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I made this smoothie for my health class - it scored alot of points from me for high nutrition and a lower sugar content than most smoothies. Also, my students loved it and I am so happy they enjoyed something that is good for them!

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Jami Robin April 08, 2009

WONDERFUL! Love the orange flavor here. It was a bit thick and I had to keep adding lots of OJ to offset the thickness from the frozen berries, however, that was a bonus because it meant we had more to drink! I doubled the recipe but with all the added oj to thin it out this served 4! PERFECT! Love the added wheat germ and my 2 and 4 year old LOVED this!

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RedVinoGirl February 26, 2009

TERRIFIC!!! My daughter and son really enjoyed this smoothie. They had no idea there was yogurt or wheat germ included. They told me it was better than what we buy at the smoothie shop! Thanks NC for a great recipe. Made for Bevy Tag Apr08

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HokiesMom April 14, 2008

My youngest son and I had this at lunch today. Wow, this smoothie is fantastic! We just love the strawberry banana combo. I used frozen strawberries, so there was no need to add any ice cubes. The only change I made was to use strawberry yogurt instead of vanilla. I blended all the ingredients in my magic bullet for a creamy, refreshing drink. Thanks for posting, NcMysteryShopper!

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Juenessa August 05, 2007

Strawberries, vanilla joghurt, banana and orange juice - four ingredients I love. And the wheat germ adds a fantastic healthy push. I omit the ice cubes, because I don't like smoothies too cold. But it was great and a fast way to boost your immune system.

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Thorsten June 03, 2007

Makes a great smoothie! I did ommit the ice cubes as I use whole frozen bananas instead. The second day, and for the past few days, I have made these sorta "my own way", using your recipe, but adding flax seed that I grind, and adding ANY tea leaves/herbals I have left over from the MANY teas that I drink. Lavender and jasmine added a particularly nice suble flavor. But, I don't ommit the chamomille, green tea, white tea, mint, lemon or whatever. If there are any antioxidants left from my "brews", I want to take advantage of them, and the fibre. Great recipe though! Thanks!

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DEEP May 07, 2007

I used a whole banana & about 100g yoghurt with this. My 20 month old daughter & I both thoroughly enjoyed, thanks!

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**Mandy** May 06, 2007

i love your smoothies.dee

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Dienia B. June 26, 2006

This was delicious! I've made this twice now, once with and once without the banana (as I didn't have any the second time). I used the ice.

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SugaredAlmond June 26, 2006

This was good! I used a whole banana and added ice. A nice way to start off the day!

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Sharon123 June 23, 2006
Essential Strawberry Smoothie