Banana Raspberry Slush

"This can be served immediately as a thick malt-like drink or as soft "ice cream.""
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  • Remove plastic wrap from banana.
  • Cut frozen banana into 1/2-inch pieces.
  • Place in a blender.
  • Add milk, raspberries and honey and blend until very thick and smooth, stopping to scrape down as necessary.
  • Adjust sweetness to taste.
  • Serve immediately.

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  1. Boomette
    I used a fresh ripe banana and splenda instead of honey. It was so yummy. I used a little bit more milk. Thanks DuChick :) Made for PAC Fall 2011
  2. megs_
    PERFECT! This is THE perfect smoothie. I cut it in half for just me and it is actually very smooth and creamy - I used a room temperature banana though, so maybe that's why. I would've never thought to pair raspberries and bananas, but oh my, I think it's a better combo than strawberries and bananas, if there is such a thing! :) I liked the touch of honey too. Just a little extra sweetness, but not too much and no added sugar! Thanks for sharing... ~ gulp ~ this is a keeper!
  3. Nif_H
    It was nice to give the boys a healthy drink to go with their not-so-healthy mac and cheese for lunch :) I don't recommend using this in a smoothie blender because it was hard on the motor and I had to add more milk. Delish! Made for Potluck Tag. Thanks!
  4. WI Cheesehead
    I made this for Potluck Jan. Tag. I used already frozen banana that I had put into ice cube trays. Added about 6. It was very thick, so that I had to add some grape juice to get it going. It has a very nice raspberry flavor. I also added protein powder, 1 T flax meal and 1 T oat bran. It made 1 large and 1 small serving - perfect for the 5 yo and me!
  5. CoffeeB
    This is fabulous Chicky. Love adding frozen berries and bananas to the mix. Makes it good and thick. Freezing the fruit is key if you like a thick smoothie. Made this for DH as a brekky treat. Thanks a bunch. Tagged for 123HitWonders~


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