Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

I recieved a Magic Bullet for Christmas from my DB and DSIL and have been on a smoothie kick ever since! My 2 sons who are 1 and 2 years old, love them as much as I do. My oldest son doesn't normally eat strawberries the regular way so it's a great way to hide those fruits your kids might not normally eat. *L*

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 3 -4 large ice cubes (more if they're smaller)
  • 1 cup frozen strawberries (about a handful)
  • 1 banana (cut into chunks)
  • 13 cup orange juice


  1. Put ice cubes in blender, then add orange juice, bananas & strawberries. Blend till smooth. If you find the mixture to be to thick, add more orange juice. Feel free to substitute the strawberries with frozen mixed berries of any kind.
Most Helpful

Great simple recipe. I doubled all the ingredients, and got two good sized glasses full. Tasted really rich, and not too thick to drink. I really liked this one! Thank you for sharing :)

Mrs. Cassandra Foxx April 12, 2011

Made for breakfast and made as written. This was good and easy to make. Made for Spring PAC 2010.

bmcnichol April 13, 2010

This smoothie was like a breath of fresh air after a hard day of working in the garden! Deliciously "bright"; I love that no dairy was used in it. I did add a tablespoon of spiced honey to the ingredients for no other reason than I love honey! I'll be making this often as a Pick-Me-Up drink that's Oh-So-Healthy yet yummy, too! Made for Spring PAC 2010.

The_Swedish_Chef April 09, 2010