I got one wisdom teeth out yesterday. Ouch!
I’m still numb/sore and most of all irritated by the fact that I cannot eat solid food.
When you get a wisdom tooth pulled, the rule of thumb is to chew as little as possible, eat cold foods to soothe the mouth, and avoid seeds and hot spices (as they’ll irritate the wound).
In other words you can have smoothies, juices, and ice-cream during the first few days, and when the wound starts to heal you can start eating hot food such as soup, mashed potatoes, and other non-chewable things like hummus, applesauce, etc.
So, no solid food and no strenuous physical activity. Which begs the question: What the heck I am supposed to do then if I cannot eat and train?
I dunno, I dunno people
Anyways, since I cannot eat solid food here’s a recipe for a fantastic Banana Breakfast Smoothie.
Deliciously thick and creamy, this Creamy Banana Breakfast Smoothie tastes like a classic banana milkshake minus the ice-cream.
This is perfect for breakfast or for an afternoon snack.
Two whole bananas are used in this recipe — try use sweet and ripe bananas, an unripe one will taste chalky.
Then we add Greek yogurt, (almond) milk, and maple syrup.
Simply add everything into a blender, blend until smooth, and enjoy.
Delicious as it is, but you could always throw in more fruit or some greens to get extra nutrients.
The option are endless!
Creamy Banana Breakfast Smoothie Print this recipe!
2 banana, sliced and frozen
¾ cup Greek yogurt
½ cup milk of your choice (I used almond)
1 tablespoon maple syrup or honey (adjust to taste)
Place all the ingredients in a blender. Pulse until smooth and creamy.
Pour into a glass and top with a couple of banana slices if you like.
One serving yields 376 calories, 2 grams of fat, 76 grams of carbs, and 21 grams of protein.