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Berry Banana Smoothies

"This quick-to-fix nutritious drink is thick and frothy with a refreshing fruit taste. 'My mother gave me this recipe. It tastes fabulous,' says Linda Barker (with husband Gary, above) of Mohawk, Michigan. 'I fix it for breakfast or bedtime snack.'"
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Ingredients

15 m servings
Original recipe yields 2 servings

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  1. In a blender, combine all ingredients; cover and process until smooth. Pour into chilled glasses; serve immediately.

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I halved this for just me & used a frozen banana. Pretty good- but I tried it again after messing around. Added 6 ice cubes, 2 packets of Splenda, 1 T. sugar-free vanilla syrup & replaced the OJ...

My kids liked this recipe better once I added a cup of crushed ice and a couple of splashes of milk.

This is an excellent basic recipe. You can switch out the fruit for peaches, papaya, mango - or any combination you like. I usually cut up enough fruit for the week, then freeze it in individu...

i like this recipe but i added a few tweaks and didn't add honey.;besides whats the point of adding it anyway?!?!'[{^_^}]

Good fruity flavor, 'tho the strawberries get a little lost - the banana/orange flavor is predominant. Lightly sweet and frosty cold as I used frozen fruit.

This was very good. I threw in about a quarter cup of wheat germ. I have a lot of yogurt that I couponed for cheap and this was a way to not only use that up but also clean some frozen bananas a...

It tastes great, but I think it needs ice in it also to make it more like an actual scmoothie

This was a fantastic recipe-without the honey! The fruit was definitely sweet enough on its own! I ended up using only 1 cup of vanilla yogurt (didn't know how many cups was in each container-oo...

This was good. I just eyeballed the yogurt and honey, and it came out pretty good!