This fruit and yogurt smoothie is a wonderfulway to start your day or simply serve as a healthy treat anytime.Be creative when making a smoothie, the combination of fruitflavors is limited only to your imagination.
Another delicious recipe from our Family-FavoriteRecipes Collection.
Recipe: Fruit Smoothies
1 cup (8-ounces) plain lowfat yogurt,or any flavor as desired1 cup 2% milk or any flavored fruit juice1 medium banana, sliced1 cup whole strawberries, or your choiceof fruit, cut-up as needed (fresh or frozen)1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract8 to 10 ice cubes (see Cook’s Note)
Makes 2 servings.
Cook’s Note: If you freeze the fruit andyogurt ahead of time, there is no need to use ice to “thicken”the smoothie. Keep individual servings of yogurt in the freezerjust for this purpose. And…don’t forget to freeze those bananaswhen past their prime for use in smoothies, too!
Nutritional Information Per Serving (1/2of recipe) when plain lowfat yogurt, 2% milk and strawberriesare used: 285.8 calories; 22% calories from fat; 7.1g total fat;26.9mg cholesterol; 188.5mg sodium; 1007.8mg potassium; 41.2gcarbohydrates; 3.2g fiber; 32.8g sugar; 38.0g net carbs; 15.7gprotein.
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