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Low Calorie Strawberry Banana Smoothie Recipe

Low Calorie Strawberry Banana Smoothie Recipe

Low Calorie Strawberry Banana Smoothie Recipe
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Sometimes simple smoothies are the best smoothies. This You won't believe that this is a low calorie smoothie once you tasted the strawberry banana recipe for a refreshing day-If you can't get a Maui Wowi smoothie, here is the next best thing.

Sometimes simple smoothies are the best smoothies. This is a very simple 2-fruit smoothie with yogurt for protein. Adding Stevia can give it a taste you don't like, but try it first. If you don' t like it, use a little sugar or honey to sweeten the smoothie.




8 Mins
2 Mins
Ready In
10 Mins

  1. Blend until creamy and delicious, which won't take long.
    • Tom
    • February 12, 2009

    I just made this and it is excellent. What an easy and great recipe to make a great tasting natural smoothie. I didn’t even add the sugar.

    • amanda
    • March 18, 2009

    Non fat? Sounds great cant wait to get home and try it!

    • Liz
    • May 31, 2009

    I was wondering what type of yogurt is used: plain, strawberry, strawberry banana?

      • Blender Man
      • June 4, 2009

      Your choice. But I would select strawberry. All the options you suggest will be delicious.

    • Brittany
    • June 17, 2009

    This recipe is very deceptive! 1banana is usually around 184 calories. 1 cup of strawberries averages 144 calories. Light and fit yogurt is 110 calories per cup. this is a total of 438 calories. if you add a packet of real sugar that would bring it up to 453 calories. 438 calories is not low-cal by any means for a smoothie! Try some of the Women’s Health lo-cal smoothie recipes- they’re yummy, filling, and packed with protien!

    • Anonymous
    • June 21, 2009

    The strawberries that I eat have 44 calories in a serving, bananas 105 calories each, and 80 calories for NON FAT yogurt. This makes 5 cups, which I would say is a healthy 2 servings at 20 ounces or 114 calories per huge serving.

    • Jason
    • July 12, 2009

    Your Numbers are a little off

    A large banana 8-9″ long is 120 calories.
    One cup sliced strawberries 53 calories.
    There are lower cups of yogurt but lets say 110

    Total 273…

    An inch smaller banana saves 20 calories. I can’t imagine a smoothie much healthier than 2 fruits and a yogurt…

      • Rolanda
      • January 22, 2013

      no need to argue

    • Raul Gurdian
    • March 5, 2010

    I was pleased to find and read about low calorie Smoothies and I want to Tank You R. G

    • CAB
    • April 5, 2010

    this is amazing! i just made it. I used strawberry yogurt and left out the sugar. tastes great

    • Rita
    • May 26, 2010

    It is very delicious- I used strawberries, bananas, but i also added some mango and kiwi- it is AMAZING! I also used low-fat strawberry yogurt instead of plain, as i don’t like plain.

    • Andie
    • July 16, 2010

    You shouldn’t be arguing about calories in bananas and strawberries. They are natural foods that are meant to be consumed. They have great health benefits so I never count calories in fruits and vegetables.

    • kelly
    • July 30, 2010

    try just frozen strawberries low fat milk and a little light cool whip for a more like icecream taste

      • Rolanda
      • January 22, 2013

      sounds great

    • Cynthia
    • August 13, 2010

    Just starting on the smoothies, want to use them to lose weight, going to use them on a fast, trying to break old eating habits. Moving off meats,breads I think this sound like it will help.

    • Kent
    • September 9, 2010

    I found that by adding some chocolate syrup (about 1/3 cup) and some whipped cream, it is even more delicious!

    • Anonymous
    • September 14, 2010

    Banana-Large 122 calories per serving
    Whole Strawberries 48 calories per serving cup
    Yoplait Original Low Fat Yogurt 170 calories per serving

    • Anonymous
    • February 3, 2011

    I made one for 233 for the whole thing of 117 for each of 2 servings.

    6 inch banana- 105 calories
    1 cup strawberries- 49 calories
    Dannon light and fit strawberry banana- 80 calories
    I didnt add sugar.

      • Blender Man
      • February 5, 2011

      Nice recipe change.

    • Anonymous
    • April 10, 2011

    Just made this smoothie. I’m very satisfied.

    • Anonymous
    • May 4, 2011

    Try almond cup 60 calories!

