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Very tasty! I used mixed berries--blackberries, blueberries, and raspberries and a squirt of agave nectar. As we always have chocolate milk on hand, I'll be making this frequently. It's good to find another way to add cinnamon to the diet. Thanks for posting!
loved this drink.
Thanks to Best of 2011 Cookbook Official Game I picked this recipe to try.
I was surprised with how well the flavors blended into an amazing drink.
Will be making this drink a lot.
Fantastic! The chocolate and cinnamon were the big hits in this smoothie recipe. I used a mix of frozen blueberries and frozen blackberries, so it produced a thick, very deep purple smoothie that was positively delicious. Like a few other reviewers, I didn't add any of the optional toppings but nonetheless enjoyed this smoothie immensely. Thank you for sharing my recipe, Yummy InMyTummy. Made for Fall 2011 Pick-A-Chef.
GREAT, GREAT SMOOTHIE! I did leave out the ice & used a combo of frozen berries that I had on hand = blueberries, raspberries & marionberries! Also left off the 'extra yumminess' of the whipped cream & crushed crackers & had a wonderful drink! Thanks for the keeper! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup cooking game]
So scrumptious! This really tasted like cobbler! We used blueberries in place of the blackberries, vanilla milk (b/c we had no chocolate milk) and blueberry yogurt. My kids loved it! Thanks Yummy! :)