Banana Coconut Smoothie

25 February 2013

Banana Coconut Smoothie

Pure heaven.  This will give you the energy you need to start your day.

The secret ingredient here is coconut coffee creamer--just a drop adds great flavor.  A real taste of the tropics!

Good pick-me-up or quicky breakfast.  I used frozen mashed bananas, but fresh ones cut up can also be used, however, the partially frozen mashed produces a thick and foamy texture that is oh-so appetizing.

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Great Breakfast

PS--lower-fat alternatives may be used with no sacrifice of flavor.

Banana Coconut Smoothie
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 1/4 cup half and half
  • 2 tbs Carnation Coconut Creme coffee creamer 
  • 1 1/2 whole banana, sliced OR 1/2 cup partially-frozen mashed
  • 1 tbs toasted coconut for topping.

Put all ingredients except the toasted coconut in an immersion (stick) blender bowl--the one that comes with it, or a deep narrow container.

Process with immersion blender on high for 1 minute.  Pour into serving glass and top with toasted coconut.

Serves 1


Lillian (My Recipe Journey) said...

Oh, I love this one!!! Great post!!!

Judith Hannemann said...

I had no heat downstairs this morning and thought I could palm one off on the repair guy but he was lactose intolerant LOL. I put it in the fridge for later...and it's no too bad calorie wise!!! I have it as a snack later in the evening.

anubhavati said...

This looks amazing...I love love love the beautiful teal blue table...did you make and paint it yourself? Reminds me of long breezy summer evenings..


Judith Hannemann said...

Thank you Shobha!!! That's actually a reversible board and they are so easy to make. The instructions are somewhere on the blog here, but I do have the same instructions, with pics at this link:

Amanda said...

Hi there! This smoothie looks so yummy and so appealing! I can't wait to try and make it soon. I was also wondering if you would mind if I used a photo of this smoothie recipe on my blog. I do a feature called "Wear What You Eat" and you can see examples here:

I will link it back to you, if you allow me to use it. Thanks! I can't wait to spend more time reading your great blog. :)


Judith Hannemann said...

Sure Amanda--as long as you credit the source, I'd be very happy if you did. :)


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