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Chef Lizzie: Banana Breakfast Bash

Does a smoothie sound good? Grab an avocado and banana. But skip the frozen yogurt. Then check out this tasty Banana Breakfast Bash recipe from Chef Lizzie's FIT Kitchen.

Remember to always get your parents' permission and help when you work in the kitchen. This recipe makes enough food for at least two people.

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Banana Breakfast Bash


1 large banana

1 ripe avocado

8 to 10 ounces reduced-fat milk (Chef Lizzie likes to use a non-dairy milk like oat, almond, or soy.)

2 tablespoons sugar or honey (A little honey accents the fruit flavor -- like salt accents the flavor of other foods.)


  • Peel the banana. Break it up into three or four pieces. Put them in the blender.
  • Peel the avocado and remove the pit. (You may need help from a grown-up. Pits can be hard to get out.) Put the avocado in the blender, too.
  • Pour in the milk.
  • Add the sugar.


Chef Lizzie says: Remember you should always have a grown-up watch you when using kitchen appliances like a blender.

Put the cover on the blender.

Mix until creamy. It should take about 15 to 25 seconds.


Pour your smoothie into glasses. Yum!

WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Daniel Brennan, MD on January 17, 2015