"This light, delicate smoothie is perfect for those hot summer days. The Asian pear flavor really comes through." — Alysha Meeks
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Asian pear, cored and cubed
vanilla fat-free yogurt
I've never used a pear for smoothies, but I really liked this. I don't care for ice in mine so I used frozen strawberries. I also left out the sugar. Great smoothie! Thanks!
REALLY GOOD. I think if you drank this with a side of cheese and crackers it would be really good. Also its a great sleep over and summer time drink. It has a light and airy fruitylishous flavor! =)
Gorgeous smoothie, quick and simple to make. Tastes so delicious, first time ever using pears. Just know I will be making this again. Thank you for sharing.
I left out the sugar and it wasn't missed! This was a great treat for the kids who couldn't get enough. The pear gives it a great flavor and one more way to get some different fruits down the kids.
Yum!!!! I had a couple asian pears I wasn't quite sure what to do with, so I decided to make this. This was fantastic...one of my favorite smoothies...thanks for sharing!!
Refreshing! I like the pear-strawberry-vanilla combo. Since the vanilla yogurt already had sugar in it, I did not add the extra sugar. I used a Bartlett pear instead of Asian pear and didn't add the ice since I used frozen strawberries.
Didn't used any sugar and added a banana. Very yummy!
Taste was good, but a little weak. A pretty pink though.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Asian Pear and Strawberry Smoothie
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 5
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