A tantalizing combination of strawberries and orange juice, this smoothie gets its shake-like texture from low-fat buttermilk. “The recipe also works well with other fresh berries,“ says Helene Rock of Los Altos, California.
Kids will be glad to sip this cool and tangy treat, and you'll be glad to know it's full of good-for-you fruit! Besides the beverage's smooth taste, adults are sure to love its short preparation time. Notes Kathleen Tribble of Santa Ynez, California, "After cutting up the banana, processing the ingredients in a blender is all it takes."
Get Christmas Day off to a refreshing start with this frothy fruit drink. For a festive touch, garnish with a strawberry and a dollop of whipped topping. The pretty pink smoothie make an attractive addition to a yuletide brunch.
"I keep several bananas in the freezer so that I'm always ready to whip up this thick beverage for a quick breakfast or a tasty treat," relates Brenda Strohm, Omaha, Nebraska. "Frozen fruit gives it a great consistency...it's like drinking a berry milk shake!"
If you're a fan of berries and bananas, you'll enjoy this frothy delicious refresher. "It's great to serve at breakfast or brunch," says Linda Hendrix from Moundville, Missouri. "My 4-1/2-year-old son comes running when he hears the blender going."
"This smooth and creamy beverage tastes just like a banana split," promises Darlene Markel of Salem, Oregon. "It's easy to blend together and not too sweet, so it's great anytime of day. It's also a delicious way to get kids to eat fruit."
Guests at my garden theme party loved the flavor of this beautiful fruit soup, calling it elegant, surprising and a real treat! Strawberry yogurt, pureed berries and a spicy syrup are blended to produce a fancy first course.