"This simple and unique smoothie is perfect for breakfast or snacking. Has a smooth, uniform flavor that makes it light and delicious." — Chef W
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red seedless grapes
1 (6 ounce) container
My 7 year old was a little nervous as I made it but loved it. It is light and very peachy. I think it would work with any yogurt. Followed recipe exactly. Thanks.
I froze the grapes and omitted the ice. I also used one packet of Truvia in place of the granulated sugar. This was okay. Drinkable but not my favorite.
great, cool and refreshing. Only added 1 tsp of vanilla, and used lemon yogurt since that was what we had. I omitted the sugar and ended up with a great smoothie that even my two yr olds loved!
This smoothie was very good! I love to make it when I don't have ingredients like strawberries on hand (which a lot of smoothies call for). I will definatley continue to make this!
Pretty nice - I used banana yogurt because that's what I had. Kids raved.
the smoothie was okay. it had WAY to much vanilla though. So it was more like a vanilla sugar smoothie with a hint of grape. If I ever made this smoothie again, I would change some ingredients. Instead of doing peach yogurt i used strawberry, because that is all we had!
Good, easy to make and looks presentable.
I didn't care for this, I didn't think the combination of grape and vanilla went well together.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
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