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How to Make a Banana Strawberry Yogurt Smoothie

Banana strawberry yogurt smoothie

Banana strawberry yogurt smoothie

I love bananas. Sometimes, however, I'm not able to consume them all before the skin turns brown. Sometimes my eyes are bigger than my stomach!

I don't like to throw away overripe bananas, so I try to use them in other recipes, if possible. I've made plenty of banana rolls and fried bananas—but I was looking for a change.

I decided to make a smoothie.

Cook Time

Prep timeReady inYields

5 min

5 min

3 to 4 servings

Necessary Equipment

  • Blender
  • Chopping board
  • Sharp knife
  • Tablespoon
  • Glasses


  • 2 bananas, chopped
  • 10 frozen strawberries
  • 2 glasses cold orange juice
  • 150 grams cold yogurt
  • Sugar, for glass rim (optional)


  1. Pour the 2 glasses of orange juice into the blender.
  2. Peel the skin off of the bananas and chop the fruit. Add the chopped banana to the blender.
  3. Add the frozen strawberries to the blender.
  4. Add the cold yoghurt. Put the lid on the blender. Blend the fruit mixture for 1-2 minutes or until it´s good enough for your taste. Blending the fruit at low speed will give you a fruity smoothie.
  5. Wet the rim of a glass with water and dip it into a bowl of white sugar (this is an optional step).
  6. Pour the banana strawberry yogurt smoothie into the prepared glass. Decorate it with a fresh strawberry if you have. Enjoy your smoothie!

Photo Guide

Overripe bananas

Overripe bananas

Orange juice with Vitamins A, C, and E

Orange juice with Vitamins A, C, and E

10 frozen strawberries

10 frozen strawberries

Cold yogurt

Cold yogurt

Orange juice, bananas, strawberries and yogurt in the blender

Orange juice, bananas, strawberries and yogurt in the blender

Blended fruit mix

Blended fruit mix

Ready to drink banana strawberry yogurt smoothie.

Ready to drink banana strawberry yogurt smoothie.

Tips and Variations

  • You can use fresh strawberries if you like. In this case, you have to hull and wash the strawberries before using them in your smoothies. I used frozen strawberries because they have a soft consistency, and besides that, I still have lots left over from my last harvest.
  • In this recipe, I used blood orange juice with vitamins A, C, and E. You can use any kind of orange juice. You can also use other types of fruit juices (e.g., pineapple, apple, currant, etc.).
  • You can decorate a glass of banana strawberry yogurt smoothie with sugar, fresh strawberries, a straw, and a cute umbrella.
  • Use any fruits that are in season or whatever you have in your pantry.
  • Try adding vanilla ice cream on top of this smoothie.
  • Instead of yogurt, you can use milk, soya milk, or buttermilk.
  • If you would like to use tropical fruits like pineapples, mango, or jackfruit, you can buy canned fruit from Asian groceries.
Ready to drink banana strawberry yogurt smoothie.

Ready to drink banana strawberry yogurt smoothie.

Fruits, Milk Products and Juices for Smoothies

These are the ingredients you can alternately use for making your smoothies.

FruitsMilk ProductsJuices


Full milk



Diet milk



Pasteurized milk



Skimmed milk



Full milk yogurt



Diet yogurt



Yogurt with nuts



Yogurt with fruits

Red Currant

Red Currants

Butter milk

Star Fruit

Star fruits



Enjoy your banana strawberry yogurt smoothie!

Enjoy your banana strawberry yogurt smoothie!

Health Benefits of Banana, Strawberry and Yogurt

  • Banana is a good source of fiber and potassium. It contains vitamins B6, B12, and C, and minerals like magnesium iron. Eating bananas boosts energy.
  • Strawberry is an excellent source of vitamin C. It contains phytonutrients and antioxidants that help fight against the free radicals in our body. It contains vitamins K, B5, B6, and minerals like manganese, potassium, folic acid, omega 3, copper and riboflavin.
  • Yogurt contains good cultured bacteria and probiotic enzymes. It contains vitamins B2 and B12 and minerals like protein, magnesium and calcium.

Sources: The Tao of Good Health, Momcaster and

© 2013 Thelma Alberts