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This healthy pregnancy breakfast smoothie is loaded with protein, healthy fats, healing supplements and more! It’s an amazing addition to your morning routine even after you’ve had your baby.


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Pregnancy can be rough in many ways. No energy, not sleeping, aches and pains seem to be our best friends for 9 months. But there is so much we can do for ourselves to help our bodies expand and adapt to growing our little one inside of us! This healthy pregnancy breakfast smoothie is just one way I treat my body to the nutrients it needs while growing a life and without compromising taste.

healthy pregnancy breakfast smoothie

This pregnancy breakfast smoothie also makes a great afternoon snack!

This smoothie recipe while giving your body lots of healthy nutrients can also help decrease stretch marks, increase circulation, prevent constipation and more.

First off, here is my blender that I use for all my smoothies. This blender is awesome, best in its price range for sure. I also use it to make soup, baby food and everything in between!

healthy pregnancy breakfast smoothie

Healthy Pregnancy Breakfast Smoothie 


Ingredients

1 C non-sweetened yogurt (I use goat yogurt)

1/2 C berries

Collagen powder

1 Tbsp chia seeds (these little superfoods are high in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, fiber, calcium, protein, and iron!)

2 Tbsp Organic, cold-pressed, virgin coconut oil (all coconut oil is not the same as far as health benefits go, this is the one I use)


healthy pregnancy breakfast smoothie

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Make it

Add ingredients and blend till smooth.

ENJOY!! You’ll love the taste and reap the rewards. There are so many ways to make healthy smoothies. With so many delicious combinations to try…what are your favorite smoothie fruits, recipes or add-ins?

TIP: Use berries instead of bananas or other fruits that are high in sugar!

healthy pregnancy breakfast smoothie

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