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Coconut-Banana Smoothie



Ingredient Line: 
ΒΌ cup canned light coconut milk
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1 cup vanilla soy milk, chilled
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2 Tbs. frozen apple juice concentrate, thawed
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1 medium banana, sliced and frozen


  1. In blender, combine coconut milk, soy milk, apple juice concentrate and banana. Blend until smooth and creamy. Serve right away.

Nutrition Information: 

5 g
Total Fat: 
5 g
Saturated Fat: 
1 g
33 g
68 mg
1 g
2 servings

Comments on this Recipe

This smoothie is so good but I did make a few changes ~ I added Vanilla Oat "milk" instead of the soy just because I don't like the taste of soy and I added regular orange juice in place of the apple concentrate because I did not want to use the concentrate and then not be able to seal it and stick it back in the freezer. And the orange gave it a wonderful tropical taste, I think pineapple would do lovely as well! Completely Delicious!!!!

Yummy! How many points?

Looks delicious and healthy.

Were going to try it, but I don't know if I will like it because I am lack toas and tolerant...which means I don't like to much dairy products and when I eat it, it makes my tummy feel wierd after so many portions of it...Anything suggested to use instead of some of these ingrediants

Am lack toas tolerant but when I use organic milk it ok

I would just like to say for people who are lactose intolerant, this is a great recipe. There is not once molecule of lactose and all of these ingredients have a lot of substitutes where I live. I have not tried it, but I love cashew milk and think that would be good. Also, Silk makes a coconut milk and also a coconut/almond blend as well. I personally think that the blend would go best, but so far, I have only tried it with the vanilla soy milk I usually have on stock. I live in a place where organic alternatives are easy to get as well as in my local farmers market all but the coconut and bananas are able to be gotten from farmers within a 200 miles radius of my house. Most of my smoothie money stays in my community!