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Raspberry Banana Smoothie recipe

Raspberry Banana Smoothie recipe


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I bought a blender recently and am in the process of trying all sorts of different combos - this one was so straightforward, fresh and delicious!

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IngredientsServes: 4

  • 1 banana
  • 2 small tubs natural yogurt
  • 30g caster sugar
  • 250g fresh or frozen raspberries

MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min

  1. Peel the banana and cut into four pieces.
  2. Place all the ingredients in a blender and... blend!

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Substitute the sugar for honey for a healthier option. I 1 teaspoon can add as desirable.-22 Sep 2013


Pomegranate, raspberry and banana smoothie recipe

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Nutrition per portion

If you’re on a health kick, or just want to make sure you’re getting enough fruit and vegetables each day to take you up to your five-a-day, then starting your day with a smoothie is a great way to kick things off. They’re easy to make, taste great and are a great way to boost your intake of those vital vitamins too. Why not try starting the day with this energy boosting and filling fruit smoothie that uses pomegranate, raspberry and banana to make it sweet and delicious? It’s also made with soya yogurt, which means it’s dairy free if you’re on a dairy free diet. Pomegranates are a superfood as they’re loaded with nutrients and vitamins – the fruit is a great source of fibre, vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin E as well as iron and a whole host of other antioxidants. Starting your day off with a banana is a great way to boost your energy and the fruit is a great source of vitamin B6 and potassium, it’s also thought that bananas are great to aid weight loss as they fill you up and help curb cravings. Raspberries are full of vitamin C and other antioxidants that have anti-inflammatory effects. Filling up with a smoothie every morning is a really quick and easy way to make sure you’re getting some of your daily dose of fruit, plus this recipe really does taste great. Try it today and you’ll have a new go to breakfast staple.


Tweaking the Smoothie Recipe

There quite a few tweaks that you can make to the recipe to make it more to your liking. I will go through just a couple of ideas on what you can do.

You can add extras to this recipe, such as protein powder, chia seeds, and much more. I would add roughly one tablespoon to the standard recipe. It might alter it slightly but should still taste just as great as the original recipe.

If you can’t drink dairy or prefer not to, then you can replace the milk with something like almond milk instead. This smoothie can also be made without the yogurt, so feel free to simply not add it. You may find the smoothie will be slightly runnier.

You will have enough smoothie for about two people unless you have small glasses, then you might get enough for three people. If you need to make enough for more than two people, then simply double the ingredients. Of course, if you just need enough for a single person, then simply just half the smoothie recipe.

Depending on what’s available, you can use either fresh or frozen fruit. If you live in a country or area where fresh fruit is hard to come by, then frozen is certainly the way to go. Your smoothie will be just as good then if you were to use fresh.

If you have any suggestions, then please be sure to leave us a comment at the bottom of this page.


How to make a Raspberry Banana Smoothie

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups Raspberries, frozen
  • 2 Bananas, frozen
  • 1 container Vanilla Yogurt (about 6 oz.)
  • 2 cups Milk
  • Fresh raspberries and bananas (optional)

Directions:

  1. Place all of your ingredients into your blender.
  2. Blend until smooth.
  3. Top with fresh raspberries and bananas if desired.
  4. Serve immediately.

This is just the yummiest raspberry banana smoothie ever!

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Easy no added sugar raspberry smoothie

This post for “Easy no added sugar raspberry smoothie ” was sponsored by The National Processed Raspberry Association.

The weather is FINALLY starting to warm back up which means it’s the perfect time for smoothies! This easy no added sugar raspberry smoothie is simple, easy, and a great way to get your kids in the kitchen. And on those hot summer nights, when you really don’t want to turn on the oven or stovetop, smoothies are a great addition to dinner. They don’t have to be saved just for breakfast!

My own girls (ages 4 and 5) love getting to throw their favorites into the blender and “push the button on”! We may have to take turns on that one because apparently it’s quite the honor to push the button, but anyways… And the great thing about smoothies is that while you can follow a recipe, you don’t necessarily have to. Just throwing some of your favorite fruits and veggies into the blender with a liquid of your choice and maybe some yogurt or nut butter, makes for a great smoothie.

Lately, my girls have been REALLY into adding frozen raspberries to their smoothies. And I wish it was because they love to listen to mommy’s ideas and recommendations, but no… it’s because they saw an episode on their favorite YouTube channel, Blippi, all about frozen raspberries and now they’re obsessed. In the video, Blippi makes a super simple frozen raspberry smoothie, and my girls now have it memorized by heart and ask for the same ingredients every time (scroll down to the bottom of this post for the recipe we came up with based on the video).

