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Asian Pear and Strawberry Smoothie

Alysha Meeks

"This light, delicate smoothie is perfect for those hot summer days. The Asian pear flavor really comes through."
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Ingredients

10 m servings 164 cals
Original recipe yields 2 servings (2 smoothies)

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 164 calories; 0.5 g fat; 36 g carbohydrates; 6 g protein; 2 mg cholesterol; 71 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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I've never used a pear for smoothies, but I really liked this. I don't care for ice in mine so I used frozen strawberries. I also left out the sugar. Great smoothie! Thanks!

REALLY GOOD. I think if you drank this with a side of cheese and crackers it would be really good. Also its a great sleep over and summer time drink. It has a light and airy fruitylishous flavor...

Gorgeous smoothie, quick and simple to make. Tastes so delicious, first time ever using pears. Just know I will be making this again. Thank you for sharing.

I left out the sugar and it wasn't missed! This was a great treat for the kids who couldn't get enough. The pear gives it a great flavor and one more way to get some different fruits down the ...

Yum!!!! I had a couple asian pears I wasn't quite sure what to do with, so I decided to make this. This was fantastic...one of my favorite smoothies...thanks for sharing!!

Refreshing! I like the pear-strawberry-vanilla combo. Since the vanilla yogurt already had sugar in it, I did not add the extra sugar. I used a Bartlett pear instead of Asian pear and didn't ...

Didn't used any sugar and added a banana. Very yummy!

thank you for mentioning stevia i love it and it is so good for you it regulates blod sugar heals wounds. People don't understand that artificial sweeteners fry you brain. In japan they use stev...

You can delete the sugar, and add in it's place, Stevia...a natural sweetener found at health food stores. It takes very little...just a sprinkle, and tastes just as good.