Gluten Free Cherry and Pear Crumble Smoothie with Cinnamon + Ebook

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Cherry and Pear Crumble Smoothie with Cinnamon

All my life, I've been a fruit addict. I love fresh fruit, cooked fruit, frozen fruit, pureed fruit, poached fruit, tinned fruit, strained fruit ... see where I'm going? Desserts with fruit in them are even better. That's where this smoothie comes in. I swear, y'all, it's just like eating a dessert crumble. But without the worry about the number of calories. Who doesn't want that?

Cherry and Pear Crumble Smoothie with Cinnamon

For the cherry and pear crumble

1/2 pear skin-on and diced
1/2 cup milk
1 pot Activia pear yogurt
1 handful frozen cherries
1 tsp cinnamon
1 tsp honey
2 tbsps gluten free rolled oats
2 frozen banana discs

All right, let's blitz:

Blitz the oats on their own in the blender.
Add the milk, yogurt and cinnamon.
Tumble in the fresh pear and frozen cherries.
Drizzle the honey over top and blitz again until smooth.
Serve with a further sprinkling of cinnamon to swirl in before drinking.
Cherry and Pear Crumble Smoothie with Cinnamon

Did you enjoy this recipe? You can download it and 13 other breakfast smoothies for free from my new ebook, 14 Brekkie Smoothies! In the ebook, you'll find tips and advice on blending perfect smoothies every time plus information on how to develop your own smoothie recipes. Download it today!



  1. Wow sounds interesting! Thanks for sharing at The Shady Porch Rock N Share! Blessings, D

    1. I swear, it tastes just like a dessert!

  2. It does sound very interesting and super tasty. I am curious to try the combination of pear and cherry! Thanks for posting!

  3. My husband is the one who swears by pear yogurt. I thought it would be disgusting, but it's actually really nice! :) Hope you do try it & enjoy it!

  4. Wow, this looks so refreshing......Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week; I hope you’ll join us again!

    Kathy Shea Mormino

    The Chicken Chick

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