Strawberry Smoothie recipe – 190 calories

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I love drinking fruit smoothies in the morning – it makes me feel energized for the whole day. This smoothie is quick and easy to make, and absolutely delicious!

Strawberry Smoothie recipe – 190 calories

1 1/2 cups strawberries (fresh or frozen)
1 (12 ounce) can evaporated milk
1 (8 ounce) container strawberry yogurt

1. Place the strawberries, strawberry yogurt and evaporated milk in a blender.
2. Cover and blend until smooth.
3. Serve right away or chill in the refrigerator for a few minutes to make it cold.

Servings: 4

Nutritional information for one serving:
Calories: 190
Calories from fat: 66
Total fat: 7.4g
Cholesterol: 28mg
Total carbs: 23.2g
Fiber: 1.1g
Protein: 8.9g
WW points: 4

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  1. Oh wow~~ I didn’t know a strawberry smoothie can be done so easily! Thanks for the recipe! Add to my Delicious bookmark.


  2. Fruit smoothies are the best. I think this one is lower in calories than the few I’ve made before. Much easier too since it’s only ingredients.


  3. I could see the yummy-ness. Yup, that is so good it could last you the whole day. Nah, maybe half a day. I just hope the strawberries are not genetically engineered.

    I guess, you could spot ge’eed fruits. Like strawberries, if you see them like practically all of the same size, almost perfect, shinny and red; I would suspect.

    So I’d prefer, strawberries grown in Baguio or somewhere thereabouts and personally picked by me.

    But that is just a dream at this point in my life:-)



    Zero sugar is perfect:-)


  4. freedomyears says:

    Wow!!! i so love strawberries! This is perfect after my workout. Nice post. its all complete with nutritional info. thanks for sharing this one out.


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  6. I love this strawberry fruits very much. And i found the recipe hear thank u of posting.


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  9. love strawberrys so i know i will like this.


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  11. I live in the Caribbean so I have to rely on frozen strawberries. I have now become addicted to them. I mix a cup of skim milk, about 6 strawberries, a banana, two small packs of Splenda and some ice cubes. Yum!!!!! I also add a handful of dry oats. It does not sound attractive but it actually does not change the taste and is VERY good for you. Smoo.thies rock!!!! Great dinner or breakfast and very filling


  12. i wood like to buy some come.


  13. Many fruits are usually high in fiber, water, vitamin C and sugars. Fruits also contain a variety of phytochemicals, vitamins and minerals. We won’t get into the specifics here, but they are very essential to health and vitality. Drinking fruit smoothies can be a terrific and fun way for you and your family to get these nutrients into your body. Not to mention, if you substitute a meal with a smoothie, and the smoothie is combined correctly, it can be an extremely nutritious meal, with few calories in relationship to the average meal. The best way to get this result is from a highly regarded nutritionist who runs a busy nutritional practice. Natalie Savona is just that. Natalie answers the question:Are smoothies healthy?


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