Zero Belly Smoothies: Raspberry Walnut Cake Smoothie

In November I want to give you easy, delicious ways to change your diet and make you stick to your plan during the holidays.
Smoothies pack a lot of nutrition into an easy to consume, portable glass. Freeze your extra bananas and keep frozen berries on hand and these are simple to make when you're tempted to shove pumpkin pie into your mouth for breakfast.
Raspberries are especially potent because they pack more fiber than almost any other fruit, which keeps you fuller longer. Fiber also helps escort toxins out of your body. Raspberries are full of anti-oxidants, which fight inflammation.
You can use almond or coconut milk in this recipe, coconut milk helps you burn fat and is easily used by the body for energy. Walnuts are also full of fiber and healthy Omega-3 fats which help you fight obesity. In a pinch, use any nut butter.
By the way, check out the protein in this bad boy smoothie! Nice for keeping you full!
If you sometimes feel lazy like me for breakfast, you can put this smoothie (make it thick!) in a bowl and dress it up with chopped fruit or nuts on the top and everyone will think you're magic!
Blend Together (for one serving)
1/3 Cup frozen Raspberries
1/2 Cup frozen Banana
1 Tbsp Walnuts
1/2 Cup Unsweetened Almond or Coconut Milk
Water or Iced tea to Blend
Stevia drops, as desired
Grate Dark Chocolate on the top, if desired 
Approx Nutrition with Almond Milk:
285 calories per serving
7 grams of fat
7 grams of fiber
26 grams carbs
12 grams sugar
30 grams protein
To Your Health & Happiness
Jennifer XOXO