This creamy shake, which can be made the night before, is a great way to use up ripe bananas that have been frozen. When bananas start to get brown, pop them in the freezer and take out as needed.
fresh or frozen berries (any combination)
milk or vanilla-flavored soy beverage
lower-fat vanilla yogurt (or other flavor that complements berries)
In a blender, liquefy fruit with a small amount of the milk. Add remaining milk and yogurt; blend until smooth. If shake is too thick, add extra milk or soy beverage to achieve desired consistency.
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Shakes are a great way to increase fruit and milk intake. The skim-milk powder adds thickness to the Banana Berry Shake and boosts the calcium content to
353 mg per serving.
The vanilla yogurt used in these shakes has a slightly higher carbohydrate content than most other yogurts, so people with diabetes may want to choose a lower-carbohydrate brand.