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dustybird February 16th, 2010 06:19 PM

Mmmmm Smoothie
 
Very simple, yummy and a refreshing after walking the dog drink.

In blender or similar machine(I bought the betty crocker version of the bullet(as seen on T.V and it works really well):

dump in about a cup frozen strawberries(or raspberries or mixed field berries all frozen), 1 banana cut up and about a cup of unsweetened orange juice.

Blend until smooth, if too thick add more O.J.

I orignaly tried a recipe that called for plain yogurt but found the yougurt made it to tart and therefore had to add sugar, which I really didn't want to add.

I don't measure anything, just tweak with more or less of something to my taste, but hubby even likes it.

Macomom February 16th, 2010 07:59 PM

fettucini, linguine, martini, bikini...

dustybird February 16th, 2010 08:23 PM

:laughing:

"you're gonna love my nutts", " boring tuna = boring life"...lol that dude is too funny.

Macomom February 16th, 2010 08:24 PM

:laughing::laughing:

Macomom February 16th, 2010 08:25 PM

It is made in Germany, you know the Germans always make good stuff. You can cut it in half, use one as a bath mat, drain your dishes with the other one, use one as a towel.

Macomom February 16th, 2010 08:26 PM

I never knew how you could cut something in half and use three pieces...
Ah, infomercials...

catlover2 June 17th, 2010 05:04 PM

Speaking of smoothies....does anyone know of a good recipe that will disguise the taste of a couple of tablespoons of hemp powder supplement? I've tried blueberries and watermelon, but not too gr8! :yuck:

NoahGrey June 19th, 2010 03:46 PM

The smoothies sound good and of course so healthy for you. Although, I can't drink orange juice and was wondering what you could subsitute it with?

serenamlambe June 19th, 2010 04:20 PM

NoahGrey, you can use any other juice, really. I have made smoothies with a million different juices. Some of the new carrot & berry juices are quite good. Best use something without a lot of added sugar, though, or the smoothie is tooooo sweet.

My dog, Connor, loves these smoothies too! I've often made ice cubes out of them for him for a summer treat.

Our favorite ingredients are strawberries, banana, and orange juice, with a spoonful of vanilla or strawberry yogurt. I agree with someone's above post - the plain yogurt isn't so good in them!


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