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Help..Need Smoothie Recipes for my Ninja Blender...

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Can someone please post some recipes for smoothies!!!!

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LuvAutumn1310091458.3271641 PostsRegistered 10/6/2004Northeast Ohio

http://cooklikeyourgrandmother.com/2009/10/fruit-smoothie-with-ninja/ http://www.smoothieweb.com/category/yogurt-smoothies/

I hope these sites will help you!

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~Luv~

lynnsy1310092253.2771028 PostsRegistered 8/29/2010

http://allrecipes.com/Recipes/drinks/smoothies/main.aspx

some good ones here too! googled "smoothie receipes".. OMG so many places and not enough time.. makes your mouth water reading them!

ForeverYou­ng1310140484.663286 PostsRegistered 10/22/2008South Texas

Hi Tricia~

I like the "Angel Food" smoothie from Smoothie King. One day, they told me the basic recipe. I make it several times a week - especially after the gym. I use it as a meal substitute. Kids also love it!

1 banana

frozen strawberries (I also like frozen peaches or a combination of strawberries & peaches; if using fresh strawberries, add some ice)

1/2+ scoop of NOW brand vanilla whey protein powder

1/3 C. fat free vanilla (or strawberry) yogurt

Silk Lite - plain (or 1% or 1/2% milk) - add however much to get the desired consistency

a few sprinkles of cinnamon (optional)

Enjoy! :-)

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ForeverYoung

caligrl1310143126.0339049 PostsRegistered 7/17/2008

this is very simple but so refreshing. I cut up a honey dew melon (or anything you like) and just add ice, so yummy!

pebma1310153642.027130 PostsRegistered 1/27/2008

My husband's favorite smoothie:

1 Cup Frozen Cherries

1/2 Cup Frozen Blueberries

1 Cup Milk

1/2 Cup Vanilla Yogurt

1 Squeeze of Honey

We have played around with different fruits but keep it so we have 1 1/2 cups of frozen fruit total. We have also used soy milk, almond milk etc (they are all good but my husband likes the creamy texture 2% milk gives).

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10sluvr1310154087.8772062 PostsRegistered 12/17/2006

i made a dark cherry "ice cream" in mine. 1 bag of dark cherries-frozen and about 3/4-1c. of fat freee land of lakes half/half. it made a soft ice cream. next time i want to make it into a smoothie. tweek it a bit and i bet it will be good.

i've been perfecting coffee type smoothies. fun to use.

qvcist1310154567.873289 PostsRegistered 1/26/2010

I make a fruit smoothie by freezing bananas ahead. I add half a frozen banana, a few strawberries, or cherries (also frozen) and a half of a chunked up green apple, then pour in unsweetened Almond milk. its thick like a shake without adding ice.

Hooty1310354645.91719434 PostsRegistered 9/4/2006~War Eagle Country~

My favorite are the frozen Yoplait Smoothie Mixes that are in the frozen fruit area of the grocery store! They have several flavors, include the yogurt & fruit, all you add is skim milk, I love them! My favorite is banana strawberry!

lovesrecess1310354781.11314061 PostsRegistered 7/14/2008Texas
On 7/10/2011 Hooty said:

My favorite are the frozen Yoplait Smoothie Mixes that are in the frozen fruit area of the grocery store! They have several flavors, include the yogurt & fruit, all you add is skim milk, I love them! My favorite is banana strawberry!

I use these Yoplait Smoothie packets but I mix mine with Vanilla Almond milk and usually throw in one or two frozen bananas....this makes enough for two people from one packet.

Beebo1310355338.6276959 PostsRegistered 4/13/2010
On 7/10/2011 Hooty said:

My favorite are the frozen Yoplait Smoothie Mixes that are in the frozen fruit area of the grocery store! They have several flavors, include the yogurt & fruit, all you add is skim milk, I love them! My favorite is banana strawberry!

I love those too and they were on sale for half price at Safeway this week so I stocked up. Right now my favorite is Pomeganite-Blueberry, but they are all really good.

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