It’s one of those hot afternoon but not humid days where you can get loads done in the garden. I’m so excited that I am sharing this delicious fruity banana and raspberry smoothie recipe. It is easy to whip up a healthy and totally yummy snack to keep me going this afternoon. Using almond milk is a great way to cut fat and calories and I really love the flavor when you blend it with fresh fruit.
Delicious Fruity Banana Creamer Recipe
Bananas are on my list to purchase every time I go to the grocery store. I love purchasing from Sams or Costco because you can get organic bananas for a cheap price. The banana bundles are loaded with large and ready to use fruit. It never fails I have to freeze up a few because we can’t eat them fast enough. These little frozen banana slices are perfect for mixing up desserts and smoothies when it is a busy day.
Freezing The Banana
You don’t have to get technical when it comes to freezing bananas. All I do is peel the banana and slice the fruit into bite-size pieces. These are the perfect size for almost any smoothie. The banana can stay in the freezer in an airtight container for over 3 months. Mine never make it that long – we eat them quickly in frozen treats.
Banana Raspberry Smoothie Recipe
In today’s post, I am sharing the Delicious Fruity Banana Creamer Recipe that uses fruit I always have on hand and Almond Milk. Here is what you will need. Be sure to scan down and download the recipe card below.
- raspberries frozen
- sliced banana frozen
- frozen orange juice concentrate
- 1 cup of almond milk
Toss the raspberries, sliced banana, orange juice, and almond milk into the slushy maker. Then squeeze until the slushy forms, and enjoy!
Printable Banana Raspberry Smoothie Recipe
Below you will find the printable recipe card. I hope you consider using it by printing or saving PDF to add to your home recipe book notes. ENJOY!
- 1/4 cup of raspberries (frozen)
- 1/2 cup of sliced bananas (frozen)
- 1/4 cup of frozen orange juice concentrate
- 3/4 cup of Almond Milk
- Toss the frozen fruit in the high powered blender first. Then add the remaining ingredients in.
- Use the ‘smoothie’ setting on your b lender or manually do High Speed – Pulse – High Speed Pulse setting for about 5 minutes or until the smoothie is completely mixed.
- Serve right out of the blender immediately!
This recipe is inspired by all the yummy fruit that we grow in our home garden each year.
Thanks for checking out my recipe today!
In conclusion to printing the recipe.. which I really hope you did) Please be sure to comment on my website and tell me what you think. Do you enjoy freezing bananas for use later in fun treats? Do tell!
Happy Banana Freezing,