Strawberry Banana Yogurt Smoothie
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 5 min.
Love this recipe. I have been using it for a couple years now. My kids and husband always want me to make it. I taught my son how to make it for himself. Sometimes I only add whatever frozen fruit I have on hand. Taste just as good. No complaints. 5 stars. I highly recommend.
I made it for me and my mom. For me, I didn't use any sugar at all and put it in more strawberries to see if that would help balance out the plain yogurt. Still tasted great! I added in more milk to help the mixer process the ingredients. Definitely would recommend to other people.
Can I leave out the frozen strawberries if I don’t have any and all I have is the milk, strawberry yogurt, banana, ice, and sugar? Will it still be the same?
I left out the sugar and added 1/2 cup of orange juice instead.
This smoothie is amazing!!!!! But, the only thing is that I made it with 2 spoons of sugar instead of 8 and it was amazing and sweet. :)
My only complaint about this smoothie is I wish I had more! This is very tasty, but I thought it was more of a one person serving size. I would definitely double the recipe next time, if making it for two people. I wouldn't add any extra sugar, though, as I thought it was plenty sweet enough.
This was good! I used a tablespoon of honey instead of the sugar and the kids still enjoyed it so much so that they asked when was I going to make it again.
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Me entire family absolutely LOVED these. The only thing I did differently, was use whole milk instead of 2%. My kids are already asking me when they can have them again.
My sister got her wisdom teeth pulled this morning and will be on a liquid only diet for another week so I made a little bit of this to taste it-- a few minutes after my sister tried it I had made a full pitcher of the smoothie. Absolutely delicious. The only thing was I made it with vanilla yogurt.