This is a nice pick-me-up, especially with the black tea which gave it a nice flavor. I made it using blueberries and used agave nectar for the sweetener. I think next time I will be trying it with the strawberries to see how that comes out. Thank you LFkeysJen for sharing.
Very good! The tea added a little zing to the smoothie. I made the strawberry version, with apple juice and replaced the honey with agave nectar (1/2 the amount called for). Made for Photo Tag game.
Yum. I made 1/2 the recipe and I wish I'd made the whole thing. The ingredients are ones I usually have on hand including a variety of teas. The only deviation I made was to use vanilla yogurt in place of the plain yogurt as that's what was in the fridge. Made for ZWT8
Made for ZWT-8 because Annacia's pic dazzled me & I had all the ingredients on-hand (altho I admit I usually use the cranberry juice for wine collers). I used a good quality thick yoghurt & Melrose's Tea (a Scottish brand) that I brewed to a strong concentration. After a taste test, I repurposed your smoothie into "dessert in a glass for breakfast" w/the addition of sugar (like Annacia added Splenda). Altho 2 servings & I was only 1, I had an eager appetite & was happy w/the volume ... esp since I eventually was made to share w/my DH. We both thought it was yummy, btw. Thx for sharing this recipe w/us.
I doubled the recipe for the 2 of us & had a small amount more than we usually serve for 2 smoothies! Used the frozen blueberries, some cranberry-pomegranate juice & just 2 teaspoons of honey for the doubled recipe! Delicious, for sure, & now I have another smoothie recipe to keep in the kitchen! Thanks so much for posting it! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
This is GOOD! I used Irish Breakfast tea, mixed berries, pomegranet juice, plain fat free yogurt and a very little Splenda. I stopped the blender when there were still tiny bits of berries (my choice) and enjoyed a a delicious, healthy breakfast. Thank yo so much Jen for this keeper. Made fot Photo Tag