fruit smoothie

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I started a 'common sense' nutritional program. I don't call it the 'D' word, simply because a diet (thats a four letter word) just doesn't work for me. I typically start my day with this smoothie, and often end it the same way.

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  • add   2 cups soy milk - vanilla or plain
  • add   3 or 4 good size frozen strawberries
  • add   1 small banana - optional
  • add   2 Tablespoons (heaping) frozen blueberries - optional
  • add   Sugar substitute to taste
  • add   1 Teaspoon vanilla extract - optional
  • add   Possible substitutions:
  • add   1 small pitted fresh or several slices of canned peaches (drained of juice)
  • add   6 frozen green or black seedless grapes
  • add   3 or 4 ounces chunked fresh mango
  • add   Use your imagination! Any fresh, frozen or canned fruit that you like.

Instructions

  1. Add soy milk to a blender. Start on a medium Puree setting. Add banana a chunk at a time. Increase blender speed to Liquify. Be sure you use the top on the blender. Add frozen strawberries and/or other fruit. Frozen or fresh.
  2. Add sugar substitute and vanilla.
  3. Continue to blend till all ingredients are smooth.
  4. For a more cold or frozen treat, add 4 or 5 ice cubes.
  5. Pour into a tall glass and enjoy!
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BakFanLin 04:18, 09 Oct 2007

To me this is as much a treat as it is something to eat. Its filling and healthy.

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