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Pretty much followed your recipe (& usually leave out any ice cubes), but since I did use a large frozen banana, I did need to add 4 of the ice cubes for better consistency! Worked great for us & made for a very nice tasting smoothie! Thanks for posting the recipe! [Made & reviewed in 1-2-3 Hits Tag]

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Sydney Mike July 28, 2011

I used a frozen banana so I used no ice. It was great. Sweet but healthy :) That was great to start the day. Filling enough. Thanks Annacia :) Made for 123 hit wonders

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Boomette July 22, 2011

Mmmm Annacia, this is so creamy it's almost an ice cream. Mine was also made with non fat yogurt as that was what I had on hand and my banana was out the freezer, I keep some for recipes like this. The flavour and the thickness made you feel like you were having something naughty, but it's not. This is one I will be making again, it fixed my craving for ice cream that I had. Thank you for posting. Made for Tis the season for giving 2010

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Tea Jenny December 08, 2010

5 stars all the way. What's not to like here??? This is such a nice thick and rich smoothie, that's it's hard to believe it's so LF/LC. I chose to use non-fat plain yogurt in replacement of the sourcream. My banana was frozen and so I did have to use a splash of skim as it wasn't blending well. I also used Hershey's Dark Chocolate cocoa powder. Yummy,,,Yummy. A really good mid-afternoon drink~ Made for PhotoTag.

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CoffeeB February 21, 2009
Banana Peanut Chocolate Smoothie, Diabetic