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Yummy! I used vanilla yogurt and a few tsp of chocolate syrup and it worked wonderfully. We enjoyed the combination of chocolate and strawberries. Thanks Lainey, for another keeper recipe. :)

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2Bleu January 10, 2009

My daughter gave this a big 5-star thumbs up, having enjoyed this being on liquids after a tooth extraction. Thanks for sharing! ~Sue

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Sue Lau January 08, 2009

Yummo, toddler DD downed this record time, I had to sneak a taste in before I gave it to her knowing that she wouldn't share this once she'd tried it. I didn't have chocolate yoghurt on hand so used vanilla with a small scoop of chocolate ice-cream left in the bottom of the tub, I also snuck in some baby spinach leaves merely for extra nutrition. Thanks Lainey!

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**Mandy** August 06, 2008

Yet another great smoothie recipe that I can add to my file! I did use a low-fat chocolate yogurt, the 2% milk that I always have on hand & frozen strawberries! As usual for me, I left out the ice cubes 'cause I like the less-icy, stronger taste that I get! Loved the combination of the chocolate & berries! Thanks for sharing! [Made & reviewed as a recipenapped bonus in Aus/NZ Recipe Swap #14, Mar 08]

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Sydney Mike March 26, 2008

This was delicious! The only chocolate yogurt I could find at my grocery store was Yoplait's Chocolate Mousse Style. So I used two 4 oz. cartons of that, 7 strawberries, 2% milk, and the crushed ice. This was so good and the kids loved it. Thank you!

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mliss29 March 02, 2008
Chocolate-Covered Strawberry Smoothie