Recipe by Dannon Oikos®
"Strawberries, peaches, and banana blended with creamy yogurt and cold milk make a refreshing summer snack."
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Dannon® Oikos Greek Vanilla Yogurt
frozen strawberries, unsweetened*
frozen peach slices, unsweetened*
One of the best smoothies I've ever had. Very, VERY good. NOTE: This would make a great yogurt pop for this summer, I'll just omit the milk.
Creamy, smooth and refreshing! This was great for breakfast and so easy to make! I love Greek yogurt and I ended up using all strawberries since I didn't have any peaches on hand.
This is delicious and healthy, and so easy to whip up for lunch. I like that it uses Greek yogurt for a protein boost and that there is no added sugar. It is also a generous serving. Thanks!
Very good - love that it uses greek yogurt! No extra sweeteners needed. The only change I made was I used blueberry instead of vanilla. Very filling ... feels like I'm eating dessert. :)
Hmmm, not sure why the Dannon Oikos photo of their smoothie is so brilliant strawberry-red. Not that it matters, but it's not...it's more "pretty in pastel pink." I make smoothies for Hubs on weekend mornings which he always welcomes when he's in our home study working. It's an easy and nutritious way for him to eat breakfast and not skip a beat "on the job." Today, however, while he still appreciated this cool smoothie on his throat, he was not able to offer his usual review since he's sick and his taste buds are shot. I can (cuz I'm not sick). As far as I'm concerned, this is probably one of the better smoothies I've ever made, but do consider that I doubled up on all three fruits, essentially using only half the amount of yogurt called for, effectively toning down the slightly sour tang of most smoothies I dislike. Also, the more rare addition of peaches to a (boring) strawberry-banana smoothie was a refreshing change. What it did was give the smoothie a new flavor all it's own, hence, I'm sure, why the submitter calls this a "Sweet Summer Smoothie." In addition to reducing the amount of yogurt by half, I also gave it a squirt of honey to sweeten it up. After making this I now will make a point of freezing up some peaches so I can make this on a whim.
Good, I didn't use peaches and it was fine. I replaced the peaches with blackberries. It was delicous
I really wanted to try this, because I like smoothies with peaches. I wasn't that excited it about it though. It just kind of tasted like a basic strawberry and banana smoothie. I even specifically bought the peaches to try it. The only change I made was just using a 5.3 oz container of the vanilla yogurt. It was plenty of yogurt. It wasn't bad, just a really common smoothie. Maybe, adding more peaches would help. I am not sure.
So yummy and a very easy smoothie to make. I have made this several times now. I love it and my kids love it. I used plain Greek yogurt because that's what I had on hand. So easy to substitute whatever fruits you have. Maybe next time I'll even add some spinach or flax seed to add some extra nutrients.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Sweet Summer Smoothie
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 14
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