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We’re always looking for quick and healthy breakfast ideas, and this berry yoghurt smoothie is just the thing to start your day the right way. It only takes a minute to whizz up, is packed with calcium and keeps you full all morning.

And since October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, this pretty-in-pink smoothie is a great drink to serve at pink-themed events and fundraisers – serve in shot glasses as part of a high tea, or in classic milkshake glasses as part of a breakfast buffet.


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Even better, SKI has pledged to donate $350,000 to fund a McGrath Breast Care Nurse and has turned its 1kg pots of D’lite, Divine and Soleil pink for a limited time only.

Serves: 3


1 medium ripe banana
150g summer berries, fresh or frozen
25g honey
250ml Ski Soleil Mixed Berry yoghurt (fat free)
400ml reduced fat milk
40g toasted muesli (optional)


1. Peel a ripe banana and place in your blender with all other ingredients. Blend for 30 seconds.

2. Pour into serving glasses and drink, or cover and place in the fridge for up to 3 days, making sure to stir before drinking.

Notes The addition of muesli is optional but adds a nice crunch and creates an ideal breakfast smoothie. You can alternate the fruit and the yoghurt according to the season and your taste preference. Maple syrup can be used instead of honey.

What’s your go-to breakfast?