Strawberry Orange Low Fat Yogurt Smoothie

Strawberry Orange Low Fat Yogurt Smoothie created by amandacookiegirl

Now this is a great way to start off any day.

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  • Combine yogurt, strawberries, orange juice, mint, sugar and ice in blender.
  • Pulse until well blended and ice is crushed.
  • Serve in tall glass.
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  1. amandacookiegirl
    Strawberry Orange Low Fat Yogurt Smoothie Created by amandacookiegirl
  2. Euphegenia
    We enjoyed this very much. I thought it needed a little something, so I added about 1/2 tsp. of Crystal Light Lemonade crystals. That made it a bit more tangy and was delicious. Thanks for posting the recipe.
  3. Sharon123
    I drink smoothies pretty much every morning. I did use fresh strawberries, since I had some on hand,and ice cubes. I left out the mint and sugar. Thank you Shirl!
  4. ShaGun
    YUMMY! This has been my afternoon snack every day for a few weeks now. Frozen strawberries are a must. I always leave out the sugar and sometimes leave out the mint. The ice isn't necssary if using frozen strawberries. I've tried many variations, too. Flavored yogurts work well as do substituting some of the frozen strawberries for frozen mango or peach chunks.
  5. Roxygirl in Colorado
    My daughter and I enjoyed these. I used frozen strawberries (no ice needed) and a drizzle of homemade sweetened condensed milk for the sweetner. Wonderfully satisfying with a nice brightness from the orange juice. Roxygirl
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