Maple Syrup and Vanilla Bean Smoothie

Whizzed up in no time at all, tastes GOOD and is nice and healthy too.  You don't need much maple syrup in order for this be to sweet, so fear not about a few calories and give it a go!


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The Optimum 9200 is a commercial-grade super blender designed for longevity, versatility and BRAWN.  Stronger, faster and more powerful than a Vitamix, the Optimum 9200 will set you up to make amazing soups, the silkiest smoothies, super smooth dips, nut butters, ice cream and more.

In my opinion this really is the best blender you'll ever use and the last blender you'll ever need.  Once you try it, you'll wish you'd had it all your life.  The 6 blade assembly creates a vortex that will suck your ingredients down and make blending a breeze.  It's also super easy to clean and maintain by simply blending water in the jug at high speed.

The Optimum 9200 blender is so powerful it can actually turn stones into powder!  You can see the video of it doing just that included in my full review post of this amazing blender here.

Print Recipe

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You will need:
500g Natural Bio Yogurt
1 x vanilla pod
2 tablespoons of maple syrup (or to taste)

How to do it:

Split open the vanilla pod and using a knife, run the knife along to scrape out the seeds.   
Add the yogurt to your blender followed by the vanilla seeds and maple syrup.  If using the Optimum blender) blend on slow for about 10 to 20 seconds.  Have a taste and add more maple syrup if you think it needs it.  Whiz for a few seconds more, and you're done.

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5 comments

  1. I love maple syrup in my smoothies. it adds so much flavour.

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  2. That sounds like one of my favourite smoothies from M&S. Nice!

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  3. An instant breakfast! Yummy idea :-)

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  4. Whoa, the perfect breakfast smoothie!

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