6 Reviews

This was soo good. I like using the fresh strawberries because the thick consistancy stayed them same instead of getting watery as frozen ingredients melted. It has a very nice strwberry flavor with the right amount of sweetness. I didn't drink all of it, so I covered my glass with some plastic wrap and kept it in the fridge over night which worked out great, tasted exactly the same as the day before. Made for PAC spring 09.

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Chef Jean April 17, 2009

I used greek strawberry yogurt for this and added 2 Tbs milk to thin it out a little. DS and I both liked it, he said it tasted like the drinkable yogurts we buy. Will make again! Made for October 2011 Think Pink Event.

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AZPARZYCH October 18, 2011

I used non-fat vanilla yogurt, left out the vanilla extract and used half the brown sugar - delicious!!

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suesahn April 24, 2010

Loved it!! I used frozen strawberries which worked very well and I put some ice cubes in as well because I tend to like my smoothies a little more on the icy side. I am drinking it now and the only thing I am not totally thrilled with is the fact that it seems to be melting fast! Maybe it's the ice cubes?

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Nessness June 11, 2008

This was very delicious. I used fresh strawberries and brown sugar. What a lovely treat for breakfast this was. It was a nice change from frozen smoothies...I will be making this again often. Thanks for sharing....kato

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Baby Kato May 05, 2007

DELICIOUS!! I used frozen strawberries with sugar because that's what I had on hand and omitted the brown sugar. My kids LOVED it! Thank you.

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sherilynne January 10, 2004
Yogurt Strawberry Sips