• Makes 2
  • 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 5 Ingredients


This Danana Breakfast Slushie recipe is so yummy but also lots of fun! Experiment with additional toppings, adding extra fruit or switching the banana out for a different fruit.

Ingredients (makes 2 breakfast slushies)

  • 1/2 cup Natural unsweetened yoghurt
  • 2 med/large Ripe bananas
  • 4 Dates, pitted
  • 1 tbs Honey or Golden Syrup
  • Sprinkle Toasted coconut & crumbled walnuts


  1. Peel the bananas, roughly chop, place in a ziplock plastic bag and freeze at least overnight.
  2. Spoon the yoghurt into an ice cube tray and freeze at least overnight.
  3. To make the breakfast slushie, place the frozen banana chunks, the frozen yoghurt cubes, the dates and the honey/syrup into a blender and blitz until the mixture resembles a slushie.
  4. Spoon into serving glasses or bowls, drizzle a little honey/syrup and sprinkle a little coconut and walnuts on top to serve.

  • Beautiful ! Lovely to make with vanilla coconut yoghurt as well.


  • Great substitute for ice cream and healthy too. Thanks for sharing.


  • Looks like a fun take on a healthy recipe


  • Thank you for the great ideas, bananas are cheap this week so will have a go at this and stock up.


  • Ooh yeah. I will be trying this. My favourite ingredients.


  • Nice recipe. Will try it out soon. Thanks for sharing.


  • If we ever get some warm weather will be trying it out. Thank you for this.


  • It looks so yummm ! Thanks for sharing such an amazing recipe ! Would give it a try soon !


  • Wow! This looks so tempting. I love plain greek yoghurt mixed with a little cassia cinnamon and raw oats! I will be giving this a try for sure.


  • A lovely breakfast slushie, I can’t wait to create them at home for the family to enjoy, thanks!.


  • sounds like a great breakfast alternative and would be lovely in the summer too.


  • This tastes amazing.. I also love to put in a teaspoon of cocoa! It’s delish ????


  • Yum! what a health variation! i will have to give it ago!


  • Nice recipe !
    Personally I would make it without the honey/golden syrup and probably with less dates as it is already sweet from the bananas :)


  • This looks so delicious – can’t wait to try it now that the weather is warming up.


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