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Little Bee you gone and done it!! I now take these out to the pool and serve to our drag racing buds for a good chill'in drink. Thanks so much for all our recipies. Barbwire8up
This was excellent! A very good breakfast this morning. I used a regular banana, not a frozen one, but did use frozen, unsweetened whole strawberries. Otherwise followed recipe exactly with very good results!!
This was really yummy! I used mixed berries & lactose-free skim milk instead of OJ - it was great!!
Tasty and easy! Thanks. I only got a sip because DH and DS slurped it down so fast. DS asked me to try it with apple juice, too.
I enjoyed this for breakfast this morning! I used vanilla yogurt, so left out the honey. I used fresh strawberries. Thanks!
A tasty, nutritious brekkie! I used fresh fruit, unsweetened OJ & fat free yogurt. It was a little tart but thats the way I like it - especially first thing in the morning. Thanx LittleBee!
We enjoyed this smoothie so much! I used a large fresh (not frozen) banana, 6 oz container of raspberry yogurt (all I had on hand), 1 cup of fresh (not frozen) strawberries and the rest I made per instructed. Excellent, quick, delicious & nutritious! Thanks so much, Little Bee, for sharing : )
This was very good. I don't care for yogurt, but had a tiny container in the fridge and used some of it for this. I added a package of sugar, because the tartness of the orange juice, yogurt and strawberries were too much for my taste buds. The addition of the Splenda made it just fine.
Hi Little Bee, I made this smoothie. I am sipping it right now! It is very good. I did add alittle splenda to it as my berries are quite sour and so was my orange juice. This would be very good using different types of fruit and juices, such as mango and pineapple juice. thanks for posting it. Be well...Nanniejo