Sure, bananas are pretty great as is, but sometimes it’s nice to change things up and transform them from snackable fruit to scrumptious dessert. And, you guessed it, this recipe is all about doing exactly that!
To create this bananalicious treat, we’ll first walk you through whipping up homemade caramel sauce before transforming a regular smoothie into a delicious frozen one using the Slush & Shake Maker. Not only is this Frozen Caramel Banana Smoothie recipe perfect for cooling off on a hot day, but it’s also a great way to ensure extra bananas you might have at home don’t go to waste. Plus, if you still have leftover bananas after trying this recipe, you can peel and freeze them in freezer safe containers for use at a later date.
- September 28, 2016
- 1 min read
Smoothies are a great way to recover from a workout or fuel up for a productive morning. While many recipes rely on yogurt for a protein boost, sometimes it’s nice to have a few non-dairy smoothie recipes in your arsenal, too!
Today we’ll show you how to make an Orange Banana Smoothie without yogurt! Instead, you’ll add in a tablespoon of chia seeds for a healthy dose of protein. Time to get blending!
- May 02, 2016
- 1 min read
1 ½ cups fresh pineapple chunks
1 packed cup fresh baby spinach
6 ounces coconut water
1 large banana
Place all ingredients into a blender and purée on medium speed. Pour into the Slush and Shake Maker; stir until thick.
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