This post is sponsored by Left Field Farms but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
When it comes to getting our day jumpstarted, my husband and I are at opposite ends. He reaches for the coffee maker while I reach for the blender. His cup of java gives him the caffeination necessary to get going in the morning, and a shot of fruit is just what I need. So when I find a product that can be used in both of our morning wake-up beverages, I am excited to insert it into our routines.
My husband is a fairly simple coffee drinker. He skips the lattes and the mochas and heads straight for the black coffee with a dash of Left Field Farms Creamer. Even though I’m only a casual coffee drinker, his blend is simple enough that I can make it in the morning. Left Field Farms offers a Vanilla Creamer and a Sweet Creamy Creamer at Walmart. With these, he can flavor his coffee however he chooses in the morning.
Not long ago, I discovered that using coffee creamer in smoothie recipes gives the smoothie an extra creamy texture. I’ve tried Left Field Farms Creamer in a few smoothie recipes, but as a blueberry fanatic, my favorite is this Very Vanilla Creamy Blueberry Smoothie recipe that I’m sharing today.
- 3/4 cup to 1 cup frozen banana chunks
- 3/4 cup blueberries
- 3/4 cup Left Field Farms Vanilla Creamer
- Dash of milk
Place the banana chunks, blueberries, and Left Field Farms Vanilla Creamer in a blender. Crush until banana chunks are separated. Puree until the smoothie is combined. Add a dash of milk if the smoothie is too thick. I usually need a small dash, but one is typically necessary because the smoothie is so ultra creamy!
Did you know?
Left Field Farms Creamer is Non GMO-Project Verified and is made from cows not treated with rBST. Left Field Farms Creamer contains no artificial flavors and is made with real cream and sugar. Find them in the dairy/creamer refrigerated section at your local Walmart.