8 Reviews

This was fantastic. A nice sweet taste that is really refreshing. :)

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Amber of AZ December 22, 2002

It's an awesome recipe, however, I don't see the use of "sugar" as being in any way shape or form, healthy. Why not buy the drink in bottle at the supermarket when its been processed and mixed up with sugar? If you were to add a bit of fresh apple juice to this, that would give an awesome sweetness but without all of the unhealthy side affects.

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Kishawnya October 15, 2005

Sweet and creamy. I got 2 huge servings.

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lemoncurd July 31, 2005

Excellent health shake! First of all, I'd recommend doubling the recipe! I also added about 8 fresh strawberries to the mix... and a bit more sugar. These disappeared way too quickly. Thanks, Andrew for posting my new favorite smoothie recipe!

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Fauve July 24, 2005

This was really yummy. My almost 3 year old and I made it together and it was a great easy math lesson as she counted the ice cubes! I used a frozen banana and splenda (just 1/2 tbsp. which I thought was plenty) and it was really good. I don't usually let my smoothies blend for very long but I liked the texture the full 1 minute blending gives it. Definitely 1 I will make repeatedly.

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ladypit January 05, 2005

It was good. I expected more of a banana taste though...Thanks!

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Ang11002 April 29, 2003

Always tastes good. The sugar is needed so that you can actually taste the vanilla.

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Missy Wombat January 26, 2003
Banana Nog