Very Berry Banana Smoothie Recipe

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The inspiration for this Very Berry Banana Smoothie recipe came during last summer. I tried several different drinks at Jamba Juice and finally found one I liked called Razzmatazz. After reading the ingredients on the menu board, I figured it would be easy enough to make at home and save the extra $4 or so. This smoothie recipe only requires four ingredients.

I actually like my Very Berry Banana Smoothie recipe better than the original. It’s much cheaper than buying it at the Jamba Juice and it’s super easy! It has just the right amount of sweetness and tanginess. My daughter and I drink this regularly for and/or with breakfast. Plus, there’s no dairy, gluten, or sweeteners in it – whoo-hoo!

Very Berry Banana Smoothie Recipe

Very Berry Banana Smoothie Recipe like Jamba Juice Razzmatazz Recipe

Ingredients

  • 1 Banana (fresh)
  • 4 Strawberries (frozen)
  • 2/3 cup Mixed Berries (frozen, contains blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries)
  • 1 cup Orange Juice

Instructions

  1. Break banana into 3-4 pieces and put in blender.
  2. Pour orange juice in.
  3. Add the frozen strawberries and mixed berries afterwards, otherwise they might re-freeze together.
  4. Blend ingredients together until no chunks remain.
  5. Makes enough for one 8 oz. glass.

I’m not much of a daring cook but I love coming up with new smoothie recipes. When working with fruit, you can pretty much through in anything and it will end up tasting great. I’ve even experimented with making green smoothies but I still need to develop my palette to get those down. What smoothie recipes have you come up with lately?

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About Author

TerriAnn van Gosliga is the main writer at Cookies & Clogs and Driving Mamas. Born & raised in the SF Bay Area but loves to travel. She's been married to her best friend for 15 years, homeschools her 14-year-old daughter, and has an accident-prone lab mix dog.

20 Comments

  1. Yummy! It is so much more inexpensive to make your own smoothies at home. Plus you know what goes in them and they are healthy! I am stealing this recipe!

    • TerriAnn van Gosliga on

      Thanks – they do work nicely together. I have to admit that it was not a fully, from scratch, original idea though πŸ˜›

  2. This sounds awesome. My kids love smoothies and my grandmother gave me a smooth maker to make the kids smoothies and I still haven’t used it. LOL.

  3. I’m trying this tomorrow! I can’t have dairy and that makes finding a quick and easy smoothie not so easy.
    I can’t wait for morning πŸ™‚ Thanks for posting!!

  4. I love this smoothie so much. I made one addition that I really enjoy. I add half a cup of organic French vanilla yogurt. Delicious!!

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