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I give the smoothie as is 4 stars. I think the peach yogurt makes the peach flavor too strong. I recommend using vanilla yogurt and real peaches. Frozen or fresh is fine. I prefer to have fresh bananas and kiwi and the rest of the fruit frozen so the drink is thicker. My family loves this and my kids love it too and are more apt to eat it when I freeze them into popsicle's.
This is a a favorite of ours, though it is a little 'seedy'. I have tried different variations of this, leaving out the kiwi or strawberries. We like this alot, and it is our favorite fruit smoothie combination from this site. I love all of the Vit. C in this.
Thick and creamy smoothie! The recipe turned out great. This is a healthy recipe with no added sugar. It is filling enough to replace a meal. I stayed full for about 4.5 hours after drinking two servings of the smoothie. It is grainy because of the kiwi and strawberry seeds but I liked the added texture. The smoothie was creamy but thin enough to drink through a standard size straw. I will probably make this again for my family.
I love this smoothie! Perfect! Blueberries kiwi and strawberries are some of the healthiest foods ever! Combined with the other ingredients this is one healthy delicious meal! I drank my first one for breakfast before going trailriding for the day and I was super-charged! I didn't have time for lunch and I felt fine until dinner. I don't suggest anyone skip a meal ever but this is full of great feel good things and it tastes like your indulging on a sinful no-no! No doubt about it a KEEPER! I want this everyday!
Very good! I froze my fruit and subbed a peach for the kiwi. I also had to use vanilla yogurt as I didn't have any peach yogurt on hand. However this turned out to be delicious a really nice combination of flavors.
I didn't have kiwi and my ratio of blueberries and strawberres were flipped because I didn't have many strawberries left. I used frozen fruits and omitted the ice. I had to add a little more OJ to get it to blend. I also added wheat germ and honey. This is the best recipe I've tried and I've been trying a different smoothie recipe everyday for the past 2 months. I can't wait to try the exact recipe when I get the fruits on hand.
Out of necessity using what I had in the fridge I used pomegranate juice and strawberry yogurt instead of the orange juice and peach yogurt happy substitutions as both made the flavor of this smoothie incredibly bold and the color vibrant. This recipe as evidenced by the reviews is endlessly versatile; a good thing since it works for our individual preferences and whatever fruits juices or yogurts we have on hand. One thing is for sure smoothies are always better if you can think ahead and freeze the fruit.