Thermomix Smoothie Recipes – Orange and Banana Smoothie

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One of the best things about the beloved Thermomix is being able to make whole-fruit fruit juices and smoothies.

You can simply whizz up all sorts of fruits and veggies with a bit of ice and water for juices.

Use milk and yoghurt for smoothies.

After a minute or two on the fastest setting, voila!

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Delicious smooth drinks, with all the lovely, healthy fibre still there.

My kids describe these drinks as a bit ‘foamy’ as there’s air whizzed in there too, they love that.

A favourite of ours is orange and banana smoothie. Then sometimes I add a few more things in for whoever fancies a different colour and flavour of juice.

Orange and Banana Smoothie in The Thermomix

Orange and Banana Thermomix Smoothie
 
Ingredients
  • 2 small bananas
  • 1 orange
  • 200ml milk of your choice
  • 2 tbs plain yoghurt
  • Other possoble ingredients: a date, couple of walnut halves, blueberries
Instructions
  1. Simply peel the bananas and orange (I cut the peel off with a sharp knife.)
  2. Pop them into the Thermomix with a handful of ice cubes.
  3. Blend on 9 for one minute.
  4. Check and blend more if needed.
  5. Add the milk and yoghurt and any other ingedients you have chosen.
  6. Blend 20 seconds at speed 8.
  7. Have a taste, if you think it needs to be thinner, just add more milk.
  8. Pour out for the people who fancy that one.
  9. Add half a cup of frozen blueberries into what’s left and whizz that up and add water/ice as desired.

This recipe makes enough for two children or one starving adult.

 

Thermomix smoothie banana orange and blueberry

Next time I’ll be trying frozen raspberries! Yum!!

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What’s your favourite smoothie to make at home?

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Posted on: September 7, 2015

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