Banana Smoothie Recipe

Banana Smoothie Recipe

Sweet and mellow bananas mix with Greek yogurt to create a delicious and refreshing smoothie. Tasting Guidelines Taste is sweet. Weight is medium. Texture is smooth and creamy. Good for people with low to severe treatment side effects
Prep Time5 mins
Cook Time1 min
Course: Smoothie
Cuisine: Health
Keyword: banana smoothie, greek yogurt, smoothie
Servings: 2 People
Author: Chef Ryan Callahan
Cost: $2


  • Cutting board
  • Chef's knife
  • Blender



  • 4 bananas
  • ¼ c. milk
  • 1 c. honey Greek yogurt
  • ½ c. ice

Flavor Balancers

  • 2 tbsp. sugar


  • Add all ingredients into the blender and cover.
  • Activate the blender. If you have frozen ingredients that are not cooperating, use the pulse function and a little finesse to pulse your way into the perfect mixture.
  • Taste you smoothie and adjust. Is there too much or not enough of a certain ingredient or flavor? Adjust the flavors just like you would do anything else.
  • Serve in a glass with a straw. Garnish if desired.

Cooking for Chemo focuses on teaching you how to make your food taste good again during cancer and chemotherapy treatments. The flavor and cooking techniques contained within our easy to make recipes will help improve your quality of life as you go through cancer and chemotherapy treatments. Our cooking and flavor techniques can be integrated with any diet regimen. Talk with your dietitian to come up with a quality nutrition plan. This site is not to be taken as or used instead of professional medical advice. Please consult your doctor, oncologist, and dietitian before starting any new diet.

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About the Author:

Chef Ryan Callahan is a 2x Gourmand World Cookbook Award Winning Chef. He is also the author of "Cooking for Chemo ...and After!" Chef Ryan acted as his mother's primary caregiver while she herself went through chemotherapy treatments. He has dedicated his life to helping cancer fighters navigate the difficulty that eating related side-effect present to the cancer fighter.