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Wake-Up Smoothie

Summer 2004, The EatingWell Diabetes Cookbook (2005)

Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (643 votes)

With a stash of berries in your freezer, you can jump-start your day with this nutritious, tasty smoothie in just minutes. It provides vitamin C, fiber, potassium and soy protein.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This smoothie is quite tasty. I didn't add any sugar but did add a bit of toasted wheat germ. Sweetness was perfect for my taste, but the kids thought it was a bit tart. Either way we all loved it and have made a few times.q "
Wake-Up Smoothie Recipe

65 Reviews for Wake-Up Smoothie

01/26/2012

What kind of orange juice should i use? freshly squeezed or are juices like tropicana ok?

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01/26/2012

What kind of orange juice should i use? freshly squeezed or are juices like tropicana ok?

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01/10/2012
Anonymous
Fruity and Delicious

This smoothie is very delicious. I enjoyed making it, besides the blender sound. The only bad.thing for me was the overwhelming banana taste. You cam barely taste the strawberries.

Healthy, tasty
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01/10/2012
Fruity, Great-Tasting, Filling

We made this for breakfast today, and we loved it. We doubled the recipe to make enough for four people, and we had plenty! We used orange juice, frozen blueberries, fresh blackberries, two fresh bananas, non-fat vanilla Greek yogurt, and two small packets of Stevia.

Easy to whi up, fun for the kids to help with, kids thought it was delicious
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04/01/2011
Delicious

I have made this recipe quite a few times,except I don't add sugar. If I do,I add honey,but I don't think it needs any sweetener,it is sweet enough. This morning I used 1 cup orange juice,1 cup mixed berries,1/2 cup mango yogurt,and 1 banana. It is so easy to blend,and it makes enough so I can have some tomorrow.

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29 comments

Anonymous wrote 2 years 46 weeks ago

its a smoothie not a

its a smoothie not a shake!!!!!

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