Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

This is from Betty C. This is very thick and delicious like a milkshake but w/o the ice cream. (2/8/08 removed ice cubes from recipe.)

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Place the milk, berries, and sugar in a blender.
  2. Cover and process until smooth.


Most Helpful

The family liked this, I liked it because it wasn't loaded with sugar and I knew what went in it. It did turn out like a sorbet but didn't stop us from eating it. Thank you!

drinkmore April 28, 2014

Love the berries in this! My blender had a hard time blending it too, I had to add a lot of milk. I used honey instead of sugar and the texture of this was more like a sorbet than a smoothie, but it was tasty and more filling than my usualy smoothie! Thanks for sharing!

megs_ May 09, 2010

I tried this twice; the first time, I had to add a whole lot of liquid, because my blender just would not blend it! The second time, I used a mini food processor. It worked a bit better, but I still had huge chunks of strawberry that I needed to mash with a fork. If you want to drink this, I think you'd have to let the berries defrost first. I ate it with a spoon. I halved the recipe and used half a cup each of almond milk, strawberries and raspberries, and a packet of Truvia. Thanks for posting. Made for the 8th Annual Photo Swap.

brokenburner February 02, 2010

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