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My, oh my! What a treat! Oh it was so good! WIll definitely be making often!
I needed a quick smoothie for breakfast this morning, so didn't have time to freeze the yogurt. This is a delicious smoothie! I love how the brown sugar and banana really mellows the flavor of the pineapple. This drink is smooth and the taste is wonderful! Thanks, Bev~
I didn't have time to freeze the yogart...but it turned out great anyways. I used the greek sytle - fat free yogart. I also added a 1/2 cup of frozen mango/pineapple and a scoop of whey protein. (I only used one Tablespoon of brwn sugar also)
I never thought about freezing the yogurt before using. What a great idea. I've fixed this for the last 3 mornings. I don't like mine real sweet so I omitted the sugar. Thanks for a great, healthy recipe!
Very nice and tasty. I used crushed pineapple mixed with some of the juice instead of straight juice. The brown sugar was a sugar substitute blend and the yogurt was my homemade yogurt which is very thick. The banana was frozen. A great addition to my list of morning smoothies.
I am drinking it right now and I just finished the glass in record time. I am addicted. The blend of yogurt and fruit is perfect. That brown sugar does wonders for the dish--it truly is deicious. It really is quite healthy, and at the small 148 calories, and lots of potassium and other benefits--it's a great choice. Perfect for an after-school snack. I had to blend the mix for quite a while in order to get the frozen yogurt gone. One tip: when you freeze the yogurt, make sure the container that it takes the shape of is not larger than the opening to your blender. I made that mistake and then had to start cutting it, which didn't work, so I just broke it with my bare hands. I also drained the juice out of a jar crushed pineapples since I had no pineapple juice. If you're deciding whether or not to make it--make it. It's easy, delicious, healthy, and satisfying. Thanks "Bev"!