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Non-Dairy Strawberry Smoothie Recipe

Non-Dairy Strawberry Smoothie Recipe
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Serves
2
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While milk products such as yogurt, ice cream and, yes, milk are staples of the smoothie world, many people cannot tolerate or don't want the extra calories of milk or dairy ingredients in their smoothie. So for all the lactose intolerant folks who still enjoy a delicious and healthy smoothie, we give you the non-dairy strawberry smoothie. Of course, it will be simple, but adding some sweetener to it will change this from a normal strawberry smoothie to a lip-smacking smoothie and it is also going to provide you with a host of health benefits.

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Directions


Prep
8 Mins
Cook
2 Mins
Ready In
10 Mins

    • Kanan
    • April 8, 2012
    Reply

    How many ice cubes is this recipe need? it says 12 cubes or 1/2 cup? please reply

      • Blender Man
      • April 9, 2012
      Reply

      Sorry, it has been corrected. It should be 4 ice cubes but you may need more or less to suit your tastes.

    • vanessa
    • April 12, 2012
    Reply

    does it work with frozen strawberries???Please reply

      • Blender Man
      • April 12, 2012
      Reply

      Everything works with frozen strawberries, but be aware you may need to add less ice or remove ice from this smoothie recipe if you use frozen fruit.

    • Cindy
    • April 15, 2012
    Reply

    Is the calorie count correct? 1 cup of strawberries is about 50 calories, and 1 tblsp of honey is only about 70 calories.

      • Blender Man
      • April 16, 2012
      Reply

      Sorry, you are right about the calorie count being wrong. I don’t know how I made that mistake. There are 110 calories in this strawberry smoothie recipe.

    • Kendra
    • June 10, 2012
    Reply

    how do you make a bigger amount with more servings? i enjoyed the one but it would be hard for me to make 6 individual smoothies.

    • Nathan
    • June 29, 2012
    Reply

    You ever heard of someone using pudding mix in place of milk or yogurt?

      • Blender Man
      • July 6, 2012
      Reply

      I think the pudding mix would be too much of a dry ingredient, but I am intrigued. Let us know if you try it. Email me if you do this and take photos – blenderman@smoothieweb.com

    • Adam
    • July 14, 2012
    Reply

    How do you make the smoothie with milk?

    • martin
    • December 22, 2012
    Reply

    all of the smoothie`s look fab

    • Azariah
    • February 26, 2016
    Reply

    I used 1/2 a cup of Sugar instead of honey and it tastes great!

    • CJL
    • May 12, 2016
    Reply

    could you use peaches instead of strawberries also sugar instead of honey

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