8 Reviews

Fan-tastic! I am recovering from oral surgery and was looking for healthy smoothies without the added sugar. I made this with my own sugar free homemade yogurt and it was great !

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Chef RZ Fan June 03, 2007

Delicious! I made these for lunch today since we slept late & were too busy for a "real meal". Since I only had 2/3 cup of yogurt, I used a whole banana. This smoothie is very thick and satisfying and just sweet enough.

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Debbb April 02, 2006

A nice quick breakfast. I used half a frozen banana as well as frozen strawberries, leaving out the ice. I also used 4 tubes of kid strawberry yogurt (which I figured would be sweeter then traditional strawberry yogurt but I needed to add a bit of splenda so maybe not!). A good strawberry banana flavor. Yum.

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ladypit February 22, 2006

DEEEEElish...what can I say? Strawberries, bananas...yum! The only thing I didn't care for were the strawberry seeds but, a small sacrifice for the frothy goodness.

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Redneck Epicurean October 11, 2005

Great taste. The orange juice makes this smoothie a nice change from milk-based varieties. Very refreshing!

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Velouria July 22, 2005

This was amazing! I did expect to add some sugar to this as I really like my shakes extra sweet but with all the goodness from the fruit, it was not neccessary. Thanks for posting this recipe, the whole family enjoyed it!

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* Pamela * October 18, 2004

This was the perfect way to start the morning. I'm drinking it right now. Good for a quick breakfast or snack.

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Shari2 May 04, 2002
Wake up Fruit Blend