Smoothie: Kiwi fruit and banana

Kiwi Fruit

Ready for a new taste sensation in your smoothie?

This smoothie gives you with a protein hit from cashew nuts and two serves of fruit. Not a bad way to start your day.

Kiwi fruits are high in nutrients and low in calories. Kiwi fruit has been shown to assist with maintaining healthy skin tone and texture, reducing blood pressure and supporting heart health.

While the addition of banana is great for reducing swelling, protecting against type II diabetes, aiding weight loss, strengthening the nervous system and helping with the production of white blood cells due to it high levels of vitamin B-6.


Kiwi fruit and banana smoothie


serves: 1

  • 2/3 banana, frozen
  • 1 kiwi fruit, fresh or frozen, peeled and quartered
  • 1/4 cup cashews, soaked for 2 hours in cold water, rinsed and drained
  • 1/2 cup coconut water (without added sugar) or filtered water
  • 1/2 cup almond milk or nut milk of your choice
  • 1/2 teaspoon ground vanilla (available online)


  1. Add all ingredients to your blender and blitz until smooth.

Time Saver Tip

  • This smoothie will keep in the fridge for 24 hours so you can even make it the night before to take to work.
  • Buy your fruit in season and freeze to use as needed – just remember to let your fruit ripe first and to peel it before you freeze it.

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