    • Shannon
    • May 5, 2011

    I am on the new Weight Watchers Points Plus program, and this smoothie is great! It amounts to two points the way I made it following the new program:

    1/2 cup non-fat plain yogurt = 1 point
    1/2 cup fat free milk = 1 point
    1 cup strawberries = 0 points
    2 small bananas = 0 points
    3 ice cubes
    1 tsp. vanilla

    Put in blender and I had a large tumbler-full that filled me up! I might add that the new Weight Watchers program that began January, 2011, is amazing!

    • Anonymous
    • May 22, 2011

    delicious! strawberry yogurt went very well.

    • Becca
    • June 1, 2011

    If you use Kemps Strawberry Frozen Yogurt it’s only 70 calories a cup and there is so much of it I cut it in 1/2.then its about 120 calories, or 105 if you used the fro-yo!


    • Richele
    • June 13, 2011

    Almond milk would be a substitute for the yogurt?

    • paatty
    • July 19, 2011

    i also add some tofu for protein..and 1/4 c oj..if necessary…still makes a very low fat…excellent smoothie..oh yeah..and most of my fruit i freeze.
    (I throw fruit in the freezer when it is getting a little over ripe…and pretty soon i have enough!

    • Liza
    • August 19, 2011

    1 cup of strawberries (54 cal)
    8 oz of Minute Maid Light grape juice (15 cal)
    2 TB of Plain Non fat yogurt (25 cal)
    Ice ( to your liking)
    Splenda or Stevia, blend and yum! makes a pretty good size serving

    • Kat
    • November 19, 2011

    I added 2 tbsp of peanut butter and some wheat germ, now I’m hooked!

    • Jackie
    • November 24, 2011

    why are you on this website? every single fruit and veggie is going to have calories. they are healthful and the calories that are in them DO NOT come from fat. most of the recipes on this site have fruits or veggies.

    • Ashley
    • November 30, 2011

    I just made this with frozen strawberries instead of ice.. it was really good and the serving was huge!

    • anonymous
    • March 28, 2012

    cant wait 2 try it :) <3

    • PMSJL
    • April 2, 2012

    Used non-fat Greek yogurt, frozen strawberries, one small banana and no sugar…Nice taste and smoother than expected. Thanks!

    • Kate
    • April 6, 2012

    I made this, and it was very thick for me for some reason so I add ff milk. Delicious and mega filling…love that I can pour it in a cup and head to work drinking a great breakfast!

    • Mr. Caliente
    • May 31, 2012

    For yogurt add vanilla Greek it has around 13g of protein per serving and don’t add sugar

      • Blender Man
      • June 7, 2012

      I am a huge fan of Greek yogurt. Too tart for some, but I love it!

    • Lynn
    • June 7, 2012

    I use 1/2 cup NF milk, 1 med banana, 1 1/4 cup strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries with 2 stevia, plus 1 1/2 cup of ice. It’s heavenly and very filling. Sometimes I share with my daughter.

    • Ashley
    • June 13, 2012

    I used plain greek yogurt, and added two packets of splenda (an extra packet to compensate for the tartness of the greek yogurt). It tastes absolutely fantastic, and I think it’s a little creamier than what you might get using regular yogurt.

    • alycia
    • July 7, 2012

    It was perfect I tried using great value low fat yogurt and blended it till it was smooth not creamy

    • Kirsty
    • August 12, 2012

    Hi I was wondering if I made it the night before would it taste just as good a making it then drinking it straight away???

    • Christine
    • September 26, 2012

    wow, this taste delicious, I did not even use yogurt,, I will try with yogurt next time.

    • Sally
    • November 3, 2012

    Do you think I could make it with non-fat peach yogurt?

      • Blender Man
      • November 3, 2012

      Of course, modifying smoothie recipes is encouraged.

    • Becky Everett Kitchens
    • January 1, 2013

    I always did with non fat vanilla yogurt and frozen strawberries. If I needed an extra boost I would use protein powder to help increase my protein for the day if I was doing mostly fruits and veggies for the day.

    • carmen
    • April 16, 2013

    Tried this recipe for my health project item it turned out great didn’t even need sugar this is a great recipe

    • Jackie
    • March 8, 2016

    Are these smoothies good for losing weight

  1. Reply

    Why on earth would you want to add additional sweetener (sugar, stevia, whatever, etc.) to bananas and strawberries? Seriously?

  2. Reply

    @Jackie: I am afraid that this one won’t as there’s almost no protein in it and the sugar from the fruit will only satisfy you for a short amount of time. If you add a portion of a low-carb protein powder (soy, whey) the smoothie/shake will be a good meal replacement (e.g. breakfast, lunch).


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