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Low Sugar, High Protein, Dairy Free Smoothie

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Ingredients

6 oz silken tofu (cut into large chunks)

3/4 C. soy milk

2 Tbs agave Nectar

2 C. Fruit (freeze half prior to blending)

1 tsp vanilla extract (optional)

With everything I've read on soy, I would be wary to try this recipe. I have been doing smoothies in the mornings lately too. This recipe is taken from Sally Fallon's _Nourishing Traditions_ cookbook and it is excellent!

1 1/4 c whole milk yogurt (sometimes I cut this with kefir)

1 c berries (or 1 banana or other fruit)

2 tablespoons coconut oil (from a reputable source)

2 egg yolks

3-4 T maple syrup (or 1/4 t stevia powder might be a better sweetener for diabetics)

It sounded a bit heavy to me when I first read it, but turns out that it is satisfying, nutritious and keeps me going throughout my morning!

With regards to the milk intolerance, depending on what type of intolerance you have, you might find that yogurt and/or kefir are tolerable by your family. These products have gone through a process of fermentation or souring which partially breaks down t

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