Did you know you could make a smoothie in a slow-juicer? A slow-juicer will produce the smoothest smoothie you have every tasted! Without the tiny seeds that some berries contain, this slow juicer made smoothie has an incredibly velvet like texture.
Banana and strawberry are a classic combination. To complement the creamy texture of bananas, nothing can beat a tinge of acidity from the strawberries. Together they make a healthy, yummy drink.
INGREDIENTS YOU NEED
EQUIPMENT YOU NEED
- Serving glasses.
SERVES – TWO
Tip: You can replace the milk with another non-dairy drink like almond milk. Keep the pulp to add into berry muffins or other smoothies for added fiber.
Note: Do not leave this drink on the counter for more than 10-15 minutes. It is best served fresh. If left unattended for long, the drink will change its color.
Slow-juicer Strawberry Banana Smoothie
Wash strawberries and remove the stems. Juice peeled bananas and strawberries into a slow juicer, or Beautyjuicer, which ensures that all the nutrients in your fruits are preserved. Pour milk into the slow juicer through the hopper and add honey. When pouring the milk, make sure to leave the juice cap open. Garnish well with banana rounds or a strawberry chunk at the edge of your serving glass.
If you are making this drink for kids, you can top it off with chocolate shavings.
Banana is abundant in potassium while strawberries contain vitamins and minerals essential for your body and skin health. The drink acts as a natural energy booster and is ideal for those suffering from depression and stress. You can replace strawberries with apricots and even dates to make an excellent nutrition-filled smoothie.
Those who don’t like their drinks too heavy can go for a strawberry, apricot combo to have a light, refreshing drink. Juices, cocktails, and smoothies are an ideal way to reap the benefits of fruits. In addition, the combination of honey and milk gives this drink an extra boost of flavor and energy. Play with the ingredients in your fridge and be creative.