But I also love that the video shows them exactly where the frozen raspberries came from. He walks the kids through the farm, shows them how they’re harvested and then immediately frozen, and then how they eventually make it to the freezer section at our local grocery store.

Once they saw the episode, they immediately asked if we could buy frozen raspberries next time we were at the store. I obviously said yes. So the next time we were at the store and in the frozen section, my youngest (then about 3 1/2) exclaims quite loudly, “Look mommy! Blippi brought the frozen raspberries here!!” Anyone in earshot got a good laugh!

Some other things I love about frozen raspberries for my girls (and myself) include:

They have about 80 calories/cup.

Compared to other berries, frozen raspberries are one of the lowest in natural sugar.

They’re an excellent source of Vitamin C!

Frozen raspberries are frozen when they’re really ripe… this keeps all the nutrients they have in tact.

Raspberries are an excellent source of fiber. Eating fiber helps make you feel full faster.

Frozen raspberries are easy to use and are available all year!

Using frozen raspberries may help you waste less food.

Frozen raspberries are naturally sweet!

Frozen raspberries grow until they’re completely ripe. Then, they’re frozen really quickly. This helps them taste their best and saves most of their nutrients. They’re sweet and tart, and taste good in a lot of different recipes! You can add frozen raspberries to smoothies, yogurt, and even as toppings on toast. (You guys know how I love my toast!)

And they may even help you waste less food. You can take as many as you need or want from the bag and then close it back up and place what’s left in the freezer, and you don’t have to worry about spoilage happening quickly like you do with fresh produce.


What you’ll need

To get started, you’ll need the following 5 ingredients:

  • Raspberries: I used fresh raspberries in this recipe, but frozen will work as well.
  • Banana: The banana will naturally add sweetness and thicken the smoothie. Ripe bananas work best.
  • Yogurt: The yogurt adds tanginess and protein. I used Greek yogurt in this recipe but if you’d prefer a vegan option, I suggest using a coconut or almond milk yogurt.
  • Milk: I used almond milk but any kind of milk works just as well, such as regular dairy milk, cashew milk, oat milk, or coconut milk. Note that adding coconut milk will change the flavor.
  • Honey or maple syrup: This is optional and can be omitted. You can also use another type of sweetener but may just need to adjust the amount.
  • A cup of ice: Skip the ice if you’re using frozen raspberries and banana as that will thicken and cool the smoothie.

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Make smoothie bowl- Pour mixture in a bowl and decorate the top with frozen berries, chopped nuts and dried fruits. You can even top it with Homemade Granola.

Strawberry raspberry smoothie- Add 1/3 cup frozen strawberries.

Mango raspberry smoothie- Add 1/2 cup frozen or fresh mangoes.

Add blueberries– Mix in about 1/4 cup fresh or frozen blueberries.

Add healthy greens- Such as kale or spinach.

Add avocado- Use just half. It would make it very rich and creamy.

Use other sweeteners- Such as granulated sugar, brown sugar, artificial sweeteners or maple syrup.

Add other fruits– Such as apples, blackberries, peaches or whatever fruits you have on hand. They can be fresh or frozen.

Use vegan milk– Such as almond milk, soy milk, cashew milk, coconut milk, oat milk.

Add protein powder– 1 tbsp should be a good amount. Be sure to pick a flavor that compliments the other flavors in this drink. You can even add some unflavored collagen powder.

Add seeds– Such as chia seeds or flax seeds. This gives a nutritional boost.

Add nut butters– Such as almond butter, cashew butter or other mild-tasting butters. If you pick a strong nut butter, it will over-power the fruit flavors.


Nutrition facts

  • calories: 288
  • cholesterol: 0mg
  • dietary fiber: 7.3g
  • potassium: 802mg
  • protein: 11.1g
  • saturated fat: 1.2g
  • sodium: 151mg
  • total fat: 7.6g

Disclaimer: Everyone with inflammatory bowel disease is different. We recognize that some ingredients listed in this recipe may be a trigger food for some people. Please feel free to omit or substitute any ingredients that don’t work for you.

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    • 1 ripe banana
    • 1 cup of frozen raspberries
    • 1 cup of ice
    • 1 cup of plain yogurt make sure it's yogurt made for drinking as it is much lighter, if you can't find yogurt use 1 cup of milk.
    • 2 teaspoons of sugar

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