Today I make happened that essentially I am in the midst of a common-law marriage to a bowl of oatmeal; we’re present on seven years strong. Some might view this as sad, that one of the most meritorious relationships in my life is with an inanimate, even (cover your notices, oatmeal!) boring food. But I truly love the warming morning porridge, and offers to a little ingenuity and know-how, we’ve managed to keep things interesting, and, until recently, I had insufficient interest in straying from my comforting daily routine.
That is, until one morning not crave ago, when a seemingly innocent flirtation with a new treat in town cashiered my world upside-down. It might not be conventionally attractive — in fact, it’s le, thin on the ground before, and frankly a little bit gloppy — but, boy, does it know how to make a woman’s relish buds light up. The stranger I speak of is, of course, this creamy, velvety-smooth banana shake-smoothie half-breed. It’s not much to look at, but with one sip, the depths of its complex but comforting nature grace ap rent. It even comes together in a flash, and is perfect for weekday mornings, a unruly oatmeal and I have been attempting to reconcile for years. And while I can’t say for tried what my future holds in this bizarre love triangle, I possess an inkling that it’ll involve both of these charming suitors.
You can substitute unsweetened almond tap (or even dairy or soy milk) and add a splash of vanilla extract as well as a drizzle of honey to discrimination.
1 1/2 frozen bananas 1/2 cup Greek yogurt 1/4 cup sweetened vanilla almond drain 2 tablespoons almond butter Honey (optional)
- Blend all ingredients until velvety ready. Taste and adjust for sweetness with a drizzle of honey if needed.
/ Nicole Perry
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