In this Creamy Fruit Smoothie, dry milk adds texture and protein without fat or a lot of calories. Try this easy concoction with your favorite fruit: strawberries, blackberries, bananas, kiwifruit, peaches or cherries, for example. A healthy alternative to the traditional milk shake.
by M. Mary
, Cincinnati, Ohio on Jul. 2009
I made a smaller version of this using canned mango, frozen raspberries and pineapple-orange juice instead of the water and half the sugar. I make a lot of smoothies, but this one gets more mmmmmmmmmms! And it doesn't have the powerded milk taste! Just very creamy and delicious!
by b. bridget
, Lakewood, CO on Aug. 2008
My kids loved this smoothie alot. I used a half a cup of juice instead of water. It comnes out great.
creamy fruit smoothie
by T. Theresa
, Wildwood, NJ on Jul. 2008
this was delicious and easy and tasted better than the ones with yogurt. i liked it better without the vanilla though.
Creamy Fruit Smoothies
by P. Patricia
, Big Spring, TX on Jul. 2008
These are wonderful! So many different variations to make and the kids love them.
by D. Doris
, HOUSTON, TX on Feb. 2008
Since I've found this recipe I've made strawberry smoothies. My adult daughter loves yogurt and yogurt drinks. This is so much better & healthier not to mention the irresistable taste & flavor you get. You also get to add ingredients specifically to your liking! Thanks!!
by l. leah
, PANAMA CITY, FL on Jan. 2008
This makes a great breakfast
by s. shana
, NORMAN, OK on Nov. 2007
I wasn't sure what went in to making my own smoothies until I came across this recipe. How simple and delicious!
by r. ramya
, SHAKER HEIGHTS, OH on Oct. 2007
VERY REFRESHING ! GOOD AFTER A LONG TIRING DAY.I USE RIPE MANGOES.
Creamy Fruit Smoothie
by C. Cyndi
, WINCHESTER, VA on Aug. 2007
This is terrific! And, always to better an already good thing, my husband and I experimented by adding vanilla yogurt, adding more ice and eliminating the vanilla extract. The result was a super creamy and fruity smoothie. We added more fruit, too. It just got better and better. The ultimate YUMMMMMMM!
It was all right
by C. CHERYL
, ELBOW LAKE, MN on Jul. 2007
This recipe wasn't as refreshing as I had hoped it would be. I think it could have had more ice cubes, to help make it colder and more refreshing. I also would have used maybe only a cup of the dry milk. I used fresh cherries and that was a nice choice.
A delicate crumb base supports a creamy chocolate filling topped with chocolate chips and crunchy, butter cookie crumbs.
A creamy pudding with a banana twist. This dessert not only looks appealing in the glass bowl, but your guests will be pleasantly surprised from the first bite to the last.
These individually-sized dessert cups are handy for entertaining.