How to Make a REAL Strawberry Orange Banana Smoothie

by John Kestner

This will impress your friends AND your taste buds! Zero added sugar, all fresh fruit, and only takes about 10 minutes for awesomeness. (Tip: you can freeze leftovers for a tasty frozen treat)


  • 15 Strawberries
  • 1 Large Banana
  • 5 Cuties (tiny oranges)
  • 2 Yoplait yogurt (Strawberry/Banana)
  • 3 Cups Ice Cubes
  • Lil bit of love
  • Instructions

    Step 1

    Here's what you need, for this to work it helps if you get the best.

    Step 2

    Core the strawberries and put them in first.

    Step 3

    Peel your banana and cut into 1in slices so it blends a little smoother.

    Step 4

    When working with cuties, always give them a good squeeze or two first ;) the peel will come right off and speed up the process.

    Step 5

    Make sure you get as much peel and "white" off as you're willing to, if you want it a little chunkier then I guess you could leave it :)

    Step 6

    Separate oranges into individual wedges or at least down to 2-3 wedge portions then throw them in.

    Step 7

    My wife helped and she isn't as obsessive as me (hence the orange halves)

    Step 8

    Start scooping your yogurt into your mix. Don't forget to lick the lids! P.S. you can choose whatever flavor you want, I like strawberry and strawberry/banana.

    Step 9

    Almost there...

    Step 10

    Dump the ice on top so when you blender sucks everything down it gets the ice last

    Step 11

    Get your button pressing finger ready!

    Step 12

    Eye of the delicious storm

    Step 13

    Don't blend too long, it should be a medium thickness.

    Step 14

    Use your party cups so you don't need to do the dishes after you go into your fruit coma.

    Step 15

    If you REALLY want to impress your friends notch out a little bit of your strawberries and place them carefully on the side of your cups for a fancy "restaurant-style" look. haha

    Step 16

    Way to go you! Super healthy and it doesn't taste like it at all!