Fresh from the farm or garden, tomatoes are one of my favorite summer foods. My husband and I especially enjoy them in this 4-ingredient guacamole recipe I created. I’m always smiling when I get some tomatoes in my CSA Box from my farmer, Pekarek’s Produce!
(NOTE: If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll have noticed I reduce recipes to the simplest procedures and shortest list of ingredients that still yield delicious, nutritious results to help you eat healthy every day. You’ll see in my photos how these recipes look when served in everyday dishes without any fancy trimmings.)
Orange Banana Frosty
This blog was created by Cassie Augustine, a Dietetic and Nutrition Exercise Health Science double major at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln.
With summer right around the corner, are you looking for a refreshing way to excite your taste buds? Great, this recipe is a perfect way to liven up your meals or snacks. It is not only nutritious, but it is quick.
This banana orange frosty is the perfect way to perk up your day. With three simple ingredients you can make it for a breakfast on the go, a snack in between meals or even to compliment your meal.
Orange Banana Frosty is made with three common ingredients that can be found in your kitchen.
Makes: 2 servings
Total Cost: $1.86
Serving Cost: $0.93
- 1 banana (frozen)
- ½ cup low fat yogurt (plain)
- ½ orange juice (prepared)
- Put all the ingredients in a blender and mix well.
- You can add more liquid if you want to make the smoothie thinner consistency.
- Put in a cup and enjoy (:
Recipe Source: http://www.whatscooking.fns.usda.gov/recipes/supplemental-nutrition-assistance-program-snap/orange-banana-frosty