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1 1/2 cups
vanilla ice cream
1 1/2 cups
Excellent, esp. with peaches and strawberries in season. I found the sugar content fine...
i wasn't to big on it
I thought is was ok, but there is not quite enough sugar, slightly bland. It is easy to make.
This was easy AND delicious. My children loved it.
This was a pretty good smoothie, but next time I'll just tinker it to suit my taste. I'll prolly end up doubling the banana, reducing the apple, and increasing the ice-cream. Mine didn't have ice in it because I forgot to make some, and it made more than 2 servings. This is a pretty good basis for my ultimate smoothie though :)
I never would have thought to use apples in a smoothie, but why not? Unfortunately, while it certainly contributes additional nutrition, it did not add much flavor. Adding all those ice cubes only watered down the flavor as well. It was nice, however, to find a smoothie that didn’t have the tang of yogurt, and for that alone I’ll rate this four stars. It’s easy enough to cut back on the ice cubes or to not add it at all if your fruit is frozen.
First of all the serving size is wrong. I needed 4 servings so I doubled it and had enough for each person to have multiple refills. We also added some orange juice on one of the rounds and it was WAY better with that.
So so so delish ! The portion size runs big when I did it for one person, but I didn't mind having extra smoothie. It tastes so great !
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 113
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