Frozen Strawberry and Dehydrated Banana Smoothie

3 Comments

This post may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure policy.

Jump to Recipe

Frozen Strawberry and Dehydrated Banana Smoothie recipe by Barefeet In The Kitchen

My first try at rehydrating the bananas was a success. There was a stronger banana flavor than I expected, but I’ll simply adjust how many of the banana slices I use for next time.

I am thrilled to know that I now have great tasting, smoothie-ready bananas stored in my cupboard for those days when we run out of fresh ones.

Get New Recipessent to your inbox!
We never share your information with third parties and will protect it in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

Frozen Strawberry and Dehydrated Banana Smoothie

Pin Print Review

Ingredients 

  • Small handful of dried bananas approx 1/4 cup (I'll use a bit less next time)
  • 8 frozen strawberries
  • 2 cups milk
  • 1-2 tablespoons honey

Instructions

  • First, pour a 16 oz glass of milk. Add the dehydrated bananas and let them soak for at least 20 minutes. After the bananas are fully rehydrated, pour the banana milk mixture into the blender. Add the strawberries and the honey and blend until smooth. 
  • This made a good smoothie. Both of my boys liked it a lot. I don't think they even noticed it wasn't our usual version. It was creamier and smoother than our typical smoothie. In the interest of honesty, I'll admit that I prefer a thicker smoothie made with frozen bananas. However, for those days when I am out of fresh bananas, I will certainly be making this version again. 
Tried this recipe?Mention @barefeetkitchen or tag #barefeetkitchen!

Pin this nowto remember it later
Pin this recipe0

Filed under: , , ,

Related Posts

Mary Younkin

Mary Younkin

Hi, I’m Mary. I’m the author, cook, photographer, and travel lover behind the scenes here at Barefeet In The Kitchen. I'm also the author of three cookbooks dedicated to making cooking from scratch as simple as possible.

Reader Interactions

3 Comments Leave a comment or review

    Rate & Comment

    Rating




    You can now include images of your recipes in your comments! You'll need to register or log in to upload images.

  1. Barefeet In The Kitchen says

    That would definitely work, Becky. Although, just tossing them in the milk was the easiest option for me at the time. I think I'm going to play with it though and see how the powder might work in other things. Thanks!