Healthy Banana Strawberry Smoothie

Healthy banana strawberry smoothie

This healthy banana strawberry smoothie is just one of the many you can enjoy for breakfast, lunch, or a snack during the day.

This is a great way to start your day if you want an easy and quick breakfast. And, if you happen to be in a hurry just pour it into a travel mug and take it with you.

If you're looking for an easy way to improve your health and nutrition without giving up all the flavorers you enjoy. Consider trying some easy fruit and vegetable smoothies.

You can achieve more energy, better sleep, and even weight loss by making juices and smoothies a part of your everyday life.

What is the difference between juicing and smoothies?

Let's start with Juicing: Juicing extracts the juice or liquid from the fruits and vegetables, thus leaving the peels and pulp behind. There are many types of juicers or extractors on the market today. Full disclosure here, I don't own a juicer or extractor so I can't tell you how delicious the juices are.

If you're looking for a juicer extractor here are some popular choices.

 Smoothies: You can easily make delicious smoothies using a high-speed blender. So, when you make a smoothie you're drinking all of the pulp and fiber contained in the fruit or vegetable.

 Juicing and smoothies are both healthy and good for you. But. if you want more fiber in your diet then smoothies are certainly the better choice.

For healthy and delicious smoothies here are some high-speed blender choices.

Now, I'm not a health expert or a nutritionist by any means. This information is easily found with a little research.

We own and use the Nutri Bullet High-Speed Blender to make so many different types of delicious and healthy Smoothies. Smoothies are always made with a base. It might be water, milk, or yogurt.

Healthy Banana Strawberry Smoothie
Fruit smoothie recipe

This is one that I made for Tyler a couple of weeks ago as he was home sick from school and spending the day with me.

Jamie asked to make sure that he was drinking plenty of liquids. So I asked him if he wanted a fruit smoothie.

I cut up one banana, and five strawberries, and as a bonus, I added about 10 blueberries.

For the base, I used Almond Milk. After adding the fruit I poured the almond milk to the max line on the cup.

Then I added the blending attachment set it into the Nutri Bullet and turned it on for about 15 seconds or more.

Tyler drank to the whole smoothie and then ate some more strawberries just for good measure.

As always thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy.

Take your breakfast on the go with a travel mug


  1. Thank you, Brenda :) Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

  2. Replies
    1. Thanks, Susan, It was really good and Tyler drank it right down. Have a great day :)

  3. What a perfect thing to keep you're strength up when you're not feeling well (or any time!)

    1. The combinations of fruit and veggies are endless! Thanks Carlee Have a great weekend :)

  4. My brother had a stress ulcer from surviving a helicopter accident (among his numerous other injuries) while in the Army. Prior to needing surgery he found that juicing carrots, cabbage and such relieved the pain of his ulcer.

    I have made similar smoothies like the one you made with strawberries. Yummy!

  5. My absolute favorite smoothie! I have never added blueberries though. I will have to try that the next time I make one.

    1. Thanks, Cynthia, The blueberries were nice touch to this smoothie. I added them because they were there!!

  6. I love berry smoothies! In fact, I actually prefer a good strawberry smoothie to a milkshake. What a great idea for keeping a sick kid hydrated :)

    1. Thank, Kyla, He needed to drink so I thought why not something a little sweet but healthy.


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