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Thermos-Ready Smoothie

October/November 2005

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (372 votes)

A protein and fiber-rich drink to go.



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"The great thing about smoothie recipes that you can alter them to your needs and taste. Too much sugar in these bad boys? I would cut out the apple juice and add some low fat vanilla yogurt for texture and taste. Looking to lose weight or...

43 Reviews for Thermos-Ready Smoothie

02/22/2016
Anonymous
its ok

tastes ok

its ok
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02/27/2014
Anonymous
Too many carbs

This is far too sweet and has way too many carbs for me. Cut the fruit by at least half- about a quarter cup of berries OR the banana is OK, and add a scoop of protein powder to make a smoothie that is healthy and will keep you from being hungry in an hour

Lots of healthy stuff
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02/27/2014
Anonymous
Too many carbs

This is far too sweet and has way too many carbs for me. Cut the fruit by at least half- about a quarter cup of berries OR the banana is OK, and add a scoop of protein powder to make a smoothie that is healthy and will keep you from being hungry in an hour

Lots of healthy stuff
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01/02/2014
Anonymous
Better recipe for cutting calories and loosing weight

Try 1/2 cup frozen strawberries or blueberries (both low in sugar content) 1/2 cup greek yogurt, 1/2 scoop vanilla whey protein powder but not necessary (bio trust is great), 1 packet of stevia (NO other sugar substitute) 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk or unsweetened coconut milk (found in your refrigerated grocery health food section) and blend (fruit juice is loaded with sugar). You can also add a handful of fresh kale and you wont even taste it!

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01/02/2014
Anonymous
Better recipe for cutting calories and loosing weight

Try 1/2 cup frozen strawberries or blueberries (both low in sugar content) 1/2 cup greek yogurt, 1/2 scoop vanilla whey protein powder but not necessary (bio trust is great), 1 packet of stevia (NO other sugar substitute) 1/4 cup unsweetened almond milk or unsweetened coconut milk (found in your refrigerated grocery health food section) and blend (fruit juice is loaded with sugar). You can also add a handful of fresh kale and you wont even taste it!

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