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my suggestion is not using a whole grapefruit. I put in some peach nectar and yogurt and that helped it, but the grapefruit made it too tarty. next time, I'm going to add a banana and maybe a couple of strawberries. but overall, don't add so much grape fruit. the grapefruit over powered the whole smoothie. do about 1/2 or 1/4 grapefruit.
Really refreshing! I was too lazy and impatient to freeze the segments and it still turned out great. Thanks for posting the recipe.
Will admit that I made one major change, but it works so well for me ~ I used a frozen banana instead of the ice cubes! A tablespoon of dark honey was included, & we really enjoyed the citrus combo in this smoothie! Definitely a winner! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Healthy Choices ABC recipe tag]
The kids tried it but preferred to donate their share to me. I liked the tartness of this.
Wow! Vitamin C heaven :) I altered it around a bit, just because I couldn't help myself and ate half of the grapefruit before getting it into the blender haha! I used half a grapefruit, 1 medium navel orange, about 5 strawberries, and the juice of half a lime, with about a cup of ice and 4-5 splenda packets. It was divine. Thank you for posting this...soooo refreshing.
I absolutely loved this. I used 2 teaspoons of honey and 10 ice cubes. I will be making this again and thanks for posting this treat.
This a good alternative to a plain old glass of orange or grapefruit juice. The grapefruit flavor is stronger than the orange. I used sugar free imitation honey. I only had about 1 teaspoon so, my smoothie was a little tart like ruby red grapefruit juice. I also used a little more ice, about 12 cubes.