Recipe by Penny
"Banana, blueberries and peaches blended with yogurt and fruit syrup. Use any flavor of syrup to taste. My kids like to freeze this for ice pops."
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frozen peach slices
all fruit blueberry syrup
I used a frozen banana, Stacy's nonfat organic vanilla yogurt, two tbsp. homemade fruit jam and fat free milk. The kids thought this was great.
I tried this since I had already tried all the others and noticed no one had left a review. I found it to be very bitter tasting so I tried it again using vanilla yogurt instead of plain and 2% milk instead of the rice milk. I also used a dash of vanilla extract. It was a little better, but still very bitter. Not my favorite here. So sorry.
Pretty good - I used fat free vanilla yogurt and since I didn't have blueberry syrup or rice milk I used honey and skim milk.
I really like the combination of fruits on this smoothie. Since I used all frozen fruit, I had to increase the amount of milk. Also, instead of blueberry syrup I used 1/2 scoop of protein supplement. Thank you Penny, this is a great smoothie!
Really good! I used honey instead of the blueberry syrup and fat free peach yogurt, just because it's all I had. I also added a little more rice milk because it was a little too thick for me. I'll make these again!
I wish I'd had some blueberries but I didn't, nor did I have any rice milk. I added a little more non-fat yogurt to replace the rice milk and did not add the syrup as we don't like anything overly sweet. The end result was fantastic to us. I made 6X the recipe to take to a retirement home tomorrow...will serve over ice. I expect rave reviews...hubby swooned over his serving!!! Wish I'd had some of those blueberries. Thanks for a great recipe!!!
I love the fruit combination in this smoothie as well! I didn't have fruit syrup, but I did have jam, and so I used that instead. That's the only change I made. Delicious!
I used Chobani's peach yogurt, peach purée, a dash of soy milk, and a handful of blueberries....and then froze to make pops. Drinking the few ounces left, I can see a slight sweetener would be needed, hopefully frozen that will not be the case, as It was too late to add it to the pops! Using a banana would have helped, but I didn't want to dilute the peach/blueberry taste.
Because I was freezing it, I strained the mixture to get a smoother creme pop.
I like this recipe because it uses peaches and blueberries.....tired of the endless strawberry/banana based smoothies!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 6
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