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This is even better if you cut the banana in chunks and freeze it before using. Also even better to use 1 cup milk and put in in the freezer for about 45 min or intil it is slushy before making the smoothie.
I have been experimenting with smoothies lately and my 8 yr old proclaimed this "The best ever" and said we should make it every day. My one year old really enjoyed it too (I thinnned hers down with extra milk). I doubled the recipe, froze the bananas to add some coolness and just blended the honey in with everything instead of drizzling it on at the end. I think I will cut the honey down next time as I though it was a tad sweet.
I changed the drink to make it more of an after dinner snack or dessert. I suggest adding a tablespoon (or more) of nutella as well as a cup of vanilla ice cream. This made it a cold, frothy and slightly chocolately tasting goodie.
Having been recently diagnosed with a yeast condition in which I must stay away from sugar I've been looking for recipes without added sugar. This tasted really more food-like and not so sugary. I used old-fashioned peanut butter and 2 small ripe bananas with 2% milk. It was yummy and satisfying without making you feel bloated from lots of sugar like other smoothies! Thank you Diane.
Fantastic! I loved the texture of the crunchy peanut butter in with this oh so smooth smoothie. I used frozen banana and a little simple syrup instead of honey to sweeten (abt a teaspoon) and about double the milk to bring the smoothie to the right thickness. It was smooth thick creamy and delicious. Definitely one of my favorites.
This is a surprisingly filling mid-morning meal. I've made this dozens of times and here are some tips: - Using a ripe frozen banana you don't really need any added sweetener so I usually skip the honey and it still tastes great. - I use almond milk (unsweetened vanilla) instead of soy which has better richer taste to it. - Add 1/4 cup of old-fashioned oats it really thickens the smoothie and makes the drink more filling too. - Experiment with different nut butters. I've also made this with almond cashew and hazelnut butter all are great but each has its own unique flavor to it. - If you're looking to watch the calories you can use a peanut powder instead of peanut butter (just make sure that peanuts are first in the ingredients list).
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