4 Reviews

This is basically the recipe I use when making a smoothie, and I love it. I use the frozen four berry mixture with blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. If you make it really thick it's a very satisfying substitute for ice cream for us dieters. And re #5 -- if you have space just put the blender jar into the freezer. Then you're not faced with a really gross milky mess in your sink when you get home. And if a smoothie is a daily thing for you can be used again before washing. Works great!

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constantmac May 06, 2010

this was a great smoothie recipe.

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Jillyray April 19, 2010

Yum! Wasn't sure what type of yoghurt I should use so I used lactose free vanilla yoghurt and I also used lactose free milk (to make it suitable for my daughter). The mixture of frozen berries had more blueberries in the bag so the smoothie was a deep purple colour. Great health drink for my 6 year old and yummy. Thank you for posting your recipe lmt425

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Chef floWer April 18, 2010

Great, simple smoothie. I used vanilla yogurt and a berry mix that included raspberries, strawberries and blueberries. I like that it isn't overly sweet! And I like direction #5 :) Made for Spring 2010 PAC.

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Outta Here April 17, 2010
Another Smoothie Recipe