The banana and raspberry smoothie recipe tastes deliciously fresh, especially when prepared with frozen berries. The frozen raspberries make it a special treat throughout the year.
Thaw the berries before blending when the outcome should be at room temperature like a healthy breakfast substitute. The frozen version makes for a special dessert.
Blending some oats with the fruits results in a drink that provides more sustenance for longer. For variation add some vanilla essence.
It is in the cooks' hands what base liquid to add. Raspberries work well with full cream milk or yogurt as well as with kefir. The liquid base determines how creamy the smoothie tastes.
Easily the smoothie supports a vegan diet, by choosing a nut-milk, soy-milk or rice-milk. The amount of liquid in relation to fruit decides on the runniness of the drink.
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The banana and raspberry smoothie recipe amounts are one serving. Add more fruit and liquid to increase it easily.
Prep time: 5 minutes
Cook time: 0 minutes
Yield: 1 glass
Cuisine: New Zealand
Suitable: Vegetarian Diet
Some require more sweetness in the smoothie, then consider adding a pitted date.
A spice that boosts the natural flavor and sweetness is vanilla essence. Add one or both ingredients before blending.
Enjoy your smoothie in a tumbler with straw!
The banana and raspberry smoothie tastes deliciously fresh. Using frozen fruits makes this smoothie a special treat on hot summer days as a snack or desert.
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