Strawberry Smoothie

May/June 1998, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Reminiscent of an old-fashioned strawberry milkshake, this smoothie blends that cold, creamy luxury with the healthful benefits of fresh fruit.

Strawberry Smoothie

2 Reviews for Strawberry Smoothie

You call this a healthy smoothie?

There is already plenty of natural sweetness in the fruit, why the hell would you suggest adding sugar?? You claim to be promoting healthy eating, but there are people looking at these recipes and thinking "Well they put sugar in the recipe so it must still be healthy." I'm terrified to look at your other recipes if this is how you ruin fruit smoothies.

Fruit good,
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Anonymous wrote 2 years 20 weeks ago

relax... a little sugar will

relax... a little sugar will not hurt you.. if its a big deal.. try a healthy substitute

rjnykiel wrote 2 years 46 weeks ago

You sound so irrationally

You sound so irrationally angry. Breathe.

Tasty treat!

I was looking for a quick treat using whatever I had on hand. I don't have buttermilk, but used the age-old substitution (milk, soy milk in my case, and a squeeze of a lemon = buttermilk). I didn't add the ice since this seemed to be perfect just the way it was. I enjoyed the tartness the cranberry juice gave the smoothie! Yum! I will make again.

Easy, had everything on hand

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