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Making Banana Smoothie: A Step-by-Step Guide

Making Banana Smoothie A Step-by-Step Guide

Making Banana Smoothie: A Step-by-Step Guide: You can eat a banana smoothie for breakfast or as a snack, and it’s both healthy and tasty. Plus you only need three things to make them from scratch! The sweet, ripe bananas and coconut milk in this vegan banana smoothie make it delicious.

Making Banana Smoothie: A Step-by-Step Guide

About this Banana Smoothie

I always have bananas on hand because I love making smoothies. Several of my favourite recipes use this sweet, starchy fruit! I could eat Egg less Banana Pancakes, Banana Cake, Banana Bread, Banana Muffins, and Banana Milkshakes all day.

Maybe that’s too much for one day. However, I still love bananas and wanted to make a banana-tastic smoothie to add to my banana-all-day wish list. You can make smoothies or juices from almost any produce. You only need a soft fruit, a liquid to make it drinkable, and a good blender or mixer.

I use ripe bananas about to brown in this easy 3-ingredient banana smoothie because they are sweet enough without sugar. Bananas blended with thin coconut milk add tropical flavour and creaminess. A healthy pinch of cinnamon adds smokiness and sweetness!

I usually make healthy, filling vegan banana smoothies for breakfast. They’re great to blend for a quick snack or lighter dessert.

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Make Banana Smoothie

  • Peel and chop 3 large bananas. Add to blender.
  • Here, I used overripe bananas. Since they’re too sweet, no sweetener is needed.
  • Pour ½ cup lite coconut milk and ¼ teaspoon ground cinnamon powder. Replace cinnamon powder with ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract or use both.
  • Add 1–2 tablespoons of your preferred sweetener for a sweeter taste.
  • Cover the jar and blend until smooth.
  • Smooth and creamy smoothies are ideal. Serve in two glasses.
  • To finish, add toasted nuts and seeds. I occasionally add chia seeds. This is optional but recommended to make the smoothie more filling, nutritious, and crunchy.
  • This recipe uses toasted sunflower, pumpkin, white sesame, and flax seeds. You can add your favourite nuts or toasted seeds.
  • Serve banana smoothies now.

Banana shake benefits

Nutrient-rich. Unlike chips, mac ‘n’ cheese, or a bagel, every bite of a banana is packed with nutrients. …

  • Weight gain support. Banana shakes are a great way to hit your weight gain goals.
  • Weight loss aid.
  • Workout boost.
  • Hangover cure.
  • Healthy skin fuel.

Banana Smoothie Variations And Tips

Bananas: Most ripened sweet bananas make good smoothies. You can also use frozen or overripe bananas. Iced bananas make a thick smoothie. Pre-freeze the bananas for two hours before making the smoothie.

Other fruits: Some fruits go well with bananas. A fiber-rich smoothie can include mango, strawberries, blueberries, and avocado.

Sweetness:You can sweeten the smoothie with your favourite sweetener. Choose maple syrup, raw sugar, coconut sugar, or brown sugar. Honey works for non-vegans.

Nut butters: A creamy, rich smoothie with healthy fats can be made with almond, cashew, or peanut butter. Try unsweetened nut butters.

Liquids: I prefer almond or coconut milk for fruit smoothies and milkshakes, but you can use oat, rice, or soy milk.

Protein: Blend 1–2 tablespoons of protein powder or 1 tablespoon of moringa powder into the smoothie for protein. For more fibre and protein, add ground flax seeds (flax meal).

Vegetarian version: Milk, yoghurt, or greek yoghurt can be used to make this smoothie vegetarian. Ayurvedic principles say milk or yoghurt with banana can be heavy on the stomach.

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