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I tried this recipe today and it was good. I did use regular yogurt instead of vanilla and it still came out good. I also omitted the wheat germ because I didn't have that either and I also added fat free milk to make it a little thinner. I used fresh strawberries and bananas.
Delicious and great for breakfast! I love finding ways to use wheat germ so this was perfect. To cut down on the fat and calories but not on the taste I used fat free vanilla yogurt and a bit of skim milk- YUM!
I used fresh strawberries instead of frozen. I also used an organic yogurt which was something new for me but delicious nonetheless. I didn't have any wheat germ so I put in a little flax seed instead. This was great and I'm definitely thinking about making it for breakfasts.
Loved it. I was a bit short on strawberries but I paid no attention to that. Also I didn t have any wheat germ so I used oatmeal instead. I had just plain yogurt (1% which also decreases the fat) so I upped the honey a little bit and added quite a dash of vanilla extract. Fabulous.
I instead used fat-free Greek yogurt and fresh strawberries. I halved all but the strawberries and it was very tasty and filling for both me and my husband. Next time I will add some OJ or skim milk to cut down the thickness.
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