Our Strawberry Banana Frozen Whip will satisfy your sweet tooth but it’s total clean eating with just 3 easy ingredients! I am a #StonyfieldBlogger and this post has been sponsored by Stonyfield Farm, but as always, all opinions are my own. Be sure to scroll to the bottom and enter the $10 Hannaford gift card giveaway so you can try Stonyfield Whole Milk Smoothies for yourself! #sponsored #YoGetter
I have written about my son Ethan’s challenging eating habits many times before, but you may recall that our daughter Olivia is the complete opposite. That girl loves to eat. Everything. In fact, Olivia wants to eat constantly. She’d much rather eat small snacks constantly then sit down to a meal. While she eats tons of healthy snacks like fruits and veggies, and frequently asks for salad, her constant grazing is bit frustrating and concerning. At five-years-old, we want Olivia to have developed healthy eating habits. We’re making some changes here at home to help curb the constant eating. Now, every meal and snack ends with me asking the question – is your belly full? If not, we have her nibble on a handful of grapes or a little more to drink so she’s not asking for a snack in five minutes!
Starting with a healthy breakfast sets the tone for the day. And, Stonyfield Whole Milk Smoothies help to fill up her seemingly bottomless belly before school. Her favorite flavor is the strawberry – but then, she loves all things strawberry! On less hectic mornings, I have time to make her a quick strawberry banana fruit smoothie, using the Stonyfield whole milk strawberry smoothies to thin it out.
One of my favorite treats is this Raspberry Banana “Frozen Yogurt” that has no sugar added, just lots of great flavor. It really satisfies my sweet tooth. I decided one morning after the kids had gone off to school to surprise Olivia with a delicious after school snack. As you can see, the result was this deliciously creamy frozen strawberry banana whip.
Strawberry Banana Frozen Whip
Here’s how to make our simple Strawberry Banana Frozen Whip, this recipe makes about 4 servings:
1 ripe banana
1 cup fresh strawberries, hulled
2 (6oz) Stonyfield Whole Milk Strawberry Smoothies
Pour the smoothies into an ice cube tray and freeze until solid.
In the blender, add fresh fruit and the frozen smoothie cubes. Blend until smooth.
Note: You can add a splash of orange juice, milk, or almond milk if you want it to be thinner.
Here are more great healthy frozen treats:
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