By MizzNezz on October 02, 2002
Photo by ASpoonfulOfSugar
Photo by ASpoonfulOfSugar
"This is VERY good!!"
Serving Size: 1 (777 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"This drink has a beautiful baby pink colour and was really refreshing, appealing to the eyes and very delicious! I used soy milk as I didn't have non-fat milk on hand. The sweetness was also perfect. It was really easy and quick to make. It made a great breakfast drink for me and I plan to repeat it often. Thank You, Aunty Inez, for sharing."
"This is a light, refreshing smoothie! It's not as thick as most I've tried, which is a nice change. I think next time I'll add a few more strawberries, though, to give it slightly more flavor. But I'll definitely be having this again!"
"Delish! I used almond milk. Great afternoon drink! Thanks Inez!"
"I've tried several strawberry smoothie recipes this strawberry season, but most were only so-so. This recipe turned out great! Finally one without a banana in it!Nice strawberry flavor and just the right sweetness. I did make a few little changes, like a couple more strawberries and part yogurt and part milk to equal the 1 1/2 cups, but the original recipe would be fine too! Thanks for posting this recipe!"
"I enjoy making smoothies, and I must say that I have not made one for almost a year now. Well, as I was sitting at the computer- looking for recipes while eating a snack, I realized that I hadn't had a smoothie for a long time. So, I typed in "Strawberry Smoothie" and saw your recipe first! I bet you can guess what happened next: I tried yours out! It was very easy to make and I had all of the ingredients on hand. I had to add a little more sugar and lemon juice to get more flavor, but in the end it was all good. I poured it all into one tall glass (it made about 3 cups worth) and I am drinking it as I write this! It makes for a tasty and healthy drink (not that thick), and serves enough to satisfy me! Perhaps next time I will use chocolate milk instead of regular milk... Thank you for sharing! (It is all gone now!)"
"This is so delicious, i added some hand picked cherries in them. It was darn good."
"This smoothie is AMAZING! I substituted truvia for the sugar, and added 3/4 cup strawberry yogurt and 3/4 milk, instead of just milk. Oh and some vanilla extract (1/4 tsp). It was great. :)"
"I did have to add a couple more strawberries. Other than that it was great! :)"
"4 stars with the ice, but 5 stars without!!"
"I made it this way and tasted it and it was good but not great...so I added about 1/2 cup more strawberries, some vanilla yogurt, honey, more sugar and lemon juice and about 10 ice cubes total and it was perfect for us! Thanks!"
"Yummy! I added a bit of vanilla yogurt. Thanks! (PS - Make sure your milk is not sour before you waste your strawberries! haha)"
"I've been making this for our daughter, for quite a while. I don't add sugar;I add strawberry apple sauce, for sweetening, and no lemon juice. I also use strawberry yoghurt, instead of milk. As did other reviewers, I have used frozen berries, instead of ice."
"Very good and very easy. I like that it uses ingredients that most of us already have on hand!"
"This is really good. I omited the ice and only put in 1 cup of milk and wow. Its good"
"Yum. No doubt it would be fantastic made as written, but I was "pushing" yogurt that had come to date. So I subed 6 oz of Strawberry Banana Lite yogurt for 1 cup of the milk. Fantastic."
"This is a great recipe! I love it and it tastes like the major chains. I used plain soy milk instead of milk and tasted great. :)"
"I'm not a big smoothie fan, but this one turned out wonderfully. I did add a tsp of vanilla extract and 4oz of vanilla yogurt, and a tiny bit more strawberries. I did not have a banana, but that is always a good way to thicken up a smoothie."