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Raspberry Lime Smoothie

Raspberry Lime Smoothie

Raspberry Lime Smoothie
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Serves
2
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It 's time for lime; a refreshing lime smoothie recipe. I personally love the taste of lime and you'll notice there are not too many smoothie recipes for this wonderful fruit. Of course to make it more palatable, I have added some great sweeteners such as raspberries and sherbet. Let me know what you think.

Nutrition


Calories: 181
Carbohydrates: 39.2g
Protein: 4.98g
Fat: 2.2g
Fiber: 3.6g
Sugars: 27.1g
Cholesterol: 10mg
Sodium: 64mg
Iron: 3%
Vitamin A: 4%
Vitamin C: 41%

Ingredients


1/2 cup lime (sliced)
3/4 cup low-fat milk
1 cup lime sherbet (can be light or low fat)
1/2 cup raspberries
2 cups ice
You can substitute key lime yogurt for the sherbet for a smoother, albeit, slightly different taste.

Directions


Prep
8 Mins
Cook
2 Mins
Ready In
10 Mins

  1. In a blender, combine all ingredients and process until smooth.
    • olive
    • March 14, 2009
    Reply

    Were can i submit a recipe??

      • Blender Man
      • March 14, 2009
      Reply

      All smoothie recipe submissions can be emailed to blenderman@smoothieweb.com. Thanks.

    • JD
    • March 18, 2009
    Reply

    Umm, yeah so I tried this one tonight…and I followed the recipe and mine came out red from the raspberries – so the picture is a bit deceptive. I do enjoy it – but just a warning, it is VERY tart.

    • Anonymous
    • November 4, 2009
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    ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh yummy yummy good good good mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

    • Anonymous
    • February 26, 2010
    Reply

    it says 1/2 cup of lime sliced – do you peel it like an orange or leave the rind on?

      • Blender Man
      • February 26, 2010
      Reply

      I would never leave the rind on any fruit in a smoothie.

    • Linda
    • June 10, 2010
    Reply

    We tried this tonight (I love lime) and was a bit surprised it turned out red from the raspberries. And, we agree with JD, it is VERY VERY tart. Finally added a little ginger ale and that helped.

      • Blender Man
      • July 10, 2010
      Reply

      thanks for the great suggestion, Linda.

    • Allie K
    • July 8, 2010
    Reply

    i made this today and i added some 7 up and mango.. and doubled some of the ingredientds.. and it was delicous!!! i love it so much!!!! and its good for you so its just a like better (: well yeah i love this recipie

    ohh and instead of just lime sherbert i used rainbow sherbert.. and that works fine.
    i loveee this thanks (:

    • arias
    • January 6, 2011
    Reply

    Does anyone have any idea how many limes typically makes up a half cup of lime?

    • Beth O
    • May 7, 2011
    Reply

    Would you reccomend this smoothie or is it not very good??

    • Michelle J
    • May 15, 2011
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    I substituted the raspberries and sherbert for 2 bananas and low-fat key lime yogurt. I add 1 scoop of vanilla protein powder and an additional peeled lime. The outcome was tasty and creamy. Not tart and still taste the lime.

    • Michelle J
    • May 15, 2011
    Reply

    Can’t wait to have another one for breakfast tomorrow.

    Mine was a very light green color. I suppose you can add kiwi or superfood if you want a darker green color.

    • Dave
    • May 15, 2011
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    I added 2 Tbspn of white sugar to cut down on the tartness. Makes it less healthy, but it’s better than being undrinkable and healthy.

    • Anonymous
    • June 6, 2011
    Reply

    Do u just blend it all together?

    • Anita Ellen
    • March 11, 2012
    Reply

    Did add strawberries for raspberries since out. I too love lime. And strawberry yogurt so mine red, but got that lime kick too it. I have before added pineapple juice too. I wonder how pomegranate might taste ?!

    • bob
    • March 24, 2012
    Reply

    tell me what it tastes like instead of: IT WAS GOOD!!!!!

    • Susan
    • May 15, 2012
    Reply

    I love lime! One of my favorites!

    • mychal
    • July 11, 2012
    Reply

    anyone know the carb count and nutritional info for this receipe?
    thx

  1. Reply

    My Mom (who works in a jewellery store) said “When choosing jewelry to wear to compliment your outfit, it is very important not to mix gold and silver. Though many will tell you that it is okay to mix the two, believe me when I say that it is not! Mixing gold and Pearl Earrings looks terrible and will ruin any good outfit!”

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