This deliciously refreshing Raspberry Banana Smoothie is made with simple ingredients and takes just minutes to prepare! Perfect for busy mornings or afternoons. Double or triple as needed!
Are you a smoothie fan? I sure am! In fact our whole family loves them! They’re so perfect for breakfast or as an afternoon snack! Especially during the steamy Summer months when it’s so hot!
They’re fresh, fruity, and fast! So really, what’s not to love?
Raspberry Banana Smoothie
This Raspberry Banana Smoothie recipe is a must-try! Why? Well, let’s break those reasons down right now 😉
1) The ingredients are simple and fresh. All you need to make this smoothie dream a reality is a banana, some frozen raspberries, a splash of orange juice, Silk Almond Milk, and honey. I bet you have some of these ingredients – if not all of them – already in your kitchen!
2) This recipe is FAST! I’m talking 3 minutes all together fast. Gotta love that!
3) Delicious, creamy, and so flavorful!
Now, a few quick notes on the ingredients!
For the liquid in this smoothie I chose to use almond milk. I love using Silk Almond Milk in all of my smoothies as it’s lower in calories than dairy based products and gives a much smoother consistency to smoothies than using water or ice.
*Have you tried almond milk yet? It’s surprisingly delicious and has become a go-to for us, from smoothies to cereal! Let me know how you like it if you give it a try 😉
*If you’re vegan and would like to try this smoothie, feel free to leave out the honey and use maple syrup or agave in its place.
*I highly recommend using frozen raspberries and bananas for the creamiest texture. If you don’t want to buy them frozen from the store, simply pop freshly sliced bananas and berries in the freezer until solid.
And that’s that. I just threw a whole lot of smoothie info your way, so um… go get your sip on, friend. xoxo
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Raspberry Banana Smoothie
- 3 very ripe bananas, cut into chunks, frozen
- 1 cup frozen raspberries
- 1 cup SILK almond milk
- 1/2 cup fresh orange juice (preferably no sugar added)
- 2 tablespoons raw honey (more to taste, if desired)
- Place all of the ingredients in a blender and pulse until smooth, about 30 seconds. Serve right away!
This conversation is sponsored by Silk. The opinions and text are all mine.
I only tried banana and strawberries 🙂 Would love to try banana and raspberries.
For sure will try this!
Liz @ Floating Kitchen says
I am a smoothie addict! Can’t get enough. Love how simple this one is. And the color – of course I’m totally crushing on the color! Hope you’re having a great weekend!
Thank you, Liz! I am a smoothie addict myself, so simple is always a major bonus 😉
Hayley @ The Domestic Rebel says
What a simple yet flavorful milkshake! I would like a trough-full please.
Senika @ Foodie Blog Stalker says
I love quick smoothies! I need to ditch the strawberries for a bit & try this out with raspberries – yum!
WOW! Looks yummy. I am a huge fan of smoothies. The combination of raspberry and banana go very well together. I’d love to try this and hope it tastes same as it looks. Keep sharing such blogs.
Hi Rachel. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did 🙂 It’s very easy and refreshing! xo
Theresa Curreri says
Can someone tell me what this smoothie do for you? How many time can we drink this?
Hi Theresa. You can follow the recipe at the bottom of this post to make the smoothie, and you can drink it as often as you’d like 😉
Alberta June says
Is this recipe for one serving?
I love any berry smoothie and usually just add leafy green and raw oats.
Can I do this without OJ? Should I substitute it for something?
Hi Abbey. You could just use more milk, but it will be a little less fruity tasting.
I am falling in love with smoothies
I will try this with strawberries
How many servings is this smoothie? 3 bananas seems like a lot for one serving.
This recipe makes 2 large or 3 small smoothies 🙂
Kathy Soule says
That’s all I have too! Will have to use Strawberries or blueberries! Not sure yet.
shelley wiliams says
Substitute for almond milk?
omg, i love raspberry. today im printing this one . it looks YUMMY:-)
Rhodelyn B. says
Wow! That looks so delicious!Actually, I pinned it on Pinterest. I’ll definitely give a 5 star for this one. Thank you for sharing your recipe with us.
Loved it! I added yogurt and ice
Hi! I am allergic to orange juice, what could I use instead?
you could use apple or tropical juice instead
How many calories does it have and how much can you drink ? Loved it.
I use 2 c. frozen mixed berries (blueberries, blackberries, strawberries ,raspberries), handful of fresh spinach, 1 frozen banana, 1 c. almond milk, 1 scoop organic protein vanilla bean powder, 1 T. flax seed, in a blender until smooth. Delicious! Is it healthy?
Yes! That’s a great choice of smoothie and I think I might try that soon!
Easy tasty recipe although too sweet for me and I wouldn’t eat 3 bananas, so my modification would be:
1 banana (max 2), 1 cup raspberries, no honey, 1 or half cup almond milk (less if you want it thick), a handful of spinach/ kale
Optional: add 2 medjool dates in case you think it’s not sweet enough, but it was sweet enough for me 🙂
Hello I have 2 Questions, and 1 comment. 1st question how do I cut this down to make only 1 serving? Question 2 do you know what the nutrition info on this is or how I can calculate it myself. Comment, I can’t wait to try this and I’m in love with how easy it is, and that I don’t need any crazy ingredients for it so thank you.
Hi my name is linda I like it but the next time I will leave out the honey it is to sweet and I used almond milk unsweetened I tryed it but I don’t like honey it is to sweet for me so I might but in some more raspberries and banana and more almond milk but I might do half of what’s u say to put in love it anyway .
I am wanting to get into smoothies but not sure about the sugar content in this recipe? Do you have a nutritional breakdown?
How many servings is this?
Sky H says
Do I have to use almond milk? I don’t really like it and also I can’t have dairy, so that substitute would be out.
How many Weight Watchers points is this smoothie?