47 Reviews

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.

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mommyoffour October 15, 2010

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]

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Sydney Mike January 31, 2010

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..

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Dinu July 30, 2009

delicious, easy and perfect for the heat and humidity

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MarraMamba July 29, 2009

Wonderfully rich and simple! I exchanged the honey with Agave Necter and added a small handful of ice. Thanks for the post!

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Mama2boys July 04, 2009

This is just as it says -- quick and easy! I used frozen strawberries -- which also gave it some extra thickness and a nice chill.

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iewe July 03, 2009

We bought some strawberries at a farmer's market and had a banana that was getting a little weary. Perfect breakfast for a warm day! I added a little extrra milk to my glass, as I don't care for it very thick.

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Tisherself May 21, 2009

For the first time ever, I made a smoothie at home and I'm so glad I started with this one. It was so yummilicious! Here are the subs I made: unsweetened almond milk for the milk and liquid Stevia for the honey. This was such a great way to use some strawberries that were becoming too soft. Thanks for posting this keeper!

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MonsterMaha May 17, 2009

I had some extra strawberries in my fridge so I decided to try this smoothie. The honey gave a great flavor to this smoothie, and the yogurt added some health benefits as well as tasting great. We loved this and will definitely make again!

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TasteTester April 28, 2009

Not much to add that hasn't been said. Extremely easy to make and tastes great. Will be making regularly for breakfast and experimenting with different fruits added in....thanks!

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Dan in Raleigh, NC March 28, 2009
Quick ‘n Easy Strawberry and Banana Smoothie