breakfast. Instead of trying to please the troops by taking out 4 boxes of cereal and 2 kinds of frozen waffles, try these simple, healthy thoughts instead.

Smoothie Basics:
1. Pour the liquid ingredients (juice, milk or yogurt) into the blender first.
2. Dump in your fruit. Frozen fruit makes the smoothie thicker, so it feels more like a milkshake.
a. If you have some bananas that are turning brown, peel them, bag them, and then throw them into the freezer—they will be the perfect addition to your smoothies!
b. Feel free to add extra stuff to your smoothie, like flax seed meal, which is high in Omega-3’s. The smoothie will taste so excellent, they won’t even notice!
3. Blend until smooth. (You can use a hand-held “stick” or “immersion blender”, which is a small simpler to clean than your larger margarita/daiquiri blender.)

Wish We Were in Hawaii

½ cup lowfat vanilla yogurt
Splash: orange juice or milk, if desired
¼ cup frozen pineapple chunks
¼ cup frozen mango
1/3 frozen banana

The Blue Banana

¼ cup lowfat milk
½ cup vanilla yogurt
½ banana
¾ cup frozen blueberries

(These make 1 kid-sized smoothie. To be more efficient, double this recipe and drink some, yourself…It is better for you than your usual coffee-only breakfast!)

Michelle Stern, founder of What’s Cooking (www.whatscooking.info ), was a high school biology and environmental science teacher for 5 years prior to the birth of her daughter. At present, she balances the parenting of her two wonderful children with running her growing business. She trains and manages an brilliant team of instructors, develops curriculum for our growing after school program, and teaches a variety of other What’s Cooking classes. Michelle’s connections through What’s Cooking have lead to a variety of wonderful and unexpected food-related events. She was invited to help her friends, the owners of Spread, in their catering job for the Celebrity Poker Tournament at the 2006 Emmy Awards. She also helped her colleague, Jennifer Carden, in food styling for a Thanksgiving-themed Satellite Media Tour for Food Network Star, Guy Fieri.

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