Prep 5 mins
Cook 1 min
A yummy and low-calorie treat. Me and my family eat this at least twice a week as a dessert.
- 2 cups low-fat vanilla yogurt or 2 cups sugar-free vanilla yogurt
- 1 cup skim milk or 1 cup low-fat milk
- 2 cups any frozen fruit, of your choice (strawberries, blueberries, pineapple, etc.)
- 1 tablespoon sugar substitute
- In a blender, add all ingredients and blend until smooth.
- Pour into glasses and enjoy!
Hi Danine, loved your Fruit Smoothie! I used low-fat Raspberry yogurt from Publix, 2% milk, frozen raspberries & blueberries and Splenda. Added 1/2 to a whole banana - needed the potassium & I love bananas! We enjoyed it thoroughly - there were quite a few of us who raided the kitchen with me when they found out I had a new recipe to try. Living in a Nursing Home and being part of the administrative staff makes it easy for me to try all my new recipes. Thanks so much for sharing, Diane :) Thanks to QB49444 for reviewing it and my making it for "I Recommend . . . A New Thread!"
I used fresh strawberries and fresh pineapple to make this smoothie. I also cut the recipe in half and enjoyed it for breakfast this morning. A delicious way to start my day. Thank you for posting. Made for PAC, spring 2008
I am really enjoying this smoothie Danine. Sipping it now as I type . Its sweet, tart and tangy, I'm loving it. I used low fat fieldberry yogurt, 1% milk and frozen raspberries & frozen blackberries with a little sugar. Quick and very easy to make. I will be enjoying this often.