Up your game at home with this exclusive recipe from St Kilda’s Jarryd Roughead and his daughter, Pippa!

With many of us staying home more and eating out less, cooking and learning new recipes has become central to many households. Roughy’s place is no different, and the 4-time Premiership star has made the best of the situation, enjoying more quality family time and staying healthy at home.

Rough and Ready Smoothie

Serves 1 adult and 1 little Saint 

The Roughy and Ready Smoothie is the perfect breakie or post-exercise recovery option.

Packed with goodness for the whole family, this refreshing smoothie uses Dairy Farmers A2 Goodness milk as a nutrient powerhouse base to replenish your muscles or help fuel growing bodies!

No matter your age, nutrient-rich dairy options as part of a balanced diet are a great way to nourish your body, and a quick and easy smoothie provides a great dairy hit while hiding greens like spinach!

I love my food, especially milk and dairy. It’s something I’m trying to pass on to Pippa which is why we get her helping and learning in the kitchen - taste tests are always necessary.

- Jarryd Roughead

Ingredients

250mL (1 cup) Dairy Farmers A2 Goodness milk

Dollop of Greek yoghurt

Handful of spinach (or 2 x frozen spinach cubes)

Fruit of your choice – frozen banana, peaches, mango or berries are all great additions

Tablespoon of nuts or nut butter or seeds

Method

Place all ingredients in a blender, adding the milk last

Blend until combined and smooth, serve and enjoy!

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