Banana-Cranberry Juice-Tofu Smoothie
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Banana-Cranberry Juice-Tofu Smoothie
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:06:52 AM. Recipe ID 32559. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Banana-cranberry juice-tofu smoothie
 Categories: None
      Yield: 1 Servings
      2    Peeled bananas; frozen or
           -fresh, (if your bananas are
           -giant, use one)
      1    Box Mori-Nu lite tofu
           Cranberry juice
      1 ts Maple syrup
  Break bananas into 3" pieces and put in blender. Add the tofu, broken
  up a bit. Pour cranberry juice in to almost cover. Blend, adding more
  juice if mixture seems too thick. Add maple syrup while blending.
  Vary the texture to your preference, I like it at yogurt consistency.
  Pour some over a cooked bowl of oatmeal and swirl in.
  This will make a full blender of smoothie, enough for 4-6 bowls of
  oatmeal. I store the leftover smoothie in a glass container in the
  refrigerator, where it often mysteriously disappears :-) For some
  reason, it tastes like a strawberry shake.
  You can often buy ripe bananas for very little money. I buy large
  quantities, peel them, break them into three pieces, and freeze them
  in zip loc bags. For those that have had trouble with frozen bananas
  in their blenders, maybe it's the blender? I bought an Oster, which
  was about $10 more than the others, because I wanted the glass
  container. This blender model seems to have a very sturdy little
  motor in it.

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Recipe ID 32559 (Apr 03, 2005)

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