Banana Date Smoothie

Tasty and full of goodness. Ideal after a workout.

Ingredients:
4 frozen bananas
40 gm raw cashews
5 fresh dates
1 cup soy milk (2 cups if you want it thinner for drinking)
¼ tsp cinnamon

Method:
Place all ingredients in Thermomix or high powered blender
Blend until smooth

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13 Responses to Banana Date Smoothie

  1. Stefani says:

    This sounds sooo good! I love dates and cashews.

  2. Oooh.. this sounds amazing.

    • I would suggest you add the extra cup of soy milk unless you don’t mind eat it with a spoon.
      I spent 20 years in Scotland up until 2005 so look forward to reading your blog.

      • Oh really!? Whereabouts did you stay? I can’t boast the same number of years – I moved here in 2008 and this will probably be my last year, because if I want to do a Masters (which I do) I’ll have to move on to a different uni. But I really like it here.

        I may have to try both versions (thin and thick, I mean) because they sound equally delicious.

      • I lived in Lennoxtown, just north of Glasgow. I love the Scottish mountains having climbed a good percentage of the Munro’s. I especially like the Isle of Skye, the Orkney’s and the Outer Hebrides. Travelled to the Isle of St Kilda 3 years ago whilst on a cycling holiday. A very, very special place.

      • Oh wow! Cycling trip to St Kilda, that’s something you don;t hear every day!

      • Sorry, I must have given you the wrong impression. I was on a cycle holiday through the Orkney’s, across the Isle of Skye and the full length of the Outer Hebride’s. I took a small boat over to St Kilda without the bike.

      • Ah, I see. Well, a cycling trip along the outer Hebrides and the Orkneys is not something you hear every day, either. And St Kilda must be amazing, too, no matter what your mode of transport is.

      • There is a suburb of Melbourne called StKilda where I used to live some 40 years ago and ever since hearing about the Isle of StKilda and reading much of it’s history I had a passion to one day visit. It was a magical moment when I eventually set foot on that small rocky outcrop way out in the Atlantic ocean.

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