Recipe: Feijoa and Banana Smoothie

by Michelle on May 16, 2012 · 2 comments

in Healthy Drinks,Meal

Here is another feijoa recipe for those of you who love feijoas (or who just don’t know what to do with them!). A delicious desserty feijoa and banana smoothie!

Recipe: Feijoa and Banana Smoothie

Ingredients:

  • feijoas, peeled or flesh scooped out, whichever method you prefer
  • bananas, frozen
  • milk, any kind you like (coconut, full fat dairy milk, nut milk etc.

How to:

Add your desired amount of feijoas and bananas (e.g. a few feijoas and 1/2 frozen banana, to make ~ one serve), add roughly double the volume of milk and blend until it becomes a smoothie-like consistency! Enjoy chilled or over ice.

Michelle

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Catie @ Head Plant Health May 16, 2012 at 11:42 am

Frozen bananas rock my world!
I know you probably described in an earlier post, but what is a Feijoa and what does it taste like!? Intrigued!!

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Michelle May 16, 2012 at 2:50 pm

Aren’t frozen bananas the best?! It would be good if I described how they taste in another post.. but since I didn’t, here you go: well they taste kind of tangy; kind of like guava or a bit like strawberry. And this delicious fruit has a texture a bit similar to kiwi, if kiwis were seedless. They also look quite ugly (I think) compared to similar great tasting fruit. Here is a timely post from Milkwood about feijoas: http://milkwood.net/2012/05/09/how-to-romance-your-feijoa/

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