6 Reviews

I used frozen fruit for this, about 50% more than called for, since I wanted a very thick fruity shake. That's what I got, and boy was it ever good!

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Jenny Sanders November 16, 2002

Mmm this was good. Well first i fallowed your recipe and it wasn't sweet enough for me and couldn't really taste the cherries. Then I added some vanilla and almond extract along with fruit sugar and a bit of strawbery yogurt. Now you can really taste the cherries give it a try!

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vicky_vien_x3 January 18, 2008

My MIL brought us some fresh raspberries yesterday and I knew this was the recipe to use them in! This was a fantastic! I did doctor up the recipe a bit. In place of the milk, I added yogurt and I added more fruit. This was just sweet enough, not at all bitter, and so delicious!

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Dine & Dish July 20, 2005

I reduced this to 1 serving and really enjoyed the flavor. Next time though, I will take the advice of the others and add more fruit. Still was good as is though! Will make again..

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Ang11002 June 12, 2005

Like ladypit I reduced the recipe to 1.5 servings, but rather than adding extra fruit like she and Jenny did, I just reduced the milk to 1 cup instead of 1.5. The consistancy was lovely and it had great berry flavor. I added a little honey too. Lovely pink color and great fresh, berry flavor. Thanks, Dancer^!

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Roosie April 03, 2005

Very yummy. I quartered the recipe and therefore used 1.5 cups skim milk and 1/8 cup of sweetener (splenda). I then a little more then doubled the fruit called for because I, like Jenny, wanted a thick fruity shake. Very tasty.

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ladypit February 08, 2005
Strawberry and Raspberry Shake