Strawberry Sunrise

I love smoothies in the morning. I am usually busy and on the go, so I don't have a ton of time to prepare breakfast. If I have a few minutes, I like to make this simple and delicious, Strawberry Sunrise. It is amazing, and full of fruity flavor

As a college student, sometimes finding time for breakfast can be a little bit challenging, especially a healthy breakfast.

I couldn’t choke down just plain orange juice anymore, so I decided I’d mix it up a little bit and add some of my favorite fruit.

A smoothie is much easier to eat on the go than a bowl of cereal. This is the perfect thing to along with a great breakfast, or any meal.

It is so sweet and delicious, I could also eat this for dessert.

If you are looking for a quick, healthy, simple, and delicious breakfast or meal replacement smoothie, I highly recommend this one.

make it a meal:

Sometimes, if I have more time in the morning, I like to make this a part of my meal. Here are a few of my favorite recipes, to pair it with:

Scrambled Egg Breakfast Muffins: These are a hit at our house. You can fill them with your favorite toppings, throw them in the oven for a bit, and each one is personalized. They are simple and delicious.

Sweet Potato Sausage Hash: I love sweet potatoes for breakfast. I like them at all times of day, but they are especially delicious for breakfast. This is one recipe, you are going to die for.

Brown Sugar and Black Pepper Bacon: This recipe is one of a kind, and out of this world good. It is so easy to make, and I have never had bacon that tasted so good.

They are all so easy to make, and make a perfect meal for busy school mornings.

add some protein:

I am also trying to get a little more protein into my diet, which can be hard, because I don’t always have time to be cooking meat, or vegetables, to get my daily protein in.

As a replacement, I like to add a vanilla protein shake or powder to my drink. It adds a creamy flavor, and makes this taste like ice cream. You need to try it.

I also like to add a little Greek yogurt to my smoothies for extra protein. Spinach is also a great option, but on mornings where I need good flavor, I opt for the protein drink or Greek yogurt.

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looking for more smoothie recipes? here are a few of my favorite:

Aloha Pineapple Smoothie
Pumpkin Pie Milkshake
Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie
Berries and Oats Green Smoothie
Peaches and Coconut Cream Smoothie

Serves: 2

Strawberry Sunrise

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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  • 2 cups orange juice
  • 1/2 pound strawberries
  • 1/2 pound pineapple (fresh works best!)
  • 1/2 banana
  • 6 large ice cubes


  1. Cut up fruit and place in the blender. Add orange juice and ice cubes.
  2. Blend for about 30 seconds, or until all of the fruit and ice is blended and mixed with the juice.



85 cal


21 g


2 g
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4 Responses to “Strawberry Sunrise”

  1. If you use frozen fruit (no sugar added) you can cut out the ice. I don't like ice in my smoothies because of the texture so I use frozen fruit. I also add greek yogurt to up the protein and give these to my kids every morning before school. Yum!

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