Strawberries, bananas, avocados…and the list goes on–so many ways to blend up something delicious!
“Love this. I make this almost every morning for my picky son and he loves it.” — Sandra C
“Love the flexibility of this recipe. Tastes great and good for you? 5 stars!” — Eric
“I’ll admit that while I LOVE avocodos I was highly skeptical of this smoothie. This is AWESOME!” — danakee
“I’ve never been much of a smoothie drinker or breakfast eater but I just might have to rethink that after having this.” — naples34102
“I will make this again and again! I really enjoyed this recipe and makes for a great meal in the morning or when I crave something sweet.” — House of Aqua
“We loved this! I used fresh peaches that I peeled first.” — Christina
“Surprisingly easy and just like at restaurants!” — Carolyn
“Wonderful! My kids and I loved it!” — BECKIECROCKER
“Great smoothie! I used fat free vanilla yogurt and because it was a little thick added a little extra skim milk. I also added a little strawberry jam in addition to the strawberries to sweeten it up a bit and increase the strawberry flavor.” — Jillian
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- When smoothie recipes call for ice cubes, try frozen fruit instead.
- To freeze bananas, peel and cut into 1-inch pieces.
- To freeze fresh berries, spread on a jellyroll pan, freeze, and store in resealable freezer bags.
- Add yogurt, milk, flax seeds, silken tofu, wheat germ, or protein powder to the blender for an extra hit of nutrition.
- If a smoothie recipe calls for sugar, try it first without. You might not need it, depending on how sweet the fruit is.