Yes! We have no bananas- green smoothie.

Yes! We Have No Bananas (for the green smoothie today!)
as the 1923 banana shortage inspired classic goes

“Yes! We have no bananas
We have no bananas today!!
We have string beans and onions, cabbages and scallions
And all kinds of fruit and say
We have an old fashioned tomato
A Long Island potato, but
Yes! We have no bananas
We have no bananas today!”

and the new version?

“Yes! We have no bananas
We have no bananas today!!
We have kiwi, dates and passionfruit, grapes and watermelon
And all kinds of greens and say
We have an old fashioned orange
and strawberries, but
Yes! We have no bananas
We have no bananas today!”

I had no bananas today either so I made banana free green smoothie that was still delicious. Starting liquid-1 orange, cup or more of green grapes and big cucumber- blend with 12 iceblocks (depending on how many greens you use)/ juice of a lime and lemon

fruit- 4 strawberries/2 frozen kiwi/watermelon/passionfruit/2 medjhool dates

greens-4 bunches English spinach/ 4 leaves dinosaur kale/ Scottish curly kale/handful continental parsley/ small amount mustard wasabi greens

extras-2 tbs ground chia-really need this for the thick creamy feeling that bananas give/ handful goji berries/ 3 stevia- enjoy

10 Responses to “Yes! We have no bananas- green smoothie.”

  1. Ann says:

    Yummo – interestly I had lots of bananas today and put in two along with pear, green apple and lime and of course spinach and kale and added cranberry juice.
    I didnt have a smoothie yesterday as my other half accidently poured hot water into the blender which I had stupidly left in the sink (as it was dripping the good greens down the side). I cannot recommend smoothies with hot water in them.

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