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    Pattpann@aol.com
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    Default Re: Budget101.com : Re: Fruit Smoothie-how?

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    and you will find a nice handful and a delicious selection. Hope this helps.

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    RacheLenNix
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    Default Re: Budget101.com : Re: Fruit Smoothie-how?

    Thank you pattpann & Kristy!!!!! Last night i made achoc. shakesfor my husband & i ...
    1 pkg. of choc. pudding
    Around 2 1/2cups of milk ( i kinda just poured until it was just right lol )
    blended
    YUM!
    i bet it's even better chilled
    Thanks again !


    Pattpann@aol.com wrote:
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    www.foodnetwork.com


    and you will find a nice handful and a delicious selection. Hope this helps.

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    scootpoot1@juno.com
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    Default Re: Budget101.com : Re: Fruit Smoothie-how?


    I add stevia which is a calorie free sweetener and I also use frozen oj I
    put in ice trays, I just pop one in the blender. that way if i don't use
    up all my juice i can still use it.

    On Tue, 11 Nov 2003 12:10:49 -0500 "Kathy - KMS Books"
    <ksmom@novocon.net> writes:
    > I make fruit smoothies all the time & love them. Here's my recipe for
    > one
    > serving:
    > Add 1 cup orange juice to blender container.


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    Laine Butterworth
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    Default Re: Budget101.com : Re: Fruit Smoothie-how?


    Just add some ice cubes.

    Laine

    on 11/12/03 9:27 AM, RacheLenNix at rachelennix@yahoo.com wrote:


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    Shawnee
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    Default Budget101.com : Re: Fruit Smoothie-how?


    My DD (6) used to be "sensitive" to fruit acids. Mostly citrus and
    peaches. Most of the fruit smoothies I have made had at least 1 C of
    plain yogurt (or cream) in it to dilute the fruit. It also will cut
    the sugars if using juice with sugar or preserves that are pre-
    sweetened.

    1 C yogurt
    1 icecream scoop vanilla icecream
    4 cubes of frozen raspberry preserves

    or
    2 C slushy OJ
    1 C yogurt
    2 mango slices when available, or half a starfruit, or 1/4 of a banana

    Shawnee


 

 

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