Apple Banana Smoothie Recipe

Apple banana smoothie served in glass mason jars on a wicker tray with fresh fruit

This Apple Banana Smoothie Recipe is easy and simple, but packed with flavor and fruit.  This smoothie blend is perfect for breakfast or an after school snack.  It’s a recipe the entire family will enjoy.

Apple banana smoothie served in glass mason jars on a wicker tray with fresh fruit

Apple Banana Smoothie Recipe

Like smoothies?  I love smoothies.  The first smoothie I ever had as a child was an apple banana combination.  I have modified the original recipe and I’ve even added in a couple of tablespoons of peanut butter, but it’s this basic blend of apples and bananas that started my love for these kind of blended drinks.  

I/we are always on the run and I have found smoothies to be a very helpful and healthful way to get in our fruits and veggies in with a busy lifestyle. 

Even when we aren’t running out the door, I find two of my kids leaning towards a smoothie for a snack, which is fine with me.  The problem is getting everyone to put their dirty dishes in the dishwasher immediately (lol). 

Here is a printable version of the recipe for you and then after you have tried this recipe, peek below to find a whole different blend!

Apple Banana Smoothie Recipe

Apple banana smoothie served in glass mason jars on a wicker tray with fresh fruit


  • 1 apple
  • 1 banana
  • 1 cup ice
  • 1 cup milk (or your favorite alternative)
  • 2 tablespoons peanut butter
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon cinnamon


Wash the apple. Peel, core, slice and dice the apple. Add it to the blender pitcher.

Peel and add the banana to the blender.

Add in the ice, milk, peanut butter, honey, vanilla extract and cinnamon.

Blend the ingredients well and serve.


More on making this recipe:

WAIT,  Did you need this peanut free?  I’ve got you covered!  Swap the peanut butter for WOWButter®; it’s a peanut and tree nut free peanut butter alternative.  You can find it in the allergy friendly aisle at your Price Chopper/Market 32 Supermarket.  

Or, Dairy Free?  Swap the milk with your favorite dairy free alternative.  I LOVE the almond milk with a hint of honey as a swap for this recipe if you don’t have a nut allergy.  Always choose what fits your dietary needs!

No Ice? Simply put a banana in the freezer the night before and swap the frozen banana for the ice in the recipe. 

Love smoothie recipes?  We do!  Try a whole different flavor filled blend.  Check out my Sun’s Up Smoothie, it’s a delicious, energizing citrus blend.

Two creamy fruit smoothies in glass jars arranged on a tray with colorful straws.

Sun’s Up Smoothie Recipe Link


16 Comments on “Apple Banana Smoothie Recipe”

  1. Smoothies are something we don’t really do a lot of. Izzy loves her milk and the odd milkshake. Hmmm, could be interesting to let her try make one herself and see how she goes with it. Would have never thought to put peanut butter in it though 🙂

    1. Let me know if she does :)! We actually use peanut butter in three different combinations but obviously not in all of them…it’s a must try combo! Hope you like….~ jodie

    1. ONE of our favorites. My guys are HUGE peanut butter fans so any recipe is a winner with it….

    1. AWESOME!!!! We are huge smoothie drinkers too :)…

      Thanks for swing by. Have a GREAT week….xo

    1. Thank you! So, I did put it into the recipe analyzer…I typically don’t include the info because I never know what products people use, etc. I break that blender into 2 servings.

      It’s under 175 calories per serving with the specific products I use. Note: I use a dairy alternative like almond milk. You can plug in your specific products to get a better indication of the calorie count. I hope that’s helpful :)! Sorry it’s not specific, but honestly there are so many factors to consider…

      Thanks for stopping by. Hope you enjoy 🙂 xo

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    1. Thank you! We love smoothies too. Yes, you can use oat milk. The banana milk may tip the scales on the flavor… maybe use the banana milk and leave the banana out? I will be curious – let me know!!! I will have to experiment with the banana milk :). Enjoy and have a GREAT day.

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