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Friday, June 22, 2012

Fruit Smoothies (Soy, Fish, Wheat, Nut, Egg and Milk-Free)

(Mixed Berry Smoothie made with Blueberries, Strawberries, Raspberries and Orange Juice, No Sugar Added)

 

This is a recipe that is original to me. It's super simple, good for you, and very allergy friendly!  It is soy-free (if you use all soy-free ingredients), fish, wheat, nut, egg and milk-free. It's perfect for summer time or those days when you just want something sweet that won't ruin your whole diet (you know what days I mean, I'm sure!). :) It's very customizable, too, so you have lots of options. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do. :)

Fruit Smoothies

soy-free frozen fruit of your choice such as berries, peaches, mango, pineapple; any combination

soy-free juice of your choice such as orange, grape or pineapple

white sugar (optional)

1. Place desired amount (about a cup per person generally) frozen (yes, they MUST be frozen) fruit in a blender.

2. Add enough juice to cover the fruit and blend until desired consistency. (You may have to pulse the mix at first until it is slightly blended, then continue full boar. I use "Ice Crush" mode normally, but you can play around with the buttons and see which works best for you. :) Also, feel free to add more juice if the mixture is too thick or more fruit if it is too thin.)

3. Add a little sugar if you find the mix too sour and re-blend. (Start with a tablespoon, blend, re-taste and add a teaspoon or so more at a time until you reach desired sweetness.)

And that's it! Pour it out into a glass and enjoy. Easy peasy and delish!


 
 This recipe has been submitted to:
 
Allergy Free Wednesdays on Real Food, Allergy Free!



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Gluten-Free Mondays on One Creative Mommy
OneCreativeMommy.com

My Cookbook on Circle of Moms


Food on Friday on Carole's Chatter
 
They did not use my picture (they used their own), but my Fruit Smoothies recipe is featured on PopSugar's "13 Kid-Friendly Frozen Treats to Make at Home" (5-10-13).

 

2 comments:

  1. Hi friend :) Thanks for linking up at our Gluten Free Fridays party last week! have tweeted and pinned your entry to our Gluten Free Fridays board on Pinterest! :) I hope that you'll join us this week! Domata will be sponsoring our party! They will be giving away a box of each of their gluten free products: Recipe Ready Flour, Seasoned Flour, and Pizza Crust Mix. Cindy from vegetarianmamma.com

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    1. I'm looking forward to it, Cindy! :) Sounds like a great time, as always. :) See you there!

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