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This is a BIG smoothie. Could easily make a few portions from it. I thought it was good, but I added some splenda instead of the Honey and it made it perfectly sweet.
This smoothie is delicious, rich, and quite filling. I used about a tablespoon of honey and some Splenda to make it sweet (my blackberries were very tart). I will make this drink again and again!
I made as directed but did not add honey. Liked it a lot!
I made this today and used vanilla soy milk. Frozen peaches & blackberries as well:) So I omitted the ice and added a drizzle of honey. thanks for an easy drink!
Used frozen peaches and blackberries. Vanilla soy milk and honey. Was a very thick, frosty smoothie. Perfect for breakfast or after a workout. Thanks Paula.
Really enjoyed this combination. I used frozen peaches and fresh blackberries. Since the peach were far more bulky, there was no need for more than a cube of of ice. I also used light vanilla soymilk which added a little sweetness and allowed me to skip the honey. Yummy.
I made my Purple Power Blackberry Smoothie (LOVE the name!) with frozen blackberries, soy milk and 2 nectarines and I added a couple of teaspoons of honey since the nectarines weren't as sweet as they'll be later in the season. The balance between sweetness from the honey and the tartness of the blackberries: yummy! For the sake of my blender, I skipped the ice blocks. Thanks for sharing this great recipe, Paula!
Nice smoothie! I left out the ice as I was using frozen peaches and frozen blackberries and, as it was, I almost killed the motor in my blender! So I thought it was frosty enough! LOL I had to use more fat free soy milk because, without the liquid from the peaches, it had a hard time blending. I also added some splenda because my frozen fruit was not so sweet. A nice thick smoothie to start my day. Thanks Paula.