This delicious banana boost smoothie will give you such a great start to the day. With vitamin E and calcium from the bananas this is a great instant energy booster. Plus it’s only 378 calories!
The health benefits of smoothies, like this delicious banana smoothie are numerous.
Not only are they a quick and easy way to get essential vitamins and minerals from the added fruits.
But also vital nutrients like antioxidants, folic acid and calcium to name but a few.
This banana boost smoothie is just one of so many tasty smoothie recipes that I love that will give you those health benefits.
I have this banana boost smoothie as a refreshing “pick me up” if I find my energy levels begin to drop during the day.
It’s so simple to make.
Plus it’s certainly much better than reaching for a chocolate bar.
That’s what I used to do before I started following the 80/20 rule for eating. And managed to loose 2 stones in weight!
Smoothie are a great way of helping to lose weight as part of an active lifestyle.
Other Smoothie Recipes You Might Like
If you like this banana smoothie then you might also like to try my other popular smoothie recipes :-
Mango Peach and Passion Fruit Smoothie – Deliciously creamy tasting, healthy and packed with nourishing wholesome ingredients.
Raspberry and Pear Smoothie – Packed full of protein, calcium and potassium and it’s really low in calories too.
Blueberry Apple Smoothie – Gives you a good shot of vitamin C, adds to your daily fibre requirements and contains valuable antioxidants.
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Banana Boost Smoothie Recipe
Make this recipe your own by trying it with different milks or garnishes.
I’d love to hear what you think of my recipe in the comments below and please do rate my recipe 5* if you like it! 🙂
- 2 ripe bananas
- 500 ml skimmed milk you could use almond milk
- 40 g ground almonds
- Optional – a drop of honey a pinch of cinnamon
- Completely peel the bananas and slice them. If you have time freeze the banana for at least 1 – 2 hours in an airtight container.
- Place the banana, chosen milk, ground almonds and optional ingredients into a food processor or blender.
- Blitz the mixture until smooth.
- Pour into 2 glasses and serve immediately