Banana Split Smoothie

 

The smoothie that looks and tastes like a dessert. 

 

Banana Split Smoothie --- FamilyFreshMeals.com

 

Welcome back to Smoothie Sunday! This Banana Split Smoothie is the girls’ absolute favorite smoothie. Many times after dinner, they will BEG for it as a dessert.

 

I don’t know about you, but I would much prefer my kiddos sipping on this fruit and yogurt packed smoothie, than a handful of cookies or ice cream. 

 

It’s also fun to surprise the kids with a Banana Split Smoothie for breakfast. Seriously, wouldn’t this be a super awesome way to start the day?!

 

Note: If you do not have frozen fruit to use for the smoothies, fresh fruit will work just fine. If using fresh fruit, make sure to add a handful of ice to the other ingredients before blending. The frozen fruit just adds that cold element to make an ice cold drink. 

 

 

Banana Split Smoothie

(Makes 2 large smoothies)

Ingredients:

3/4 cups plain Greek yogurt

2 cups frozen strawberries

1 large banana, sliced

1 cup chocolate milk ( chocolate almond and or coconut milk are awesome too!)

1 TB honey

(optional: Cherry, whipped cream and sprinkles)

 

 

Directions

Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.  Serve as is or with optional cherry and whipped cream. 

 

Banana Split Smoothie - Family Fresh Meals

 

 

 

 

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Here is what I used to make this Banana Split Smoothie

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Comments

  1. Oh, yum!! My son loves smoothies but we’re in a bit of a rut (mango banana, very good but getting boring) so this sounds like a great one to try. Thanks :)

  2. Im adding this to my Smoothie recipes! =)
    Thanks!

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