Groovy Smoothies 2007

"my favourite smoothie recipe, I am 8 years old and every morning I make myself a smoothie to start the day. I make this using fresh pineapple too. Mom watches while I use the magic bullet machine or the blender which makes cooking fun."
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  • Remove the peel from banana and using a table knife cut the banana into chunks.
  • Put the fruit, yogurt, and milk into a blender.
  • Cover the top with the lid and blend on high speed until nice and smooth.
  • Turn off blender and pour into a glass.
  • Use the scraper to get all of the drink out of the blender.
  • This makes one serving, you can double the recipe for two kids.

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  1. iewe7726
    This was very good -- and using the frozen strawberries is a great idea (but could easily be done using fresh and some crushed ice as others have mentioned too when they are in season!).
  2. Gerry
    At our house we all love smoothies especially with bananas and yogurt! Adding strawberries makes this extra good. Whenever we had fresh strawberries on hand this summer out came the blender - with the fresh berries used some crushed ice. This is equally good with frozen strawberries. We all gave this the thumbs up and an all agreed - five stars for your Smoothie combination making it the one we will be serving over the holidays. Thank you for sharing.
  3. kiwidutch
    I used a stick blender and this whipped up in moments. The banana makes it rather thick, but the tast is lovely. Not having access to frozen strawberries here in the Netherlands, I used fresh and the flavour came though very nicely indeed. Please see my rating system: a wonderful 4 stars for a smoothie I will definiately be making again. Thanks Dinglebop!
  4. Veluet
    Simple and quite good. It's really important to get good tasting yogurt. My changes were: I used 6oz of yogurt, which is one container and about 3/4, a handful of strawberries, a medium ripe banana, and a handfull of ice for texture.



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