Favoruite Smoothie Recipies

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  1. R-J-T profile image60
    R-J-Tposted 7 years ago


    I have just begun building a post on "101 smoothie recipies" on my blog I have recently started creating and was wondering whether anyone would be kind enough to donate there favoruite smoothie recipies to add in the post.


    1. Greg Sage profile image38
      Greg Sageposted 7 years ago

      I've made more than I can count, and the way I do it is completely unlike the smoothie places, but everyone who has ever tried them likes them much better than anything you can buy.

      I often make variations at parties as well.

      I do different flavors, but the key is NO FILLER.  No sugar, no ice.

      I start by freezing SLIGHTLY over-ripe bananas.  When they get just past the ripe phase, the balance of sugar shifts, and they become sweeter. 

      The bananas provide the milkshake style thickness.

      The rest of the fruit is frozen.  (REAL fruit... not that syrupy crap.)  By using frozen fruit, I get a smoothie that doesn't need ice, has more than twice the amount of fruit, and MUCH more flavor than the stuff at the smoothie bars.

      A couple favorites:

      1 banana
      6 ounces of acai/blueberry GoodBelly
      handfull of blueberries
      Handfull of strawberies
      You can add yogurt if you like, but it's not necessary


      1 banana
      8 ounces of coconut water
      1 handfull of pineapple
      2 strawberries
      Again, I don't add yogurt, but it wouldn't kill it

      These are very thick and sweet.  Adding sugar would be overkill.  The amount of flavor per sip is FAR more than the common ice-filled varieties.


      1. R-J-T profile image60
        R-J-Tposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Thanks Greg Sage

        The recipes look amazing. I will be trying them later no doubt.

        Are you giving me persmission to add them to my post? And if yes what would you want in exchange.


    2. Greg Sage profile image38
      Greg Sageposted 7 years ago

      no problem.

      I cook all kinds of things, but I never measure, so "handfull" will have to do for now.

      Not looking for anything.  It's not my topic for writing, so knock yourself out.

    3. Monisajda profile image71
      Monisajdaposted 7 years ago

      My fave is:

      one medium ripe banana
      two cups of fresh strawberries
      enough orange juice (without added sugar - I use Trader Joe's) to cover the fruit in the blender

      That's it. Enjoy! (you can use it for your blog)

      1. fostermom profile image60
        fostermomposted 7 years agoin reply to this

        Is there a way to make smoothie with very little sugar content ?

    4. Rafini profile image88
      Rafiniposted 7 years ago

      1 banana

      add 1/2 serving or a small handful of frozen fruit of choice:


      or mixed berries

      1 scoop sherbet (flavor of choice)
      1 scoop vanilla ice cream (or yogurt)

      fill blender to 1 serving mark with juice of choice (add more if necessary) and blend til smooth.  add 3 ice cubes, blend til smooth.  serve & enjoy!

    5. kerlynb profile image85
      kerlynbposted 7 years ago

      I go for the rise-and-shine smoothie with virgin coconut oil.


      - mangoes/bananas
      - coconut flakes
      - virgin coconut oil
      - non-fat chocolates


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