Banana Orange Smoothie

A smoothie is ideal if you have little time, and want to eat light but nutritious. Try this fruity banana orange smoothie. As an easy breakfast or an invigorating snack. The fresh orange is a golden combination with the sweet and creamy of banana. A leaf of mint gives your smoothie even more flavor. Deliciously refreshing and ready super fast!

Did you know...

That you only eat liquid for the first few weeks after weight loss surgery? Because your body needs to heal and swallowing is often still painful. A smoothie is a good choice. Easily digestible while taking in healthy nutrients. Even if you switch back to solid food, a smoothie remains a healthy option.

What you need for a Banana Orange Smoothie

For 1 person

  • 1 banana
  • 1 dash of freshly squeezed orange juice
  • 100 milliliters of skimmed or vegetable milk
  • 25 grams Pure Whey Protein Natural
  • leaves of mint (optional)

Furthermore, you need...

  • cutting board
  • knife
  • blender
  • tall glass


How to make the recipe

  1. Cut the banana into slices. If necessary, finely chop a few leaves of mint.
  2. Add all the banana, orange juice, milk and Pure Whey Protein to the blender.
  3. Mix all ingredients into a smooth and airy texture.
  4. Pour the smoothie into a glass and you're done!

Tip from our dietitian Solenne

After weight loss surgery, you often get too little protein. Protein contributes to strong bones, muscle building and muscle strength. With Pure Whey Protein from FitForMe as a supplement to protein-rich foods, you will get your daily dose of protein. Easy to add to your smoothie!

Consult dietician

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