orangesmoothie-0243I’ve got quite a few reasons to make a toast today. First and foremost I toast the beauty of life that shows itself in the form of a majestic sunny day here in Malaga. I love this city and I’m in love with Andalucia, a region in Southern Spain that gives us the most juicy and tasty fruits I ever tasted.  And great wine, food, music… etc… yes, I know I’ve already sung the praises of this country but I can’t help myself – I need to repeat positive things “out loud” so to remind myself how lucky I am.

Another reason to celebrate is the Pinterest Breakfast Club campaign I’m so honored to be part of. Make sure to check it out, it’s great inspiration!

I can’t believe PinterestUK is featuring my Smoothies Operator board together with the Pin Picks from prestigious foodies such as The Happy Pear, Great British Chefs, Pea Soup and Monica Shaw. Since I am contributing to the campaign with a collection of my favorite smoothies I thought this was a good occasion to share a breakfast smoothie I came up with while I was in Napoli. A creamy and light delight.

orangesmoothie-0221If you read my latest post, you would understand why I am enjoying these lovely sunny days so much. I have to soak up the sun as much as I can. Desculpeme now, I gotta go. Off into the warm sunset I go….

Sunshine Smoothie with Greek Yogurt and Orange


  • 1/2 Tbsp flax seed
  • 1/2 cup sweet orange pulp
  • 1 medium banana previously sliced and frozen
  • 1/2 cup Greek yogurt
  • 1 Tbsp honey or agave/maple syrup


  • Add all ingredients to a blender and blend until smooth.Taste and adjust seasonings/sweetness as needed.
  • Add more banana or orange for added sweetness.

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  1. It drives me crazy when people comment who haven’t tried the recipe. I tried this recipe and it was pretty good, would prefer the flax seed ground prior to blending into smoothie. Used maple syrup and a whole orange, was sweet enough with the orange shining through and creamy banana texture.

  2. The smoothie looks amazing and I’m sure it tastes even better than it looks.
    Your pictures are so beautiful, Daniela.
    Congrats on your very well deserved achievements in the blogger world, well done!