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Yummmm. :) I took the suggestions of other reviewers and used 1 T. of sugar, vanilla yogurt, and 1 t. of vanilla extract. I also threw in a banana. It was out of this world! My mom didn't say much... she was too busy downing the glass. :P But afterwards she commented on how good it was. And it was! Good, that is. :D
I've never been much of a smoothie drinker or breakfast eater but I just might have to rethink that after having this. For me to eat a few strawberries, a glass of milk and some yogurt is too much effort and not all that appealing, but blending them altogether is a whole other story. I used cherry-vanilla yogurt and just a smidge of Equal, and I think the vanilla really contributed to the flavor too. I appreciated the lightness of it - very refreshing and goes down easy. This was simple, but excellent.
I used vanilla low fat yogurt instead of plain yogurt and it was so good. I also tried it with blackberries instead of strawberries and have peaches lined up next. And key lime yogurt to go with the strawberries... mmmm. I changed it slightly, though-- I only use one tablespoon of sugar.
My friend just bought a new smoothie machine and brought it over tonight so that we could try a bunch of new smoothie recipes...which my family didn't mind "taste-testing!" This was one of my favorites. Other than increasing the strawberries didn't make a change and this was very good. A "basic" & easy strawberry smoothie that everyone liked.