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Tropical Orange Banana Smoothie Recipe

During the summer, a lot of Americans tend to turn to smoothies for a refreshing way to cool and stay full. Any type of smoothie seems to hit the spot on a hot day, but this Tropical Orange Banana Smoothie is one that will make you feel like you’re lounging on a beach in Hawaii. It’s so simple; just follow these easy steps:

oranges and bananas

This yields approximately 24 ounces, or 2-3 servings depending on how big you like your smoothies!

Want to make your smoothie a little bit more nutritious? Combine the smoothie with some protein powder, wheat germ, or as mentioned before, Silk Fruit and Protein, which is an excellent source of calcium and vitamins D and C. Get your $1 off coupon at the bottom of this recipe!

This smoothie serves as a great breakfast to start the day or as a quick pick-me-up. If you want your Tropical Orange Banana Smoothie on the sweet side, let your bananas get a little brown before you make it. However, if your bananas get to be too brown, peel them and throw them in a bag to put in the freezer so you can make banana ice cream to cool off on a hot day! Feel free to check out more of the best smoothie recipes!

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Ingredients

3 oranges, juiced

3 bananas, fresh or frozen

½ cup ice (optional)

½ cup Silk Fruit and Protein (optional)

Instructions

1

Juice three (3) oranges.

2

Pour the fresh-squeezed orange juice (and optional Silk Fruit and Protein) into a blender

3

Place three (3) bananas into the blender and begin to blend.

4

If you are using fresh bananas, add one-half cup of ice so the smoothie will be cold, and continue blending. If you add the ice before you start blending, you may over-blend the ice making your smoothie watery.

5

Blend until it is smooth to your liking.

6

For a little flare, keep a slice of banana or orange and top the smoothie with a garnish.

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