Banana Dates Smoothie

Time12 Min

How would you like an all-natural energy drink that doesn’t require scooping in any fancy protein powder or special ingredients? This Banana Dates Smoothie recipe is your answer and we’re not even kidding! Here’s a fun fact – Persian cuisine uses a lot of dates and nuts in their recipes. It’s embedded into their DNA and this Banana Dates smoothie recipe was born out of their love for those ingredi ... ents. Our Banana Dates Smoothie ingredients are kept clean and simple. You can get them from your nearest department store and the prep time for the smoothie is minimal. If you’re tired of complicating your meals or figuring out what to have for dinner, just prepare Banana dates smoothie at home! It’s packed with enough calories and our banana dates smoothie ingredients give you a steady supply of fuel throughout the day. You won’t be going hungry after your meals with this by your side. The best part about our banana dates smoothie video is how it shows you how to customize it to fit your lifestyle and needs. You can do the same with this recipe by adding honey, chopped nuts, and more fruit – if you want. Have this for dinner and for best results, we suggest pairing this with a salad on the side. If you want to learn how to make banana dates smoothie in just a few minutes, we've got you covered.

Nutrition Info. (per serving)

ProteinFatCarbsFibre156 Cal156 Cal156 Cal156 Cal
  • 6gProtein
  • 3gFat
  • 37gCarbs
  • 3gFibre


Fruits & Vegetables

Banana Robusta

Banana Robusta

0.75 unit

Dry Grocery

Dates Seedless

Dates Seedless

7 units




3 teaspoons


Skimmed Milk

Skimmed Milk

0.75 cups

In a pan, add Milk & Dates. Bring to boil.
In a blender, add Dates, Milk & sliced Banana. Blend to get smooth consistency.
Garnish with chopped Dates.
Health Benefits of Banana Dates Smoothie
If you’ve been feeling hangry lately and want a smoothie that’s filling, delicious and good for you – a chilled glass of this Banana Dates Smoothie is your calling. The sweetness of bananas coupled with the dates, the oats and honey layered together – how could you not go wrong with this recipe? Sugar is bad for you is what they say, but natural sugar from fruits is actually good! The fructose you get from bananas breaks down slowly as the fruit has fibre. The oats are gluten-free and have fibre too which means the carbs is released steadily. This is good news for anyone who is a diabetic. If you’re trying to get your prebiotics, gluten-free oats feed the “good bacteria” in you. You can make the recipe more pre-biotic friendly by adding some greens like chopped cilantro and mint. Leafy greens are high in potassium and if you’re trying to boost your intake of that nutrient, you could throw those in too. We suggest serving the smoothie with crushed ice blended in. Because a glass of Banana Dates smoothie tastes best chilled and there’s nothing like it.


We hope you had fun making it! Enjoy the meal.

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