"This is a very simple strawberry smoothie. I learned the recipe from my friends who work at Mercer's cafe." — Mary the Monkey
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1 (8.3 ounce) can
citrus flavored energy drink (e.g. Red Bull™)
Absolutely simple to make and tasty! I do think that the amount of strawberries need to be reduced, or a larger can of red bull should be used, but I wouldn't dilute it with water as suggested. This recipe could be a great starter base. Thanks for the share.
This is great. A very interesting blend of two exciting flavors. Will make again!
Refreshing as is or great base for a stronger drink. I used a small can of Sugar Free Red Bull and added 2 packs of Splenda and about 5 large frozen Strawberries. If I wanted alcohol some rum or vodka would be nice in this. If you want to add more liquid try a non-alcoholic strawberry daquiri mix. Also the taste will greatly vary depending on which energy drink you use, but if you use your favorite you shouldn't be dissappointed. I will make this before many big party nights!
Great idea! I'm drinking this as a pre-drink. Great for a long party night. I used fresh strawberries instead of frozen. I think this one would work with almost any fruit. I may try this one with added vodka sometime too.
This also can be made with 1 [8.3 oz] can of XS Energy Drink. No sugar or carbs in this one and it taste great. Better than Red Bull!!!!
I love to make these in the mornings! I use sugar free Rockstar instead of Red Bull and I add a bit of non fat strawberry yogurt to make it less tart. Yummy!
I used Full Throttle instead of Red Bull. Very good.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Energetic Strawberry Smoothie
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 2
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