Cinnamon Banana Coconut Breakfast

Cinnamon Banana Coconut Breakfast 2

21 Day Sugar DetoxDairy Free

601 Calories – 14 Glycemic Load

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Recipe

This is the recipe exactly how I enjoyed it. I weigh all of my recipes with this food scale for precise measuring.

Standard measurement

  • 1/2 Cup Coconut Milk
  • 4 Large Egg Yolks
  • 1 Medium Banana
  • 1/4 Cup Ice
  • 1/2 tsp Cinnamon

Measurement in grams

  • 121 grams Coconut Milk
  • 80 grams Egg Yolk
  • 119 grams Banana
  • 56 grams Ice
  • 1.5 grams Cinnamon

The following ingredients are available on Amazon: Coconut Milk and Cinnamon

Comments & Suggestions

This smoothie is creamy and similar to Coconut Egg Nog – more sweet but not as spicy. It’s very nourishing thanks to the egg yolks and you can enjoy this as a quick meal that will tie you over for a number of hours.

Nutrition Data

The following is the nutrition data gathered for this recipe. I use NutritionData.com for all of my information. This will give you an idea of how nutritious this recipe is.

Macronutrients in grams

  • 34 grams Carbs
  • 4 grams Fiber
  • 15 grams Sugar
  • 16 grams Protein
  • 47 grams Fat

Vitamins & Minerals (%DV)

  • 25% Vitamin A
  • 30% Riboflavin
  • 38% Vitamin B6
  • 39% Folate
  • 26% Vitamin B6
  • 30% Pantothenic Acid
  • 37% Iron
  • 46% Phosphorus
  • 76% Manganese
  • 66% Selenium

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Comments

  1. SophieE says

    What do you do with all of your left over egg whites? I used to feed them to my dog but now that I’ve moved out of home I don’t have a dog so I just chuck them away- feels like a waste though. I tried just adding them to my scrambled eggs but extra whites make luscious, yolky scrambled eggs taste so bland.

    • says

      I just cook them in butter. They can form into a tortilla in a way or a base for hamburger and pizza toppings or something! I’ll have to write a post on PrimalToad.com or PrimalSmoothies.com about what I do with the egg whites. I usually throw them in a container and make them a day or 2 down the road.

    • Em says

      Really? What a waste. You cook them…like any normal person would. Haven’t you ever heard of a fried egg?

      • sanspm says

        Yeah, if you’re short, female, trying to lose weight, and don’t have many ways to get a lot of physical activity in, 1200-1500 calories is the target range. I had the same shock as fit@fifty over the calorie content. A smoothie above 400 calories is unfortunately a no-go for me, although this sounds delicious!

        • Janet Jackson says

          I, too, get aggravated (and highly frustrated) at the “one-size-fits-all” eating plans that say to forget calories. I have tried everything (yes, strict paleo, too) and nothing takes weight off. I wish people would be more caring about those of us who don’t lose weight no matter what we do.
          I think, for this recipe, I would cut the number of egg yolks and use 1/2 the banana with the same amount of coconut milk. That would cut the calories.

  2. Erin Cannon says

    Does anyone have issues with eating raw eggs? I’ve never tried it before and I must admit it makes me a little squeamish.

    • says

      I typical have to settle with Thai Kitchen but Nature Forest is better since the can is BPA free. Take a look at the ingredients and if it’s coconut meat, water, and guar gum then you are good to go (it’s better without guar gum but only a brand or 2 doesn’t have guar gum and I do not remember what brands these are). Always buy full fat. If you want lite then just add more water. :)

    • says

      A lot of people can’t deal with the yuck factor that comes with raw egg whites including myself. And the whites are harder to digest than the yolks, especially raw.

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