Strawberry, Blueberry, and Peach Smoothie with Granola Topping

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Strawberry, Blueberry, and Peach Smoothie with Granola Topping
Strawberry, Blueberry, and Peach Smoothie with Granola Topping
Serves 1
Before reaching the vestibular migraine diagnosis, I used to enjoy a fruit smoothie containing bananas, strawberries, and yogurt almost every day. Once I became aware of my dietary migraine triggers (bananas and yogurt being some of them), I reluctantly cut this delicious staple out of my diet. Nearly a year and a half later, I revisited the smoothie conundrum from a migraine-free standpoint, and am so SO happy with the results! This smoothie makes for a delicious snack, dessert, or breakfast option, and fills the sweet treat void. I hope you enjoy it!
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Total Time
5 min
Total Time
5 min
  1. 1/2 Cup of Milk (2% preferred, as fatty whole milk can be a migraine trigger)
  2. 1/2 Cup of Sliced, Frozen Peaches (beware additives in store bought peaches, like citric acid)
  3. 1/4 Cup of Frozen Blueberries
  4. 3/4 Cup of Frozen Strawberries (6-7 medium strawberries)
  5. 1 tsp of Honey
  6. Granola, to taste
  1. In a blender, or blending cup, add milk, fruits, and honey.
  2. Blend to desired consistency. (Blending longer will yield a smoother, less chunky, treat.)
  3. Transfer to serving glass, and top with 1/2-1" of granola. I like to use Kind brand Cinnamon Oat Clusters, which is gluten free and leaves me symptom free as well!
  4. Enjoy!
  1. The ingredients above yield a thick, luscious smoothie, but if you're searching for something lighter, try adding additional milk or even cottage cheese (thanks, Carrie!).
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