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Pre-Game Smoothies

Top Tips for building your pre-game smoothie

  1. Use water or milk to change the consistency of your smoothie
  2. To adjust the energy content of your smoothie, alter the oats, fruit and honey content
  3. Adjust the amount of yoghurt, milk and nuts to change the protein content
  4. Bananas provide some carbohydrates but they are also an excellent way to make the consistency of the smoothie thicker
  5. Strawberries, mango, pineapple, peaches and kiwis are high energy, low fibre, low GI carbohydrates which make them excellent smoothie choices

40 g Oats

300 ml skimmed milk*

200 ml water

3 x Bananas

Teaspoon honey

200 g plain organic bio yoghurt (Yeo or Rachel’s organic)

200 g strawberries/ pineapple/ mango

2 bananas

~200 ml water (change depending on desired consistency)

40 g oats

2 bananas

100g mango / pineapple (fresh, tinned or frozen)

170 g plain Greek yoghurt

300mls pineapple juice

2 ripe banana

Scoop Whey protein

30 g oats

400 ml skimmed milk*

40 g almonds

Pinch of ground cinnamon

1 teaspoon honey

1 scoop chocolate protein powder

300 ml  skimmed milk*

100 ml water

40 g oats

150 g low fat or fat-free cottage cheese

1 tablespoons of peanut butter

1 tablespoon of flaxseeds

50g raspberries (frozen or fresh)

50g blueberries (frozen or fresh)

2 bananas

2 tablespoons plain yoghurt (Yeo or Rachel’s organic)

200 ml orange juice

200 ml water

*You may want to try switching to rice milk, soya milk or goat’s milk if cow’s milk is causing bloating and wind.