While this is technically a beverage it does make a nice guilt-free dessert after a heavy meal. I used almond milk, frozen banana and honey. DH and I enjoyed a double serving. It was very refreshing on a hot southwestern day. Made for ZWT.
This worked out great. I used a frozen banana because I had some to use up and a packet of stevia for sweetening. The result was a creamy, frothy smoothie much like I used to get at a stand called Frullati--but they charged $4 for theirs. It truly is a guilt-free treat, as well as easy and healthy.
A guilt free healthy dessert! I made this healthier using flax, chia and hemp seeds. Making this drink an omega 3 powerhouse. Omega 3 has lots of protein and fiber and is an essential fatty acid critical for heart health, brain development, reducing inflammation and joint pain, managing depression, preventing dry eyes, lowering cholesterol, controlling high blood pressure, protecting bone health........ I also added coconut oil good for brain health and so much more. I did used frozen strawberries and kefir milk. Make for ZWT #8 the Aztec Challenge. Gracia's!
made last night I love banana and strawberry combo so this was very yumm I used 2% milk and honey to make it sweet enjoyed by entire family made and reviewed for zwt 5 genies of gourmet
Made a double batch as breakfast smoothies but didn't add any sweeterner, it really wasn't missed by the kids who congregate here on their way to school. Thanks from the three of them and me too. Made for ZWT5.
This is yummy and filling. I didn't use any sweetener, as I felt it didn't need any...so good, and guilt-free, like the title says! I could also see making this very bad, by adding a liquor, say vodka or rum! Thanks, KateL - made for ZWT 5.
I made this yesterday since my sister requested a copy-cat of Smoothie King's Angel Food Smoothie. According to Smoothie King, the ingredients are Strawberries, Bananas, Soy Protein, Non-Fat Milk, Vanilla, Turbinado, Honey. I found a recipe similar to this one on a forum; the only difference is that it called for 1/4 cup sugar. 1/4 cup sugar in a smoothie is ridiculous, so I used about 2/3 Tbsp honey and some splenda. It tasted alright to me, very fluffy from the milk. My sister wasn't quite sold though. I'll keep searching for the right combo.