Berry Banana Smoothie

Berry Banana Smoothie

A smoothie is a drink made out of blended fresh fruit; it can also contain ice, sweeteners such as honey or sugar, milk, ice cream and/or yoghurt. Similar to milkshake in consistency it is often referred to as its healthy variation. This type of drink started to come out during the 1930’s in the United States West Coast and it was initially based on Brazilian recipe. During those days the popular ones are the banana and pineapple smoothie variants. Then in mid-1960 there was resurgence in macrobiotic vegetarianism and smoothies became really popular as it was served in health food stores and restaurants and the rest was history.


For this recipe it won’t be as healthy as the original smoothie as I always use vanilla ice cream instead of yoghurt, but trust me this will make any bad day turn into good.

Ingredients

2 pcs banana, sliced or smashed
8 pcs strawberries, frozen
8 pcs raspberry, frozen
8 pcs ice cubes, crushed
1 cup vanilla ice cream (or yoghurt)
1 cup milk


Method

  1. Place all ingredients in a blender then blend until smooth.
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21 Responses

  1. nors says:

    Pre, tinda namin yan sa dfc ha. Tropical, banana, berry banana, fejoa, apple mango etc…..paorder sarap nyan sa summer.

  2. Guia Obsum says:

    Ah, delicious! Would like to have some right now. πŸ™‚

  3. Dawne says:

    You should try freezing peeled ripe bananas in plastic wrap and putting them in the blender first (minus the plastic wrap of course) -gives the thick consistency of using ice cream but without the added calories. Also a great way to use up the really ripe bananas…

  4. anita triana says:

    Great ideas, are always interesting and delicious.Thank you of you brilliant recipe

    grea

  5. I could see this for breakfast! W/ vanilla icecream! πŸ™‚

  6. Joanne says:

    OMG I want to CHUG that glass!!!! I think I might have to go make a smoothie RIGHT NOW!

  7. Kristy says:

    Mmmmm….ice cream for me too!!! πŸ™‚

  8. Can’t wait for the local strawberries to come in!

  9. meri says:

    I didn’t know smoothies had Brazilian roots! I think its interesting how many different things people consider “smoothies,” its a difficult thing to pinpoint what it means.

  10. Aileen says:

    Yuuum. I always like my milkshake in plain strawberry; but mixing in bananas isn’t bad either πŸ˜‰

  11. I am going to make this tomorrow after I buy ice cream or yogurt (maybe I should get yogurt huh…)! My kids will thank you (and me!). =)

  12. Oh this is sooooooo perfect for the summer πŸ˜€

    And in classic En Route style, susubukan namin dagdagan ito ng konting alcohol… πŸ˜›

  13. Simply Tia says:

    This one I’m gonna try! If not today then definitely tomorrow.

  14. Scrumptious!
    πŸ™‚ Mandy

  15. nancyc says:

    That smoothie looks so good and refreshing!

  16. foodjaunts says:

    Love smoothies πŸ™‚ I always use frozen mango and pineapple, but it might be time to change it up a bit and give some strawberries a shot.

  17. Love 2 Type says:

    if only strawberry comes cheap in philippines.. this would be great for the summer

  18. Carolyn Chan says:

    Yum. Bursting with berry goodness.

  1. December 3, 2015

    […] you do so just put anything you can’t finish in 3-4 days in the freezer so you can use them for smoothies later […]

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