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Put a little Silk in your Smoothie and Basic Frozen Fruit Smoothie Recipe

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Do like to start of your day with a smoothie? Smoothies are a great way to add extra nutrition to your diet and feed your hunger. They can even be a simple tasty treat to enjoy as a snack or at the end of the day. They are so easy to make at home too! When making your own at home smoothie, put a little Silk in your smoothie.

Silk products are a great part of your Smoothie Solution. Whether you are looking for a smoothie with more protein, fewer calories, creaminess, indulgence, exotic flavor, or dairy free yogurt flavor and creaminess, Silk is a great base to make a better smoothie.

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I love the fact that I can use Silk products to make a creamy smoothie with fewer calories and an extra boost the nutrition. I like to make a simple smoothie using half a banana, some frozen fruit, and Silk’s Unsweetened Vanilla Almondmilk or Coconutmilk.

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The almondmilk works great in any smoothie, but I especially love it in a triple berry smoothie. However, when I want more of a tropical flavor, I go for the coconut milk. I love to get a bag of frozen tropical fruit that includes mangos, pineapple, and strawberries for this smoothie. This is probaby my favorite.

I always us a half banana in my smoothies too. Banana adds some nice sweetness to my smoothie along with added creaminess. A splash of lemon juice helps bring out the flavors of the fruit, however this is optional.

Be sure to also take the opportunity to enter Silk’s Smoothie Solution Contest. The contest runs from now until June 5th. You can also get more tasty smoothie ideas by visiting www.silk.com/smoothiesolution. Save too by signing up for the Silk newsletter and receive a coupon.

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Basic Frozen Fruit Smoothie

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  • 1 cup Silk Almondmilk or Coconutmilk
  • 1 cup frozen fruit
  • ½ banana
  • splash of lemon juice optional
  • ice if needed


  • In a blender, add your Silk milk product of choice, frozen fruit, 1/2 banana, and splash of lemon juice. Blend until smooth and well combined.
  • Check the thickness of your smoothie. If needed you can add a couple ice cubes and blend again to thicken. However, I find my smoothie is usually just fine without the added ice. Serves 2.
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