20 Jul


You want it with strawberries? You got it. Some melon? No problem. How ’bout some pineapple? It can add a nice touch. What really makes it yummier than any other smoothie I’ve ever had though is a splash of Sunny D, Andrew’s not-so secret ingredient.

The boy is a smoothie master, always choosing all the right fruit to mix into the non-fat yogurt. He’s made smoothie monsters out of some of our family members. In fact, they even wanted their own Magic Bullets to make the smoothies as easily as he does.

Today, I woke up to find a prepared smoothie and some coffee all ready for me. It’s better than any smoothie/coffee shop I’ve sampled. It also costs a lot less. To that I say, sip until the annoying straw noise is made.

2 Responses to “Smoothie-licious”

  1. Andrew - The Smoothie Maker July 20, 2010 at 9:30 pm #

    1 medium/small banana
    3-4 medium/small strawberries
    1 small chunk of pineapple
    4 tablespoons of vanilla fat free yogurt
    Splash of Sunny-D
    6 ice cubes
    Blend in magic bullet for about a minute or until all ice chunks are blended

    Let me know if you like it too.


  2. Ginger July 21, 2010 at 12:18 pm #

    I’ll have to give it a try because I heart smoothies. My current favorite is pretty simple. One frozen banana, a tablespoon or 2 of peanut butter, milk and a little bit of honey. The peanut butter helps me feel full until lunch too.

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