Banana Smoothie without Yogurt Recipe (with Step by Step Photos)

Banana and milk are rich source of calcium and smoothie prepared with them can provide the majority of body’s daily need of calcium in single go. Banana smoothie without yogurt is a nutritious and calcium rich drink prepared by using just three ingredients, banana, milk and honey. This recipe carefully avoids the use of ice as well as ice cream to make it suitable for kids. However, if you are not making it for kids, then you can add ice in its preparation.
Banana Smoothie without Yogurt for Kids
Preparation Time: 5 minutes
Serves: 1 serving
Ingredients:
1 large Banana
1 cup Milk
2 teaspoons Honey
A pinch of Cardamom Powder or 2-3 Saffron strands, optional
Directions:
  1. step-1
    Peel and chop banana into big pieces.
  2. step-2
    Add banana, milk, cardamom powder and honey in a blender jar.
  3. step-3
    Blend until smooth and there are no fruit chunks. Yogurt-less banana smoothie for kids is ready. Pour it into serving glass, garnish with banana wheel on the rim and serve.
Tips and Variations:
  • Do not add ice cubes, sugar or ice cream while preparing it for toddlers.
  • Add a pinch of mace powder instead of cardamom powder for variation.
  • Use of cardamom powder /saffron is optional, you can avoid it if you want to.
  • Adjust the quantity of milk to make it thick or thin accordingly.
Taste: Sweet and smooth
Serving Ideas: The absence of ice, yogurt and ice cream in this smoothie makes it suitable to be served in the breakfast as healthy drink. However nothing can stop you from having anytime you like it.
Author:

7 Comments


Apr 22, 2017  by Tammy
Sounds yummy. Thanks for the recipe, I'm going to give it a go. :)

May 16, 2016  by Jackie
OMG I cannot even begin to say how good this is. I added protein powder to mine as well and it is definitely my all time favorite smoothie.

Dec 27, 2015  by Mimi JM
OMG!!! I love this...it was so good. I added some peanut butter and it just added a rich and smooth taste.

Jun 30, 2015  by Courtney Crowley
I tried this and it was delicious! I did a tablespoon of honey instead of two teaspoons. It really fills you up too!

View More Comments
Sep 26, 2014  by The one and only
Oh my god this is delicious. I added peanut butter just for a little bit more flavor and protein.

Jun 30, 2014  by Mary Richen
I used this recipe and it is delicious even though the milk had to be substituted. Regular almond milk tastes nice and with around a handful of blueberries it made it a bit better in taste for my sister and I.

Apr 18, 2014  by Padmasini
Thanks for sharing these recipes hope these recipes help my kids.

Post a comment ( * fields are required)