4-ingredient tropical banana smoothie not only tastes amazing but takes just five minutes to make. With a delicious creamy texture it’s not only refreshing but also revitalising and rejuvenating. Start your day with a ray of sunshine thanks to this healthy banana smoothie recipe!
Folks, this 4-ingredient tropical banana smoothie is just what you need for a quick boost of vitamins and minerals right at the start of the day!
Made with tasty bananas, sweet juicy pineapple chunks, skimmed milk and ground almonds, this fruit smoothie is sure to become one of your favorite smoothie recipes.
In fact, I’m even going to go as far as to claim that as you sip down this tasty creamy sweet banana smoothie you could be mistaken for thinking you’re in the tropics!
This simple banana smoothie was devised by me taking my original and equally easy popular Banana Boost Smoothie and adding the pineapple as a tropical twist.
It’s recipes like this tropical banana smoothie that I’m hoping I can find in some of the places we’re staying on our hike of the West Highland Way next week for breakfast. To give us all the energy and boost that we need on a daily basis to help us complete its 96 miles!
Normally the popular route is from South to North, finishing at Fort William but I’m not normal so we’re doing it our way. 🙂
Actually, North to South is the way I did it previously with Mike (that’s him in this Geal Charn And A’Mharconaich post) 6 years ago and it was great passing everybody on their way up as it was less busy!
Now, I’m not sure if those places on the West Highland Way that we stay at will have a Optimum VAC2 Air Vacuum Blender (they should!).
You see that’s what I made this tropical banana smoothie with and I really cannot be without this valuable piece of kitchen equipment now. It’s my blender for life, and could be yours too!
Remember if you use a Optimum VAC2 Air Vacuum Blender you’ve the added benefit of your smoothie staying fresher for longer!
The blender has revolutionary vacuum technology which eliminates the oxidation process by drawing the air (oxygen), which can lead to the destruction of nutrients in food, out of the blending jug so you can enjoy maximum benefits.
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How to Make 4-Ingredient Tropical Banana Smoothie
- Place all ingredients into blender and blend until smooth.
- Substitute the milk for almond milk if you want this recipe to be vegan.
- To sweeten up add a drop of maple syrup.
- To spice up a little add a pinch of cinnamon.
4-Ingredient Tropical Banana Smoothie Recipe
This healthy smoothie recipe is chocked full of essential nutrients and provides a quarter of the daily protein you need too. If you struggle to eat your recommended 5 portions of fruit and veg on a daily basis, a smoothie like this can help!
I’d love to hear what you think of my recipe in the comments below and please do rate my recipe if you like it! 🙂
- 2 ripe bananas chopped
- 400 g pineapple chunks
- 300 ml skimmed milk*
- 40 g ground almonds
Place the banana, pineapple, chosen milk, ground almonds and optional ingredients into a food processor or blender.
- Blitz the ingredients until smooth.
- Pour into 2 glasses and serve immediately.
*You could use almond milk to make this recipe vegan.
** Optional Ingredients – a drop of honey / maple syrup and / or a pinch of cinnamon.
Back to this week though, on Thursday, the final recipe before we head off and take a week’s break, I hope you can join me for a fantastic One Pot Chorizo and Lamb Stew.
Catch you then. 😉
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