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5 Minute Banana Berry Smoothie

Rated as 4.71 out of 5 Stars

"Fresh strawberries, bananas, orange juice, honey, and ice combine to create this delicious smoothie. Quick and easy, too! For a creamier smoothie, milk can be substituted for the orange juice."
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5 m servings 85
Original recipe yields 4 servings


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  1. Blend the ice, strawberries, banana, orange juice, and honey in a blender until smooth.

Nutrition Facts

Per Serving: 85 calories; 0.3 21.4 0.9 0 9 Full nutrition

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Yum! This smoothie is so easy & delicious! I used frozen strawberries so I didn't use any ice at all & it was perfect!

Great smoothie. Liked the taste of the orange juice and honey in this.

Instead of ice, I used frozen strawberries and one whole frozen banana. The boys and I thought this was very tasty. Not too sweet and just the right combination of flavors. Great way to use up l...

I had a recipe like this years ago and had lost/forgotten it. When I made it I used frozen strawberries thereby reducing the need for the ice. Will be making this in the morning!

very nice ,no one flavor overpowers another,rather a nice blend. I used a whole Banana,added halfcup of low fat milk and one big "O" scoup of Vanilla protein powder.

This shake is definitely worth trying since there are only basic ingredients needed. I used organic frozen strawberrys which limited the amount of ice to two cups. The texture was more like an i...

I wouldn't call this a smoothie, but a slush. It was very refreshing, though!

Really good. I was looking for a smoothie that didn't require either milk or yogurt. I subbed the orange juice for pineapple juice, which added a nice twist.

Fruity, delicious and refreshing!