Pineapple Banana Smoothie
This tropical Pineapple Banana Smoothie is super refreshing and easy to make. All you need is 4 ingredients and 5 minutes!
I am super into smoothies right now and I wanted something tropical but easy to make- enter this pineapple banana smoothie! It's so refreshing and delicious, the frozen pineapple and banana make it extra creamy.
All you need is 4 ingredients and 5 minutes to make this smoothie!
If you are a huge smoothie lover like me and like to try new recipes, you must try my strawberry mango banana smoothie and my peach banana smoothie!
This recipe is only 4 ingredients-
- pineapple- you can use fresh or frozen. I prefer frozen because it makes my smoothie extra creamy and I don't have to cut up a pineapple lol! If you buy fresh pineapple, toss it in the freezer before using it.
- banana- I always keep extra bananas in the freezer specifically for smoothies.
- yogurt- I use vanilla greek yogurt in my smoothie but really any yogurt will work great here. Extra points for a pineapple or banana flavored yogurt
- milk- I use almond milk but you can use any milk you'd like!
Step 1: Add pineapple, banana, and yogurt to a blender. If using protein powder, add that as well. Add the milk, starting with ½ cup.
Step 2: Blend until smooth. Add more milk if needed to thin out your smoothie.
How many servings does this smoothie make?
This smoothie makes 1 serving. Double the ingredients to make it 2 servings.Can I add protein powder?
Of course! I would add a scoop of vanilla protein powder to this smoothie. You might need to add an extra splash of milk to make it thinner.Do I need to use frozen fruit?
No, you don't, but I recommend it! It makes your smoothies way creamier and you won't have to use ice! If you prefer fresh fruit, add some ice cubes while blending to give it a good consistency.
- Get yourself a good blender- I use this blender and love it. You don't need a super fancy or expensive blender, just one that will get everything blended together nicely.
- If possible, always use frozen fruit for smoothies. It makes them so much creamier!
- Customize your smoothie- add protein powder, add a veggie like spinach or riced cauliflower, or toss in more sweeteners like honey or maple syrup.
- If your smoothie is too thick, add more milk (or water). If your smoothie gets too thin, I blend in a couple of ice cubes to thicken it back up.
Storing & Freezing
If you are not consuming this smoothie right away, it can be stored in the fridge in an airtight container for 2 days. I recommend mixing it up before drinking it.
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Pineapple Banana Smoothie
- ▢ 1/2 cup frozen pineapple
- ▢ 1/2 frozen banana
- ▢ 1/2 cup vanilla greek yogurt
- ▢ 1/2- 3/4 cup milk
- Add pineapple, banana, and yogurt to a blender. If using protein powder, add that as well. Add the milk, starting with ½ cup.
- Blend until smooth. Add more milk if needed to thin out your smoothie.
How do you keep your frozen bananas from turning brown in the freezer?
Looks and sounds delicious. The black berry looks awesome.Going to try as soon as I go to the store. Thank you...Julie