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How To Make Coconut Strawberry Banana Smoothies To get started, add 1 whole banana, 3 frozen strawberries, 1/4 cup of crushed ice, and 1/2 cup of coconut milk to blender. Blend until smooth. Strawberry Banana Coconut Smoothie (Vegan, Paleo, Whole30) Simple, healthy strawberry banana coconut smoothie made with fresh fruits for a great start to your day! This breakfast smoothie is vegan, whole30 and paleo.

Do you remember the strawberry-banana ice cream pops and treats that were so popular when you were a kid? This smoothie is just like that, but it’s even better because it’s actually good for you. I mixed up this classic flavor with some coconut oil to boost the nutrition and add some healthy fat—and the results are delicious!How to make a strawberry banana smoothie: 1) Place one can of chilled coconut milk into a high speed blender. (you can also sub almond or cashew milk, or even water) 2) Add the chia seeds 3) Add the frozen strawberries. Rinse the strawberries under cold water, remove the leafy stems.

Peal and slice the banana, then add it to a blender together with the strawberries and the coconut milk. For keto strawberry smoothies: Use canned coconut milk as the milk of choice, and sweeten with erythritol, stevia, or your favorite low carb sweetener. Top with Coconut Whipped Cream. For a strawberry protein shake: Simply add 1 tbsp of your favorite protein powder to the blender. For an added protein boost, choose a yogurt or milk high in protein.

Yep, you’re seeing that right. Just four ingredients for this healthy and delicious strawberry banana smoothie! Strawberries – use frozen strawberries for best results. Banana – use a super ripe banana for ultimate sweetness.

Milk – use your favorite type of milk. I used almond, because I always have it on hand. Strawberry-banana is one of the most popular fruit combos for smoothies, but if you find yourself with an overload of other ripe fresh fruit, get to work creating your own freezer pantry. To freeze fruits, sort, wash, and drain completely on a clean kitchen towel.

Prep fruits as you would for serving by removing stems, coring, peeling, and slicing. Strawberry-Coconut Smoothie Strawberry-Coconut Smoothie. Rating: 3.88 stars I don’t care for bananas in things, & this didn’t much taste like strong banana so I liked it very much. Was a great afternoon snack!

Advertisement. This strawberry-coconut smoothie comes together in under 5 minutes and can be easily devoured on the go. I packed the blender full of strawberries, coconut-flavored Greek yogurt, coconut milk, toasted coconut, oats, flaxseed meal, and half a frozen banana for that thick, creamy texture everyone craves in a smoothie.

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Alexia Lewis RD

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  • I scratched this from my testing slate. Reasons are as follows. 1. Color you eat with your eyes, if it’s Strawberry / Banana it should be more pink than white. 2. She didn’t say how much milk to add. 3. Once she blended everything up, the blender was about 1/3 full, the next shot the blender was completely full.