By ladypit on June 02, 2005
Photo by ~Nimz~
Photo by ~Nimz~
"I got a recipe similar to this in am email from Kraft. I have tweaked it to our liking and specific dietary needs. This one is really good! We like it to be very lemonade-y. But if you don't want that to be the overpowering taste then reduce the lemonade powder by 1/4 tsp."
Serving Size: 1 (281 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"Made for Farmer's Market Tag. This was pretty good, but I found it a bit too tart so next time I will use less sugar free lemonade mix. Also, it was not quite as thick as I normally like my smoothies, but that is easy to fix ~ use less milk or more yogurt. Great for an on the go breakfast. Thanks for posting this ladypit!"
"Yummo, made a half serve for my toddler DD & I to share, for the lemon mix I used lemon Tang. This left Miss DD asking for more! A keeper thanks!"
"Excellent. I made as directed and didn't fine it too tart. Great combination of flavors. I added a hand full of ice cubes and the consistency was just right. Thanks LP"
"Loved this! It is just like my regular breakfast smoothie but with the addition of the lemonade crystals... Brilliant! I did use a bit less of the lemonade powder and used vanilla low-fat yogurt (instead of the plain w/ the vanilla extract), but i don't think it changed the recipe any!!! Thanks for sharing ladypit! "
"I had some frozen blueberries that I was wanting to use up and so I decided to make this lovely smoothie! It was very good! I followed Paula G's advice and only used a teaspoon of the drink mix, as I don't love things that are tart. This was sweet enough and had a wonderful flavor! It made a great breakfast :) Thank you!"
"DH said to give this a 5. He is a true lemon lover and thought it was just right. As for me, the lemon flavor was a little strong for my taste. For my personal preference I would probably start with 1 teaspoon drink mix and go up as needed. I did add about 1/2 cup ice cubes and used my freshly made homemade yogurt."