(like this post).This is a fast and cheap recipe for a smoothie that tastes great. Really great. Doesn't cost much, doesn't take much time, and it uses up all those bananas before they go bad. Bananas are so cheap, I like finding different ways of using them
Reba's Banana n Stevia Smoothie
Break up bananas into chunks, about the size of a water bottle cap, and freeze them (a Ziploc works well here, because they tend to freeze into a blob, and you can bang that freezer bag on the counter to break the pieces apart). These will last awhile in the freezer, so I have started storing a big bag of banana bits - just for this smoothie recipe.
Ready to go:
Take your Magic Bullet (or blender, whatever machine you prefer) and for a single serving put about 1/2 a banana's worth of frozen banana pieces into the container - it's best to put in the bananas first
Next, fill up the container with Unsweetened Almond Milk
Add a generous helping of Pumpkin Pie Spice (I always buy too much of this stuff, so it's great to find ways to use it up)
Add stevia to taste (I always use the KAL Organic brand).
Whirrrrr that thing until you've got pure liquid.
Drink up! It's just soooo good, the almond and the banana and the spices. No sugar, no dairy, just good stuff.