Strawberry Banana Supreme Smoothie

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I have been asked to include more strawberry smoothies so here you go. It is worth trying to find strawberry nectar to make this smoothie hum. This is a very popular smoothie as it contains strawberry flavors and banana.



Ingredients

  • 1 cup strawberry nectar or apple juice
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 frozen banana
  • 1 1/2 cups frozen strawberries
  • 1 cup strawberry yogurt

Pour all liquid ingredients into the blender. Add all frozen ingredients. Blend at MIX setting for 30 seconds then blend at SMOOTH setting until smooth. While the machine is running, move the stir stick around counter-clockwise to aid mixing. Serve immediately. Each recipe serves 3-5.

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24 Comments

  1. Reply cice319harryp. March 14, 2009

    I love strawberries, my parents have me on a diet to where I can hardly eat anything. I think I have just found my favorite website in the world!!! I love your ideas, so don’t give up!

  2. Reply Jamie June 8, 2009

    Tried this recipe a few minutes ago. Yield is about 1.25L. Had no trouble blending, didn’t need a stir stick or anything.
    Tasted GREAT.
    Thanks

  3. Reply Hannah June 16, 2009

    Just made it. It tasted great! Thanks!

  4. Reply Brooke June 20, 2009

    It tasted pretty good but it was thin because i didnt have yogart! hehe very good though.

  5. Reply Nicole July 13, 2009

    It was great! Adding blueberries also works & tasts awesome! My family really enjoyed it! Thanks so much!

  6. Reply Jayshawna September 10, 2009

    My whole family loves this smoothie! It tastes great :)

  7. Reply Sidni November 21, 2009

    It was very good. I added Blueberries and another banana for flavor. And I also added ice to make it a little bit thicker. Def. plan on making it again.

  8. Reply heather December 23, 2009

    WOW! it was so good!!! I added Ice but soooo good!

  9. Reply Renee January 16, 2010

    I just made this recipe and it turned out GREAT!!!!!!!!! My 1 year old has not like to drink milk since he was taken off of formula and he is actually drinking it and liking it. Thank you for such a great recipe.

  10. Reply Georgia January 26, 2010

    i have to make a healthy a healthy smoothie for my H.E class and i have to do a flyer advertising it so could someone tell me the colour of the smoothie as it will be the background colour for my flyer thanks

  11. Reply Martha May 3, 2010

    Instead of using strawberry nectar or apple juice would I be able to use Orange juice?

    • Reply Blender Man May 3, 2010

      Yes, you can do whatever you like. Orange will add less sweetness than the nectar but more than the apple juice. The acidity will obviously be much higher as well.

  12. Reply CafeKatt May 24, 2010

    I had a similar smoothie this morning with OJ, and plain yogurt instead of strawberry. It is hard to find flavored yogurt without corn syrup. It was very good (I used greek style yogurt).

    • Reply Blender Man May 26, 2010

      I am hooked on Greek yogurt. Could it be I’m 1/4 Greek?

  13. Reply Beth May 24, 2010

    Can u refrigerate the leftovers and use the next day?

    • Reply Blender Man May 26, 2010

      Of course.

  14. Reply fuedue July 28, 2010

    can you use a magic bullet to blend this?

    • Reply Blender Man July 29, 2010

      I use my magic bullet for all the recipes I try. Hasn’t let me down yet. I have had to use less ingredients since my bullet has a smaller glass.

  15. Reply smoothie queen August 16, 2010

    i tried it and it tasted awesome!!

  16. Reply CAMERON February 6, 2011

    THIS IS GOOD

  17. Reply Keisha May 2, 2011

    I think my blender just sucks. Anyone else have to blend longer than a couple minutes? I didn’t know about the stir stick.

  18. Reply Keisha May 2, 2011

    I figured it out!! I added the apple juice (had been using sherbet and ice before) and ditched the ice. THIS IS AMAZING! I had all these ingredients in my fridge to boot :-)

  19. Reply tom January 26, 2012

    Excellent!
    I am just embarking on eating more healthy and this website is awesome!
    The strawberry-banana smoothie tastes just like I bought it from a store.
    Easy to do and so healthy- everyone should have at least one smoothie per day.
    – Dr. Tom

  20. Reply nikola March 23, 2012

    this smoothie is beast keep it up

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