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easy to make quail egg breakfast smoothie recipe

The Ideal Quail Egg Breakfast Smoothie

This smoothie tastes great and will get your metabolism working in no time.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 2 mins
Course Breakfast
Cuisine International
Servings 1
Calories 326.54 kcal


  • 1 tbsp oats
  • 5 quail eggs
  • 1 banana
  • 2 strawberries
  • 200 ml water feel free to replace it with almond milk or milk
  • 30 g vanilla whey protein powder optional


  • Start by adding most of the ingredients to the blender. Start with the liquids first. Then, go ahead and add the oats. This way, your blender will be able to actually mix them properly because it will have an easier time doing its job. For the future, no matter what you need to blend, always remember that liquids go in first, then the solids. Blend for about 1 minute. If after a minute you haven't reached a smooth consistency,  keep blending.
  • Since you have a banana and strawberries, you might find that your smoothie is quite thick. If the smoothie is too thick, then feel free to add more milk or water. You can even try adding coconut water or almond milk. Just be creative, it's your breakfast, after all. It really depends on how you prefer it.
  • After you have reached the desired consistency, crack the quail eggs, and pour them into the blender. Blend them for about 10 seconds. If you're squeamish about eating raw eggs, don't be. The smoothie won't taste "eggy" at all.
  • Next, add the protein powder. If you don't have protein powder, don't worry. Add some chia seeds instead or just make your smoothie without the extra protein. It will taste just as good. Whizz for up to a minute.


Calories: 326.54kcalCarbohydrates: 36.03gProtein: 33.11gFat: 7.84gSaturated Fat: 2.3gCholesterol: 429.8mgSodium: 120.23mgPotassium: 630.28mgFiber: 4.16gSugar: 17.84gVitamin A: 402.75IUVitamin C: 24.38mgCalcium: 145.66mgIron: 4.31mg
Keyword quail egg breakfast smoothie
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