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Smoothies

Smoothies are on trend and popular the world over  due to their lovely texture, creaminess delicious flavours, health benefits and because they are easy to prepare. . Here at the Cambridge Weight Plan, we love Smoothies too, but know they can be full of hidden sugar and calories, so we have designed three delicious smoothie options. They all have the fruity flavours we all love, but with a much richer texture, which will fill you up and keep you full for longer. This makes them ideal as a meal replacement, or to have as a snack between meals.


Blackcurrant and Apple Smoothie

Blackcurrant and Apple Smoothie

The combination of apple and blackcurrants gives a delicious and softly fruity flavour to this Cambridge Weight Plan smoothie. Easy to prepare on the go and very filling.
Cherry and Strawberry Smoothie

Cherry and Strawberry Smoothie

If you like fruit you cannot miss our cherry and strawberry smoothie. You'll love the creamy texture and delicious sweet flavour.
Breakfast Smoothie: Oats with banana and strawberry

Breakfast Smoothie: Oats with banana and strawberry

Our newest breakfast proposal combines oatmeal with banana and strawberry. The result is a delicious drink with a smooth creamy flavour and texture. An ideal way to start the day with the feeling of vitality and energy.

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Savoury Meals

Savoury Meals

Soups

Soups

Smoothies

Smoothies

Porridge

Porridge

Bars

Bars

Shakes

Shakes

Desserts

Desserts

Water flaviours

Water flaviours

Ready to Drink / Tetrabrik

Ready to Drink / Tetrabrik

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