Recipe by Becky Justnes
"My kids love the drinkable yogurt drinks, but they're so expensive. These taste the same for a fraction of the price and couldn't be any easier to make. You can substitute fresh or frozen fruit for the jam if you like, but this does affect the texture some and if your kids are picky like mine are, every little change is a potential issue. You can experiment with using more or less jam depending on your own personal taste. If your family is very picky about texture, you can just add about a tablespoon or so of DRY gelatin powder (any flavor) INSTEAD of the jam and you'll get the absolute smoothest shake (plus you'll have that lovely artificial color that some kids seem to think is necessary)."
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1 1/2 cups
seedless raspberry jam
I used a homemade freezer jam in this recipe. I'm sorry, this wasn't for us. Noone really liked it.
Delicioso! I used greek yogurt and extra cherry flavored gelatin powder and more milk. The yogurt had blueberry so I omitted the jam. The only one who did not like I was my 5yr. old but I loved it. Thanks
I used home made jam for this. The first time I followed it exactly, and it was good. But the second time I added extra jam and a little less milk, and it was lovely. Thick and creamy - a very quick and easy dessert or breakfast dish. Thank you.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Super Easy Drinkable Fruit Yogurt Shakes
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 26
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