Our Strawberry Banana Smoothie Recipe is made without yogurt. It’s a quick and easy breakfast solution. My kids have been enjoying this recipe for years. This recipe uses just a few ingredients and is full of flavor and nutrients. Kids and adults love this for a quick breakfast or snacks!
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Back to school routines are not easy for most of us. In New York, school starts in just a few weeks! It’s time to organize easy back to school recipes!
Strawberry Banana Smoothie without Yogurt
I am sharing one of my easiest recipes with you today. Enjoy a Strawberry Banana Smoothie without yogurt.
The smoothie is made with strawberries, bananas, milk, and for the kids, Barlean’s Omega Pals Straw-nana flavored fish oil. This is great way to get Omega-3’s into your kids.
No need to add yogurt to the smoothie. The flavors and the thickness of the fruit smoothie is perfect
To make our mornings easy, we use our Hamilton Beach, Proctor Silex Mini Blender. Easy to use. A quick clean up on busy mornings too!
Can I make this smoothie ahead of time?
Make the smoothie in the morning. Keep it in a cold thermos for a few up to 3-4 hours.
What type of milk is best to make this smoothie?
We use 2% milk to make this smoothie. Use your favorite milk, soy, or nut milk.
Can I replace banana in the smoothie recipe?
Absolutely. Feel free to use mango, papaya, apricots, pears, or peaches.
Strawberry Banana Smoothie variations:
- Make it plain strawberry or banana.
- Use almond milk for a vegan smoothie.
- Add honey if you need a sweetener.
- Chia seeds are a great addition to a good smoothie.
Tips to make a great Strawberry Banana Smoothie:
- Freeze your strawberries to ensure a nice cold smoothie.
- Use very cold milk.
- Ripe bananas are best for smoothies.
- Feel free to freeze bananas for smoothies.
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- Barlean’s Fish Oil – Barlean’s has great fish oils for children through adults. I love adding their oil to smoothies.
- Proctor Silex Mini Blender – Such an easy blender to work. Great for a quick smoothie.
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Enjoy some of my other smoothie recipes:
Green Smoothie: A delicious smoothie filled with veggies and fruit.
Cranberry Orange Smoothie: A personal favorite and I loving using Holiday cranberry relish to make this smoothie.
Triple Berry Smoothie: A big bang of flavor and a great smoothie.
How to Make a Strawberry Banana Smoothie
- Pour milk into a blender.
- Add Barlean’s flax oil.
- Mix in bananas.
- Add in frozen strawberries.
- Place top on blender. Mix well.
Serve and enjoy
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Strawberry Banana Smoothie
- 1 cup milk Note 1
- 1 cup strawberries
- 1 medium banana, peeled and sliced.
- 1 teaspoon Barlean's Omega Fans
- Add to a blender milk, strawberries, bananas, and Barlean's Omega Fans.
- Mix well for about 1 minute.
- Pour into glass and garnish with a strawberry wedge.
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