11 septembre 2010 6 11 /09 /septembre /2010 19:01

Smoothie fruits rouges haut

 

 

Délicieuse boisson riche en calcium, avec tous les bienfaits des fruits, à partager en famille le dimanche... au p'tit déj, à l'heure du brunch ou au goûter. 

 

 

Smoothie aux fruits rouges

Temps de préparation : 10 mn

 

Ingrédients pour 6 personnes

 

150 g de framboises

150 g de groseilles

150 g de myrtilles

3 petits suisses

50 cl de lait froid

6 c. à soupe de miel

 

 

Préparation :

 

Passez tous les fruits sous un filet d’eau, égouttez-les sur du papier absorbant, et équeutez les groseilles. Réservez quelques fruits pour la petite touche déco.

 

Versez tous les ingrédients dans le bol d’un blender et  mixez jusqu’à l’obtention d’une texture bien lisse.

 

Servir dans des verres et décorez de brochettes sur lesquelles vous aurez piquez des framboises,  groseilles, myrtilles et des feuilles de menthe.

 

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commentaires

Menage 13/09/2010 16:16



Une super idée pour faire le plein de vitamines!



Nickias 13/09/2010 11:19



Hi Nathalie,


My name is Nickias, and I’m writing to you on behalf of the Friends of Glass. I’ve been following your blog and enjoy your passion and enjoyment of homemade cooking.


 


I noticed some delicious recipes in glass on your blog, like this smoothie with raspberry or the panna cotta with red fruit. That's why I thought you might be interested in our next
project. 


 


As such, I’d like to invite you to become one of a select team of ‘Glass Ambassadors’, a group of food bloggers and home
cooking aficionados who are collaborating to prove the health and taste benefits of glass.


 


Specifically, we’re working on publishing a unique recipe book full of ideas for food that can be stored in glass bottles
and jars, and invite you to submit your own recipe for inclusion.


 


Maybe you can submit this creamy smoothie? Or surprise me with a new creation, it's your choice.


It's all about showing people that food stored in glass is even more tasty.


 


We’ve invited submissions from across Europe: each recipe will be published online, and people will be able to vote for
their favourites. The top ten recipes will then be printed as part of a limited edition book (and of course, we’ll send free copies to the winning entrants).


 


Sending us your recipe is quick and easy. Simply go to http://www.friendsofglass.com/truetotaste and follow the
instructions. The only requirement is that your recipe should be stored in a glass receptacle after preparation.


 


For more on our movement and why glass is the only packaging material that is true to taste, visit friendsofglass.com, or feel free to contact me on nickias@friendsofglass.com.


 


I'm looking forward to your next creation, I hope it's in a glass again. :-)


 


Happy creating!


 


Best,


 


Nickias


Friends of Glass