Kiwi And Banana Smoothie Recipe

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Delectably sweet, sharp and creamy in equal measure, with a kick of spice from the cinnamon, this low-fat smoothie delivers on the flavour front as well as working as a snack in Coach’s weight loss meal plan for women and weight loss diet plan for men. The kiwi and banana means this smoothie counts as one of your five-a-day, and the protein content in yogurt will help keep you feeling full.

It’s as simple as blending the ingredients below. If you’re in need of something to blend it in, our recommendations of the best smoothie makers will help. Our top option is the Nutribullet Balance, which has built-in scales and connects to an app so you can check the nutritional information of every smoothie you make – helpful since many smoothies contain eye-watering amounts of sugar. There’s nothing wrong with that, of course, although it helps to be in the know so you can adjust what you eat the rest of the day.

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Kiwi And Banana Smoothie Recipe

Ingredients (Serves One) 

  • 1 banana
  • 2 kiwis
  • 2tbsp low-fat natural yogurt
  • Pinch of cinnamon
  • 75ml apple juice


We entered the smoothie ingredients into Myfitnesspal, one of the best weight-loss apps for calorie counting, to get a rough nutritional breakdown for this recipe. This smoothie comes in at around 245 calories per serving. It provides approximately 57g of carbohydrate, 7g of fibre, 5g of protein and just 2g of fat.

More About The Ingredients In This Kiwi And Banana Smoothie Recipe


Bananas offer a fat-free package of natural energy and hunger-curbing fibre.

Kiwi fruit

Kiwi is a good source of magnesium, an essential mineral. Discover more foods that contain magnesium and why we need it.

Natural yogurt

Yogurt is full of protein, which helps you feel full for longer. 

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Lucy Miller
Former editor

Lucy Miller is an experienced journalist who has worked across a range of health and fitness titles. She was the fitness and nutrition editor at Men’s Fitness UK, and has also been fitness editor of both Health & Fitness UK and Women’s Fitness UK. Lucy qualified as a NASM-certified personal trainer and nutritionist in 2008.

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