Recipe by eveningbell
"A delicious way to use up your blueberries!"
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blueberries (frozen or fresh)
1 (8 ounce) container
2% reduced-fat milk
Very good - I used fat free vanilla yogurt and skim milk (reduced that a bit to keep it thicker). I cut back on the sugar a bit as well and added some cinnamon along with the nutmeg.
Tasted more like the yogert. The kids didn't like it either.
Hubs and I were not enthusiastic about the nutmeg but that's just personal preference and not reason enough to dock the recipe a star - I just left it out. I used the blueberry yogurt I had in the fridge (never buy plain yogurt) and I think the extra blueberry flavor was a great contribution. I used Splenda rather than sugar, but since I was already using a sweetened yogurt I reduced the amount by half and the level of sweetness was just right. I used frozen blueberries which not only makes this refreshingly cold but they're also handy to have on hand to make this at any time. Incredibly blue and incredibly blueberry, Hubs rated this "close to five stars," high praise from a guy who only allots five stars to the best of the best.
I did not add sweetener, and used soy milk instead of cow's milk. Great recipe as is, but the addition of 2 peaches made it much more to my liking!
This blueberry smoothie was yummylious!! I also used vanilla yogurt and added a few more blueberries. It is sooo smooth and creamy! I ate some right away and froze the rest. Wow when I ate the frozen smoothie it was amazing! It will be my new "healthy" ice cream! I can't wait to try it with different fruit.
This was an amazing smoothie! It was nice and whipped with the addition of yogurt. I did modify the recipe a bit; I added half a banana and one teaspoon of cocoa powder to have a sweet and chocolaty taste. The smoothie turned out GREAT in the end!
This is a quick and easy way to get some healthy fruit in during the day. I do highly recommend using frozen berries though. I like smoothies that add a little extra flavor with cinnamon, nutmeg, or vanilla. It kind of takes away from the strong yogurt taste, esp. of plain yogurt. I put a little lite whipped cream on top and it was the perfect compliment. I did find though that a thinner brand of plain yogurt is a must for this recipe.
it was good
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 35
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