Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

Printed this recipe from Better Homes & Gardens site,and it is so good! I chop up any unused banana or ones that are getting too ripe and toss them in the freezer so i have them on hand when i want one of these.Buy a frozen triple berry mix and you are all set! You can use regular orange juice or i have even tried using the Tropicana blends(such as the tropical blend,Peach&Mango etc....) I whip them up for a healthy addition to my little ones breakfasts or snack and they love them! Have also served to brunch/breakfast guests and they have been very well received.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In blender combine frozen banana pieces,desired berries,orange juice and yogurt.
  2. Blend until smooth.
  3. Garnish each drink with fresh sliced strawberries if desired.


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Smoothies have become a special treat with visiting youngsters this summer, this one is excellent. I just had to make one with a frozen banana! Using an unfrozen banana made for an equally good smoothie, so don't let not having a frozen one on hand stop you from making this delicious drink. I will be keeping some cut bananas in the freezer for future use. I cut back on the orange juice. (it worked well with vanilla ice cream too!) Thank you sharing this Smoothie,it too is in my keeper file.

Gerry August 23, 2005

Very nice smoothie! A little too much OJ in it for my liking but I did like the hint of vanilla yogurt. I'll make this again with a little less OJ and it'll be perfect-o! Thanks for a refreshing treat!!!

Breeze144 August 20, 2005

Very good recipe. I didn't add the banana, just some extra berries. I did add 1/4 cup splenda to my mix, berries were to tart. I doubled the recipe for 2 people. Thanks for the wonderful recipe, I'll go back and enjoy my smoothie now. CHEERS!

Sunshine January 08, 2005

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