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Mm, a very nice breakfast on the way to work. Simple, easy and tasty. I did however end up with blueberry bits in my teeth by the time I got to work... but a great smoothie non the less! Thanks Netgirl.

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kelly in TO March 08, 2007

I found this just as yummy as Netgirl’s Smoothie #3 (banana-raspberry) Smoothie #3 (banana-raspberry), and I am really pleased to have found both recipes because they have both used such wonderfully healthy ingredients. I’ve made and enjoyed this several times now. This morning, I added a handful of sunflower seeds, and some Greek yoghurt, simply because they are ingredients I often use in smoothies. This is a recipe that can easily be modified or adapted to accommodate such taste preferences. I’ve made this for Pick a Chef 2006. Thank you Netgirl for a fabulous recipe!

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bluemoon downunder May 13, 2006

Made this for a fast breakie a while ago, and it was very satisfying. Thanx

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Little Italy October 28, 2005

The taste on this is ok, but I only gave it 3 stars because I think the proportions are off. I used rice milk instead of soy and frozen fruits but there was not nearly enough liquid. I had to add almost 1/4 cup more rice milk to get it to an ice cream like consistency. Had I wanted to be able to actually drink it, I would have needed at least 1/4 cup more. I liked that you put the flax seed in first though, as it did break the seeds up some. They are still in little pieces (not incorporated into the smoothie) so if chunky stuff is not your style then this is not a smoothie for you. Good flavor and certainly healthy, though! Thanks so much for posting and I hope your healthy eating is going well.

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ladypit October 07, 2004
Banana-Blueberry Smoothie