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Great smoothie...I am a breakfast smoothie junkie! Just changed a tad for a healthier route. I used half a banana, the given amount of strawberry and kiwi and reg vanilla yogurt not frozen. I left out the juice to save calories. I added 9 almonds for some healthy fat(ya need to eat good fat in order to lose it). With that it was a perfectly balanced smoothie that is a good jump start to your day. I added all ingredients into blender with a dab of water to make it blend nice...then I added a cup of ice to give it a great smoothie texture. 5 stars for sure. Oh and for the real health conscience..instead of yogurt go for the scoop of protein powder that comes in fabulous flavors.
I used a very large frozen banana nonfat plain greek yogurt and one teaspoon of vanilla extract. My son and I split this smoothie. VERY good. We loved it's creamy texture and my banana was quite ripe which made it the right amount of sweetness. I'll make this again.
Very good smoothie....but why is it called Kiwi Strawberry when the most prodominant flavor is the banana. Don't get me wrong it is tasty. Just wanted to taste the strawberries and kiwi just a bit more than the banana. Thanks for the post.
Very refreshing for breakfast and I was able to use up the last lonely little kiwi I had left... I didn't have frozen yogurt so I improvised and used my regular vanilla yogurt and added some ice. The combination of flavors is very good.
This smoothie was incredible! I love the combination of kiwi and strawberry and the banana helps make it thick so the straw stands up on its own. I think the brilliant person who created this smoothie meant to use FROZEN yogurt so I went ahead and used frozen vanilla yogurt.
Past experience has shown me I don't care for orange juice with strawberries and pineapple and orange juice blend is something I never have on hand anyway so I just substituted milk and was much happier with that choice. I also used just refrigerated yogurt rather than frozen - strawberry. I used all frozen fruit including the kiwi. After blending it I found it needed some sweetening so I used Splenda to taste. Hubs loved it.
We tried this recipe similar to this and we were all very happy with it. I absolutely loved the way the kiwi seeds crunched in the drink. We are looking forward to using it again. The recipe we used also had 1 c. of ice with it. Likely a bit more strawberry (1 c.). We also just used regular vanilla yogurt since our fruit was frozen. Enjoy!