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How to make banana juices as a PRO

how to make banana juices as a PRO

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Banana Juice

Banana is probably the most famous fruit in the world next to apples. Grown in the tropics, it is consumed by the whole world and seen as one of the most versatile fruits around. Eaten for breakfast, dessert, as a snack, whatever you want to do, there are thousands of combinations worth trying. Today we’re going to teach you how to make banana juice as a pro and have yourself a delicious moment with this tasty fruit.

What you’ll Love about this PRO banana juice

  • Easy to make
  • Healthy
  • Fit for all ages
  • No refined sugar
  • Great for breakfast or snack
  • Packed with important nutrients


  • 2 bananas, sliced
  • 2 cups of almond milk (or water/regular milk)
  • ½ cup of peanut butter
  • 2 tablespoons honey, or to taste
  • 2 tablespoons of oat bran
  • half a teaspoon of cinnamon


Banana juice is naturally thicker than orange juice or lemon juice (citric fruit juices in general). It’s not mandatory, but a great way to add a nice texture that fits perfectly with the flavour is to freeze the bananas. Peel them first and then slice them into smaller pieces before storing in the fridge. Using ripe bananas will make your juice more sweet.

Place the bananas, the almond milk, and then the rest of the ingredients in a blender. Blend it until it’s homogenic and creamy. And that’s it!

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About the ingredients

Almond Milk

Almond milk is a lactose free option for your banana juice and only makes your pro banana juice more nutritious. It’s rich in magnesium, which is one of the most common minerals in our body and takes care of hundreds of important enzyme reactions. It also contains up to 80% fewer calories than dairy milk, while also rich in calcium, which is great for your bone strengthening. Some brands enrich their almond milk with phosphorus, manganese, copper and iron to give it a more complete nutrition.

Peanut butter

Peanut butter will make your banana juice a little more interesting. It’s naturally high in calories and also contains a good amount of protein. As we’re using only ½ cup, it won’t make much of a difference to your overall health.


In our tutorial of how to make banana juices as a pro, we’ll cut off the refined sugar and use honey instead. Honey will be the sweetener to your juice. Depending on how ripe your bananas are, just a spoon or two will be enough. Honey is made mostly of sugar and contains a mix of vitamins, amino acids, iron, minerals and antioxidants. It’s also commonly used as a natural anti-inflammatory agent, you’ve probably used honey to treat a sore throat or a cough.  

Oat bran

Considered one of the healthiest grains you can possibly find, oat bran will add a thicker texture to your juice while making it extra nutritious. Oats should be in everybody’s diet and supports digestion with its high fiber content, while also packed with nutrients: Riboflavin, phosphorus, iron, zinc, magnesium and thiamine. Oats and bananas are an old mix and fit perfectly well together in many other recipes.


Another well known ingredient that goes with bananas in lots of different desserts, cinnamon is a “hate it or love it” affair. Some people like to put it on everything while others can’t stand it. If you’re from the first group, then you can add a little cinnamon into your banana juice and give it an extra flavour, while making it healthier as well (a pro juice is also a healthy juice).

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  • Consume it immediately otherwise its taste changes and turns darker in color.
  • Do not use juicers to make it because banana contains very less amount of water compared  to other fruits and it would clog the juicer.
  • Change the quantity of honey to sweeten it as per your taste.
  • Add pineapple juice in place of milk for variation.
  • Replace apple with carrot to make even healthier banana fruit juice.
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Health benefits of Bananas

Bananas are a great source of potassium. An average banana contains 422 milligrams, which is a tenth of what you need in a day. Potassium helps us get rid of sodium when we pee and relaxes the walls of our blood vessels, helping to lower the blood pressure of our body. 

The yellow fruit is also a good source of:

  • Vitamin C, extremely important for our immune system.
  • Vitamin B6
  • Magnesium 
  • Vitamin A

Rich in dietary fiber, bananas provide you about 3 grams of fiber that help you with digestion and with the general health of your gut. Fiber also makes you feel fuller for a long period of time.

Bananas work as a pre workout or post workout snack. It’s consumed by most athletes due to their easily digested carbs and properties that help reduce muscle cramps and inflammation.


We hope you liked our tutorial of how to make banana juices as a PRO. Simple and easy to make, delicious and nutritious, you can drink it to start your day or as an afternoon snack and feel the benefits it brings to your health and well being. Share it with your friends and try different combinations with other ingredients you like!

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