I love the way Banana makes a smoothie smoother and thicker. But I love the berry flavours of blueberry and raspberry. I have also slimmed down my smoothie recipe by adding only half a banana, and 1/2 cup of orange juice with 1/2 cup of water. It lets the berry flavours come through and tastes less sweet!
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I also find bananas to be a nice base for smoothies. Avocado sounds like a strange ingredient, but you won't taste it and the smoothie will become even silkier and turn a nice shade of green. One of my favorite smoothies is: one banana, half an avocado, half an orange and a handful of blueberries. yum!
I like making smoothies with bananas as a base and strawberries for the great flavors. This is my all time favorite smoothie.
I like the combination of ripe mangoes and bananas, papaya and banana, mango and papaya; banana, mango and papaya.
I like bananas with strawberries. Or strawberries with kiwi. I find those 2 blend really well together.
I used to work part time at a smoothie shop myself. More popular combinations were sweet tropical fruits, such as banana and mango or pineapple and yogurt. MY personal favorites are the milder flavors, like banana and yogurt. A cool idea for a smoothie would be sweet and salty maybe? Perhaps making a granola/cashew/yogurty/mango thing. I haven't tried it, but I'm sure it would taste really good~
I always add a sweeter fruit like mangos or bananas with a citrus fruit to balance out the flavors. Smoothies are pretty easy to make. I usually just use whatever is in season!
I also sneak in some spinach or kale. Believe me, you can't even taste the greens with all the sweet fruits to mask it.
I love the combinations banana and mango or pineapple and yogurt.
by Recently Awakened 6 years ago
What is your favorite fruit to use in a smoothie?
by Markie 4 years ago
I apologize for posting my breakfast a little late but let me give you the recipe to my zestfully delicious Strawberry Banana Bonsai Smoothie, it is 100% alkaline.All I did was blend 6 or so strawberries and 1 banana. When I poured my smoothie into my glass I added one tablespoon of chia and...
by cynthiaalise 7 years ago
What is your favorite smoothie?I am partial to berries my self feel free to post links to your recipes.
by HubPages 8 years ago
how to make a banana smoothie
by flashmakeit 6 years ago
What is your favorite fruit and how often do you eat it?
by Venkatachari M 2 years ago
How do you store Banana fruits for more than 2 days?I am fed up with it. We can't store them in a fridge. And keeping outside also does not work. They get black and begin rotting within 2 days. I have to buy only 6 to 8 each time. That is our 2 days consumption. If I buy more, I have to throw them...
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