Banana Bread Smoothie

When I think about naming a smoothie, I think about the ingredients, but I also think about the promise I’m making to the end-taster. If I promise a pumpkin pie smoothie, and it tastes vaguely of pumpkin and nothing like pie, that’s not a good thing for anyone.

This week, I’m promising banana bread. I will say that I had one Smoothie Club goer this week who said he could taste the spinach, but not another soul of the 30+ people I fed smoothies to this week mentioned anything but delicious banana bread. I think the secret ingredient is the almond butter. I used top quality, fresh ground almond butter, and it give it that rich, bread-y feel. It’s great.

If you want more cinnamon in your smoothie, feel free to add it. I’ve even been known to add a drop of top quality, food-grade cinnamon essential oil (just one drop is enough) to my morning smoothie. It works like a charm — and is good for your blood sugar too. Just don’t overdo it. Cinnamon is a heating herb, and you don’t want to add too much heat to your system if it’s not needed.

On with this month’s delicious smoothie club recipe!!

banana bread smoothie

Banana Bread Smoothie


  • 1 cup almond milk
  • 1 frozen banana
  • Fist full of baby spinach
  • 2 tablespoons almond butter
  • 1 tsp pumpkin spice (or more to taste)
  • Pinch of stevia

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