Melon Banana Smoothie

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of which Sugars26.4g29.3%
of which Saturates1g4.9%
* All data is per serving
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Are you looking for an easy-to-make refreshing summer smoothie? Then, our delicious melon banana smoothie is definitely a must-try! Prepared with low-carb fruit and health-boosting ingredients, it will surely become your new favourite.

Cantaloupe melon and watermelon are not only iconic summer fruits but also some of the best low-sugar fruits, like berries. Moreover, they’re rich in vitamin A and C which help to keep healthy skin and fight free radicals.

Even if we’ve made this melon smoothie without yogurt, it’s still super creamy thanks to the blended banana and flaxseeds. Ground flaxseeds also boost this recipe with nutrients, like omega-3 fats and proteins.

Here at Foodaciously we love making smoothies, as they’re a convenient way to eat more fruit and vegetables and make a great ally to any weight loss plan. Try out our mango chocolate smoothie and immune-boosting Goji berries smoothie or check out our latest blog post on how to make a healthy smoothie.

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Lemon Juice1 tsp
Cantaloupe Melon220 g
Watermelon260 g
Coconut Water180 mL
Flax Seeds2 tbsp
Ginger0.25 tsp
Mint Leaves2
Vanilla Extract0.25 tsp
Bee Pollen0.25 tsp

step 1

Slice the banana into chips and mix them with lemon juice to prevent browning.

Bananas and lemon

step 2

In the bowl of your food processor, add chopped cantaloupe melon and watermelon.

Pour the coconut water and blitz until smooth.

Melon and watermelon in blender.

step 3

Add ground flaxseeds, ginger powder, fresh mint leaves, and bee pollen.

Blitz again until all the ingredients are well incorporated.

Enjoy this low carb melon banana smoothie right away or keep in it the fridge.

Smoothie with bee pollen and mint.


  • For a protein boost, you can swap coconut water with yoghurt, like Greek or soy yoghurt.

  • If you keep the seeds of melon and watermelon, you'll get so much more fibres and precious nutrients. And as they get blended, you won't even taste them!

  • For more tips on how to make a healthy smoothie, make sure to check out our latest blog post.