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Wooah this was a bit too thick. I halved the recipe and ended up adding about 1/4 c of raspberry yogurt and about 1/4 c of cran-apple juice to make it a drinkable smoothie. I only added 1 packet of splenda to each cup of drink and it came out just sweet enough. A really different but good recipe to try.
I used frozen blueberries and raspberries which eliminated the need for ice. We didn't care for this smoothie. This was thick and oddly chunky even with added milk. Noone drank it after the first sip. I'm sure this might be better with some fruit juice added.
Mine started off really thick too so I just added some skim milk. This was ok but it wasn't really worth the blueberries or raspberries. I think I would rather just make a fruit salad. Oh well thanks anyway.
Like other reviewers said this turns out very thick. I didn't have grapes on hand so I used strawberries instead and didn't add the extra sugar (extra empty calories). I ended up using several large splashes of orange juice to thin it out which also added some good flavor.