"This recipe is delicious! You may substitute the strawberries for any other berries or fruit." — Sarah
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Delicious! I used fat free vanilla yogurt and skim milk to keep it on the lighter side. This was very good for breakfast.
The flavor of this smoothie was very appealing. I changed nothing, only adding in a few blueberries. I like that it primarily uses pineapple juice rather than orange juice, which usually makes a smoothie too tart. I would recommend using frozen fruit to make it more refreshing (but additional liquid is needed if you do that). Tip* if you use very ripe strawberries, it cancels out the need to add the sugar. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
The only change that I made on this was I added oatmeal to it. I wanted it to have extra fiber, but other than that, this is a good beverage. thanks for sharing it.
I thought this tasted good. Pretty similar to the type I used to make when I first started making smoothies. It kind of tasted like a melted strawberry shake and I used a frozen banana. After I tasted the recipe I added about 8 ice cubes, as I always do with smoothies, because I prefer them icy cold. I also subbed the sugar with 1 packet of Truvia. Lately, I have been throwing vegetables in them also, and added a handful of shredded carrots, but that was only to get some veggies in. It tasted great as is.
I used a large frozen banana, Stacy's organic vanilla yogurt and 1/4 cup Dole strawberry-pineapple-orange juice. The kids thought this was great, though I did have to add a little more juice.
very good--can ad lib. I added crushed ice and left off the juice and used milk...it was more like a frozen drink or like a milk shake--oh so good! and nutritious with banana and some custard strawberry yogurt I had on hand
I'm actually agreeing with everyone thus far? That never happens. LOL. There was just enough juice and yogurt in this to keep the strawberry subtle and not get too over-powering. (I don't like banana or strawberry either one to get too over-powering and like other flavors to sort of "calm them down" - yogurt works well for that.) It mixed up well and was easy to drink. But not a wow, so a 4.
I love this! its sooooooooo good! i had to use a little bit more milk and juice. For you for this delicious smoothie!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Fruit and Yogurt Smoothie
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 13
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