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    Rachel Lenn Nix
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    Default Fruit Smoothie-how?

    I've decided to try the $10 a week for meals from Budget101's site... how do I make a fruit smoothie, and what are the best fruits for that? I know a banana malt is good! I'm sure some berries or something would be good, but i don't know a recipe & am limited on fruits because I am on a tight budget! I'm going on search for smoothie "how to's".. lol.. but would love to hear from you guys!
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    Shawnee
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    If you can get a good deal on a flat of canned peaches they are great
    to use in smoothies, as well as almost any fruit preserves (this is
    how I used most of what my FIL canned up and gave us over the summer.)
    Shawnee

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    site... how do I make a fruit smoothie, and what are the best fruits
    for that? I know a banana malt is good! I'm sure some berries or
    something would be good, but i don't know a recipe & am limited on
    fruits because I am on a tight budget! I'm going on search for
    smoothie "how to's".. lol.. but would love to hear from you guys!
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  3. #3
    Kathy - KMS Books
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    I make fruit smoothies all the time & love them. Here's my recipe for one
    serving:
    Add 1 cup orange juice to blender container. Then add 1 peeled banana,
    broken at least in half, an ice cube or 2, and blend on high till well
    blended. That's the basic recipe. You can experiment with other juices, for
    example grape or apple, and add any variety of things. I like to add a
    handful of blueberries &/or strawberries (usually I have some frozen ones on
    hand), grapes are good, kiwi, whatever you like and have on hand. I also
    like to add 1 or 2 Tbsp. of wheat germ for some extra nutrition, and
    sometimes I add a handful of (uncooked) oatmeal. That thickens it & makes it
    a bit more filling and healthy. So experiment and enjoy!

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