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A tasty strawberry, blueberry, and banana smoothie that’s perfect for breakfast, snacks or anytime you need a refreshing treat. Pour whole milk into the blender, followed by frozen bananas, blueberries and strawberries. Add a drizzle of honey and blend until everything is combined and the smoothie reaches your desired consistency.

1 Whole banana 1/2 Cup frozen strawberries 1/2 Cup frozen blueberries Cinnamon, to taste Pour milk onto the blades of the blender, followed by the yogurt. Add the peeled banana, then blend the mixture. Once the banana is completely blended, add the frozen berries, as well as the cinnamon, if desired. Makes one large serving.

Banana Strawberry Blueberry Smoothie Recipe First, take 2 bananas and cut them up into pieces. Now wash off 1/2 cup of blueberries. Next, hull. Ingredients. 1 cup vanilla yogurt; 1 medium ripe banana, peeled, cut into chunks and frozen; 1/4 cup each frozen unsweetened strawberries, blueberrie.

Strawberry Banana Smoothie Seven on a Shoestring. banana, splenda, strawberry yogurt, water, blueberries, frozen strawberries. For the strawberry blueberry banana version, we started with our typical frozen banana and cup of yogurt. And to that we added a cup of fresh organic strawberries and a half cup of blueberries. We also added some milk to make it the right consistency because it was pretty thick otherwise. You could certainly use coconut milk for the nutrition.

Ingredients. 1-1/2 cups vanilla or plain yogurt; 2/3 cup orange juice; 2 medium ripe bananas, cut into chunks; 1 cup halved fresh strawberries; 2 teaspoons. Ingredients. 1 cup frozen mixed berries.

1 frozen ripe banana. 1/2 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt. 1/4 cup orange juice. 1 teaspoon honey (optional) Whisk SDK. Earlier this summer, I posted a very simple, very basic smoothie recipe that mixed and matched pretty much any fruits, juices, yogurts, etc. to make almost any type of smoothie.

Today, I’m sharing the recipe for our favorite Apple, Banana, Berry smoothie and it takes less than 10 minutes so it’s definitely a doable week-day breakfast or snack!How to make Blueberry Oatmeal Smoothie. Prepare and measure all ingredients using measuring cups.; Take a blender or food processor and add banana, cup frozen blueberries, and cup milk.; Mix on high speed until you get even texture.

Add hemp seeds, oats and Ceylon cinnamon.

List of related literature:

◗ Blueberry-Lemon Smoothie: 2 cups blueberries (frozen or fresh), 1 frozen banana, and 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice mixed into ½ cup orange juice with a little honey or sugar.

“How to Cook Everything The Basics: All You Need to Make Great Food-With 1,000 Photos” by Mark Bittman
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Strawberry Smoothie: In a blender, add 2 tablespoons of unsweetened whey protein powder, 6 ounces plain unsweetened chilled almond milk, 1 packet sweetener, 2 tablespoons heavy cream, ¼ cup frozen strawberries, and ¼ teaspoon pure vanilla extract.

“The New Atkins for a New You: The Ultimate Diet for Shedding Weight and Feeling Great” by Dr. Eric C. Westman, Dr. Stephen D. Phinney, Dr. Jeff S. Volek
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A blueberry and banana smoothie tastes so good.

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In a blender, combine the spinach, blueberries, raspberries, banana, milk, oats, sugar, and 1 cup ice, and puree until smooth.

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We simply combined frozen strawberries with a banana, a little sugar, and plain yogurt in the blender until smooth.

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✓ Whip up a quick smoothie using 4 to 5 ounces of plain, low-fat Greek yogurt, 2 ounces of fruit juice, and a banana or ½ cup of your favorite fruit.

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Smoothies: here are a few of my favorites: Blend 1 cup frozen blueberries, 1/2 cup pomegranate juice, 2 cups apple juice, 6 oz. soft tofu, and 1/2 frozen banana.

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A smoothie is made by putting into a blender chunks of frozen bananas (freeze peeled bananas in an air-tight container), fresh apple or orange juice, and whatever fresh or frozen fruit you like, such as strawberries, blueberries or other berries, peaches, etc.

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Whirl all ingredients together in a blender until smooth: 1 cup FROZEN PINEAPPLE Pieces, 1 peeled, Frozen Banana, 51, cup Vanilla ALMOND Milk, 4/2 cup Frozen Vanilla YoGURT, “, cup ORANGE Juice.

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Add the frozen blueberries, fresh blueberries, mint, orange juice, yogurt, agave nectar, and raspberries to the blender.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • Your recipe looks great and I’m going to make it this week. I actually have a video on my channel for my blueberry smoothie recipe that I’d love to see what you think of it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDUuRFCKPFI

  • Where are you shopping that that huge 32-36 ounce bag of frozen strawberries costs $3??? PLEASE HELP. I paid $12 for a 36 ounce bag.

  • Our house is a smoothie home so we make a smoothie everyday and if you want it to have another fruit and a darker purple buy a frozen bag of strawberries, blueberries, and cherries you can get it in one bag all together for less than five bucks and get sugar if you want it then get yogurt, milk, ripe banana and blend em it turns out so good!

  • Sounds good but isn’t this a big portion? Or is this meant to be two portions?
    Btw this smoothie is around 410 calories if you used the same ingredients she did and drank all of it.

  • No offense, but you talk too much in the beginning. Just make the smoothie. We don’t need to hear all the great reasons to eat this. We searched it for a reason. Get to the point.

  • masters in nutritional science but you used yoplait? did you even read the nutrition facts, that brand is all sugar and fake flavoring.

  • Really…? I’m going to need a blender? Why do these how to videos have to be sooooo formal? They lead in with a flashy logo, some music, the person talks for 15 miutes and boringly explains EVERY little tiny step…. ITS VIDEO!!!!! and then makes the thing in the last 2 minutes?

  • I remember hearing someone say if you’re going to add yoplait yogurt then what’s the point. I use a half serving of whole milk, a ripe banana, and a half serving of frozen strawberries. It makes a simple strawberry banana smoothie.

  • Here’s a better one In My opinion

    1 cup of frozen mix berries or your fruit choice
    1/4 cup of Greek yogurt ( vanilla )
    1/2 cup milk
    Teaspoon of honey an blend till every thing is mixed make sure you don’t blend too long or else it will be liquidy

  • I keep about 5 yogurts in the freezer. Sometimes I’ll pull one out & eat it like an ice pop but they’re really for smoothies. Try it honey, makes the smoothie extra creamy��

  • I would have just used soy milk and kicked the yogurt out, it has dairy in it if I remember

    you also added way too many fruits in this smoothies, should have got some iron and protein in there by throwing in some parsley and protein powder. Just my opinion. The smoothie looks good but too much sugar for me

  • Can you just add more strawberries or something else instead of bananas? Bananas are the only fruit I am allergic to. Yet most smoothie recipes call for them. Help!!

  • The yogurt is what gives you the protein. Almond milk only has 1 gram of protein per serving. She did say if you are using frozen fruits you don’t need to use ice