Recipe by CHILI16
"A fresh blend of Granny Smith apples and bananas for a nutritious but yummy summer smoothie. Great as a snack!"
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Granny Smith apple - peeled, cored, and cut into chunks
banana, cut up
This recipe is great, quick and easy! I just got my braces on and needed something to numb my mouth. After making the horrible discovery that we didn't have any ice cream for milkshakes, I hit Allrecipes for smoothies. This was perfect because it looked nice and required no ice cream. All ingredients needed were on hand. After reading reviews, I changed a few things:
2 smaller apples for kids - "Gala Gems"
3 ice cubes instead of two
a little bit of vanilla yogurt
Other than that, I followed the instructions. The result? A wonderful smoothie! It was gulped up by my mom, me and my brother. Even my brother liked it and that means something! I will definetely make it again!
This smoothie was just ok for me. Felt like it was lacking something and the milk made it very thin. I liked the tartness of the granny smith, but thought it needed something more than a banana. I will try it again, but will use yogurt instead of the milk and maybe add some blueberries or strawberries. It is still a great way to get two of your fruits in for the day.
Fairly thick consistency, but super duper yummy!! My fav smoothie recipe thus far!
Just made it and it is supper tasty!! I just changed it a little bit by adding just under 1/2 cup no sugar yogurt and a little bit of milk.
I quite enjoyed this smoothie. My family and a I made 4 servings instead of 2, and added 2 tablespoons of honey for a bit of extra sweetness. The banana and apple worked really well together!
This smoothie was pretty good. I used Fuji apples because I didn't have Granny Smith on hand, which definitely made it sweeter. I also added some whipped cream and a dash of extra milk because it tasted strange to me. I'm very happy with the way it turned out! Thanks!
We loved the smoothie! They looked very cute in our Harry Potter World ButterBeer cups :). You can see the pic I took above. Very good smoothie!
This really needs a flavor boost and was too thin to be what I consider a smoothie. I used a red delicious instead of a granny, and I don't think that modification would make or break this recipe. I blended, tasted, then added more ice cubes, a little bit of vanilla, and a sprinkle of cinnamon. Nutritionally, it breaks down well, and it was OK, but I doubt I'll make again. If I did, I know that I'd sub non-fat vanilla yogurt for the milk.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 13
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