Forest fruit & banana smoothieBy Good Food Recipe Rating Static 12345(6 ratings) By Good Food Magazine subscription – 5 issues for £5 Easy For a smooth start to your day try this ultra-easy breakfast drinkShare:FacebookPinterestTwitterGoogle+Email Nutrition and extra infoNutrition:kcal-fat-saturates-carbs-sugars-fibre-protein-salt- Save to My Good FoodPlease sign in or register to save recipes. Print Ingredients Method Ingredientsfrozen fruits of the forestbanana, sliced Banana bah-nah-nahProbably the best known, most popular tropical fruit, their name probably derives from the… low-fat fruits of the forest yogurt Yogurt yog-ertYogurt is made by adding a number of types of harmless bacteria to milk, causing it to ferment.… MethodWhizz frozen fruits of the forest and sliced banana in a food processor with low-fat fruits of the forest yogurt. You may also like Banana, clementine & mango smoothie 3.75(1 rating) Crushed potatoes with rocket & lemon 3(3 ratings) Sausages with quick onion gravy & sweet potato chips 4.3(5 ratings) Homemade lemonade 4(3 ratings) Raspberry Champagne cocktail 1.333335(3 ratings) Zingy blackberry lemonade 5(2 ratings) Blackcurrant cordial 0(0 ratings) Mojito 5(1 rating) Ads by Google Comments, questions and tipsSign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion. Comments (16) Questions (0) Tips (1) hmfielding1 7th Mar, 2015 I am new to smoothie-making, but I'm having fun experimenting. Lots of recipes have bananas in, but I am having trouble with getting my smoothies to taste of the other fruit I use, all I'm getting are banana flavoured smoothies! Any advice or tips, please? helleJan 8th Jan, 2014 Great for breakfast on the go. dosftw 7th Jan, 2013 Try using Almond milk instead of yogurt. Unsweetened Almond milk has like.. 26 calories per 200ml and is very nutritious. :) lilia11 27th Aug, 2012 Where's the measurements ?????? fluffwump 13th Aug, 2012 it would be handy to have measurements and a calorie count 11lady22 10th Jun, 2011 5.05I used a handful of rasberries,four strawberries,1 bannana,3 desertspoons low fat greek yoghurt,and a splash of light soya milk,it,s very filling for breakfast.mmm too. sandykiff 15th Sep, 2010 5.05I also put an apple or pear in the shake, and I usually add some berries juice... delicious! superchunk 30th Aug, 2010 I use skimmed milk in place of yoghurt, and add a big teaspoon of wheat germ, and a couple of tablespoons of oats - it's delicious. superchunk 30th Aug, 2010 I use skimmed milk in place of yoghurt, and add a big teaspoon of wheat germ, and a couple of tablespoons of oats - it's delicious. youngcooksophie 5th Jul, 2010 MMMMMMMM..... Pages12next ›Be the first to ask a question about this recipe...Unsure about the cooking time or want to swap an ingredient? Ask us your questions and we’ll try and help you as soon as possible. Or if you want to offer a solution to another user’s question, feel free to get involved...Sign in or create your My Good Food account to join the discussion. muffin65 10th Apr, 2016 My version is: put half a pint (300ml) of skimmed milk in a jug, add 80g of any frozen berries and a chopped banana then whiz up with a stick blender until smooth. This makes 2 biggish glassfuls. It's especially nice to do when you come in from work/school on a hot day - the frozen fruit really chills it. The food tracker site I use tells me that, using a small (120g) banana (weighed with skin), this comes out as 99 calories with 0.6g fat per serving (doesn't say how much sugar).