Frozen Banana Smoothie


The simplicity of a banana served from the freezer and the addition of any fruit of your choice. You can’t go wrong with this and the vanilla extract will make this a favorite simple smoothie recipe.

Frozen Banana Smoothie Recipe

  • 2 frozen bananas
  • Vanilla extract
  • Sliced seasonal fruit

Cut frozen banana into 4 pieces and cut away peel and discard. In blender, blend banana until thick and smooth.
Add a dash of vanilla extract and blend again. Scoop out and serve with fresh sliced seasonal fruit.

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  1. Reply Kate July 22, 2013

    Do we have to use seasonal fruit? Can we put as much vanilla extract as we want?

    • Reply Smoothie Guy July 22, 2013

      Sorry, this is one of our older recipes. We have gotten much better at this. But to answer your question, you should add a dash or vanilla extract and feel free to add a cup of strawberries or blueberries in place of seasonal fruit.

      • Reply Kate July 23, 2013

        Umm…. The problem is that I live in a country where those kinds of fruits are very expensive, so will the smoothie still be good without the seasonal fruits?

        • Reply Smoothie Guy August 1, 2013

          yes, smoothies are very flexible with the fruit you add. Most combinations work just fine.

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