Here's an easy 5-minute smoothie recipe for anyone who wants a delicious and healthy breakfast but doesn't have much time in the morning.

This is a recipe that I came up with a couple years ago. It's no ground-breaking idea, in fact, it's probably as simple as it gets, and that's what I like about it. I already have to get up at 6 am every morning, and I definitely don't want to get up 30 minutes earlier to make breakfast, so this 5-minute recipe is perfect.
Although I use regular milk in this, you can easily turn it into a vegan smoothie if you swap the milk with almond milk, soy milk or other plant-based liquids. If you want to, you can spice up the smoothie by adding a mix of berries instead of just strawberries.

To make this smoothie, you will need:
- 1 banana
- 1 dl (0,4 cups) milk or plant-based milk. Yoghurt can also be used.
- 200-250 g (1 cup or 7-9 oz) strawberries
- 2 tsp. honey or syrup (optional)

Blend the banana with 1/2 dl milk. Add strawberries, preferably a few at a time, and then add the last 1/2 dl milk. Add the honey or syrup to sweeten, then blend.

And voilà! Your smoothie is ready! If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to let me know in the comments.

- Amalie Ranch



Hey everyone!

My very first post is simply going to be a bunch of information about me. I want you guys to get to know me, so if you have any other questions than the ones I will be answering now, feel free to post them in the comments :))

Q: How would you describe yourself in 3 words?

A: Positive, accommodating and trustworthy.

Q: If you were to describe yourself using emojis, which would you choose? And why?

A: ❤️💤✌🏼 - I'm a very loving and peaceful person, but I'm also very lazy at times.

Q: What is your dream job?

A: Ever since I was 10 or so, I've wanted to become a psychologist, but tbh I'm actually starting to have second thoughts. In order to become a psychologist you need to be intelligent, responsible and sensible. Now, I would say that I am all of those things, but I'm just not sure that I would like to be so responsible of other people's lives as a psychologist is.
So now I'm not sure, but I think being a child and youth worker or maybe a kindergarten teacher would be pretty awesome. It's very related to being a psychologist, but still so different.

Q: What qualities do you seek in a partner?

A: I'm not the kind of person who seeks any special qualities. I think that if the chemistry is there, you should go for it. I don't always share the same opinions on politics, music, etc. as my friends, but that doesn't stop us from hanging out together, and it's the same in relationships. I don't think difference is bad.

I hope this gave you a feel of who I am as a person. As I said before, if you have any other questions, feel free to ask me in the comments. Remember, there's no such thing as stupid questions.

Amalie Ranch