Peachy Banana Apple Smoothie

Peachy Banana Apple Smoothie
10.36 g
29.31 g
0.30 g
Total Fat
1 oz
Meat / Meat Alternative
½ cup

Prep Time

45 min


8 Servings

  • 8 ounces bananas, fresh, Edible Portion (EP)
  • 2 cups applesauce
  • 1 quart yogurt, Greek, vanilla, fat-free
  • 9 ounces peaches, frozen
  • 1 cup ice cubes

56 Servings

  • 3 pounds and 8 ounces bananas, fresh, EP
  • 3 quarts and 1 pint applesauce
  • 1 gallon and 3 quarts yogurt, Greek, vanilla, fat-free
  • 7 pounds and 14 ounces peaches, frozen
  • 1 quart and 3 cups ice cubes

112 Servings

  • 7 pounds bananas, fresh, EP
  • 1 gallon and 3 quarts applesauce
  • 3 gallons and 2 quarts yogurt, Greek, vanilla, fat-free
  • 7 pounds and 14 ounces peaches, frozen
  • 3 quarts and 2 cups ice cubes

Nutrition Facts

per serving

Calories: 154
Protein: 10.36 g
Carbohydrate: 29.31 g
Dietary Fiber: 2.31 g
Total Fat: 0.30 g
Saturated Fat: 0.18 g
Cholesterol: 3.40 mg
Sodium: 40.70 mg
Sugar: 23.35 g



Critical Control Point (CCP): No bare-hand contact with ready-to-eat food.

  1. Freeze the bananas at least one day prior to service. Peel the bananas and lay them on a sheet pan prepared with parchment paper. Ensure they are not overlapping or piled together. Cover and place in the freezer overnight. Once frozen, the bananas can be stored together.
  2. Place the applesauce in the refrigerator the day before making smoothies.
  3. In a 5-gallon bucket, combine the applesauce, Greek yogurt, frozen peaches, frozen bananas and ice cubes. Blend the mixture using an immersion blender until pureed and smooth. Taste to ensure the smoothie is smooth. If not, continue blending.

    Note: A 5-gallon bucket can hold 56 servings.

  4. Pour 8 ounces of smoothie into 9-ounce cups evenly and top with a lid.

    CCP: Hold and serve at 41°F or below.

    CCP: No bare-hand contact with ready-to-eat food.


  • Two cups applesauce = 2 cups fruit puree.
  • Eight pounds EP bananas = 12.5 ounces AP bananas or ~2 bananas or 1 cup puree.
  • Nine ounces frozen peaches = 1 cup fruit puree.
  • Fruit (puree) in smoothies credits as fruit juice. Fruit puree was weighed and measured without the addition of water or other ingredients.
  • Pair with 1 more item to credit as a reimbursable breakfast meal!

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