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This was a little thin, but DD liked it much better after adding extra strawberries. Would make again with a little less honey and extra berries added.
Absolutely love it and kids crave it!!
Really great! I made as directed, except didn't have enough strawberries, so used maybe 1/4 cup less than required.
Easy and DELISH!!
We had these last night as a snack and the kids loved them. I used frozen strawberries and bananas and it made it a thick and lovely smoothie. I used mixed berry yogurt as thats what was in my fridge and a touch of honey. LOved them. Thank you so much for sharing this with us. Keeper for sure.
Soooo smooth and yummy! For one smoothie, I used 1/2 cup milk, 1/2 cup frozen strawberries, 1 banana, and 1 container yoplait strawberry cheesecake yogurt... (which brought the flavor up a notch! :)) I didn't use honey and it was sweet enough for me. This is a keeper! Thanks for sharing!
You'll find whole milk, 2% fat milk & buttermilk in my frig, but not the 1%, so I opted for the 2%, as well as a fat-free vanilla yogurt when making this recipe, & for us, it was enough for 2 smoothies, but then I also use 16-oz glasses for the smoothies I make! A very nice tasting drink, for sure! [Made & reviewed in Healthy Choices ABC tag]
Wonderful Wonderful Recipe!! I used fresh fruits, %2 milk and strained yoghurt (Fage %2) since I like my smoothie thick.. I WILL be making this again.. and again... and again..
delicious, easy and perfect for the heat and humidity
Wonderfully rich and simple! I exchanged the honey with Agave Necter and added a small handful of ice. Thanks for the post!