{Easy} Strawberry Smoothies Recipe

Strawberry smoothies are easy to make and my kids love them! This recipe includes strawberries, yogurt, juice and ice. Just blend until smooth and it is ready to drink!

Strawberries Smoothies Recipe

Yesterday I told you about our fun weekend and our delicious breakfast. I promised to share my recipe for how to make a strawberry smoothie. My son doesn’t eat very much fruit but if I can blend the fruit into a smoothie or shake, he will drink it as long as it tastes good. So, smoothies are a great idea for him. My sister makes a smoothie that involves pudding and he loves that one. One of these days I am going to have to get her recipe.

Strawberry Smoothie In Blender

To make strawberry smoothies, I put the ice, strawberry juice, frozen yogurt and strawberries in the blender and blended it until smooth. I had to start with only part of the ingredients and then add the rest after blending for a bit, so that is how I wrote the recipe instructions. I’m not sure if that is because we’ve had this blender since our wedding or if everyone will have the same issue with their blender.

Strawberry Smoothies Recipe

Once blended, divide the smoothie between cups. The recipe can fill 2 jumbo sized cups, 4 medium sized cups or 6 small cups depending on how many people you are feeding.

How To Make A Strawberry Smoothie

Top the strawberry smoothies with a little whipped cream, add a straw and enjoy! I thought these smoothies were a bit on the sour side but my kids love them that way. If you prefer your smoothies more sweet, add some sugar or more frozen yogurt. Christine really wanted to add some granola to her smoothie but then she remembered that she already finished off the rest of our granola. She will have to try that next time!

I made the chalkboard labels in these glasses and I posted about it here: {Chalkboard Label} Summer Drink Station

{Easy} Strawberry Smoothies Recipe
  • 10 oz can frozen strawberry juice concentrate
  • 2 cups strawberry frozen yogurt
  • 7-10 strawberries, washed & hulled
  • 2 cups ice
  • Whipped cream, optional
  1. Put strawberry juice concentrate, 1 cup strawberry frozen yogurt, strawberries and 1 cup ice in blender.
  2. Blend until smooth.
  3. Add additional cup of strawberry frozen yogurt and cup of ice.
  4. Blend until smooth.
  5. Top with whipped cream, if desired.

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  1. says

    Okay, you think you’re fancy now with your WordPress blog! LOL Very nice. I’m feeling a bit sad you’re just coming into strawberry season and ours is well and truly over. Oh well. I might have to get some frozen strawberries to try this smoothie. I’m going through a bit of a smoothie phase.

    Anne xx

  2. says

    Yummo! I got such a kick out of reading about your mini staycation, your children will remember that forever! Oh, not to mention they will want to do this again….and again…Ha! Pinning the smoothie to try this weekend.

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