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This was very good. I think I would prefer adding more yogurt instead of water next time.

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eillena September 04, 2007

TERRIFIC and terrific can be! DEFINATE keeper this is for me! Used 1 packet no sugar; equivilent to 2 teaspoons too! Less fat and tastes great, TRUE!

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mickeydownunder March 08, 2007

This is a great way to eat fruit! I used a blend of raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and strawberries. I also didn't have plain yogurt, so used vanilla yogurt, and then didn't add any sugar.

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vballkae November 04, 2006

I made this for my BF... I was hoping that I could have some, but he drank the whole thing! Guess that means it's good. ;) I did sneak a sip and it was quite tasty, especially considering the simplicity. Blueberries and raspberries are the two organic frozen berries that I can get regularly at Trader Joe's so with that and the fact that we both liked it, I'm sure this will become a regular for us. Thanks!

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Roosie June 14, 2006

Berry smoothies are my favorite and this one is really good. I had never used water in my smoothies before. It worked very well and didn't affect the flavor at all.

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islandgirl77551 February 03, 2006

This was a delicious smoothie! I usually add juice when I make smoothies but I really liked that all you tasted in this smoothie was the natural fruit flavors. I used frozen rasberries with fresh blueberries and about 3/4 cup of ice cold water - very refreshing! Thanks for posting this healthy, fruity shake!

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Babs7 February 02, 2006
Blue Raspberry Fruit Shake