Raspberry Banana Coconut Milk Smoothie

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I think this is the creamiest smoothie I’ve ever had. This is the first smoothie I’ve made with coconut milk, and I love how super creamy and smooth it turned out! I modified a recipe from Del’s Cooking Twist by adding some banana and sweetening it with honey. Yum! I made this smoothie on a very warm day and it was so refreshing. Now that I know how great coconut milk is in smoothies, I’ll have to try more flavors with it!

RASPBERRY BANANA COCONUT MILK SMOOTHIE by NancyC, adapted from Del’s Cooking Twist

Makes 1 serving (about 10 ounces)

  • 3/4 cup frozen raspberries
  • 1/2 of a small to medium size banana
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk
  • 1 Tablespoon honey
  • Fresh raspberries or some flaked coconut for garnish, optional

Put frozen raspberries, banana, coconut milk, and honey in blender; blend until smooth. Garnish with a few fresh raspberries or some flaked coconut, if desired.

Are you a smoothie-maker and have you tried using some new flavors and ingredients lately?

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9 thoughts on “Raspberry Banana Coconut Milk Smoothie

  1. strictlydelicious

    I love coconut milk in my smoothies too Nancy! Even though I’m not dairy-free, I actually prefer it. To me, cow’s milk just tastes too meaty among all those fresh fruits! lol. I’m loving the pretty pink color of this smoothie and the complementing presentation! Gorgeous 🙂

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  2. Nancy

    I’ve yet to try coconut milk in a smoothie, Nancy, and I think you’ve convinced me! It sure is yummy looking…it almost looks like a milkshake.

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