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Peach Banana Smoothie

peach banana smoothieWhen I was in college, I ate a creamsicle smoothie from the café by my dorm almost every day. They were delicious and horribly unhealthy, primarily made from of orange juice and ice cream. Since then, I have just assumed that all smoothies are high in calories. I never bothered to investigate. A couple of Mondays ago, I found myself with three brown bananas on the counter and nothing to do with them. Actually, I could think of several things to do with them, but they all involved baked goods. I sure love banana brownies and banana bread and banana cake, so I couldn't make them. Back to the point. I wanted to use up my browning bananas, and something made me think of smoothies. If you're a smoothie pro, you may already make something like this, so I apologize if this is really basic. It also happen to be the best smoothie I'd ever eaten, bar none. Grace has tired of my terrific smoothies, but I have eaten a smoothie for an afternoon snack two or three days a week since I discovered them.

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Peach Banana Smoothie
peach banana smoothie
Servings
8-oz smoothies
Ingredients
  • 3 bananas
  • 1 cup yogurt plain or vanilla, I used Stonybrook Organic French Vanilla.
  • 6 ounces V8 Fusion Peach Mango juice (use whatever flavor you like or even a different kind of juice. V8 Fusion contains veggies and fruits, so I keep it on hand.)
  • 4 cups ice cubes
Servings
8-oz smoothies
Ingredients
  • 3 bananas
  • 1 cup yogurt plain or vanilla, I used Stonybrook Organic French Vanilla.
  • 6 ounces V8 Fusion Peach Mango juice (use whatever flavor you like or even a different kind of juice. V8 Fusion contains veggies and fruits, so I keep it on hand.)
  • 4 cups ice cubes
peach banana smoothie
Instructions
  1. Throw it all in the blender.
  2. Whiz it around til the ice cubes are teeny bits.
  3. Pour into 4 glasses.
Recipe Notes

Each 8-ounce smoothie has 91 calories.

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8 thoughts on “Peach Banana Smoothie”

  1. Oh my goodness! Thank you so very much for posting this recipe–I too have a *slight* problem with creamsicles. Do you think these would freeze well?

  2. I think simple is best for a smoothie, I like them for breakfast and don’t want to do anything complex in the kitchen at that time. I’m sure your smoothie was amazing between the top-quality yogurt, the peach mango juice (never had that, but it sounds so good) and the bananas.

  3. Sounds yummy! I love peaches and bananas…can’t go wrong! Does it taste a lot like the V8 juice? I don’t like that stuff too much for some reason.

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