The feeling you get when you look at this smoothie simply foretells the enjoyment you’d get when it touches your lips.
It’s a kind of enjoyment that lingers in your mouth and memory long after the last drops of juice have left your lips.
The kind that takes your mind to fantasy land and makes you imagine beautiful things…
You might see yourself on sunny beaches in the heart of winter when you taste this smoothie-basking among beautiful sun bathed women under a warm summer sky.
That’s the feeling this smoothie gives you.
A taste of heaven.
A picture like they say is worth a thousand words.
You should just look at the picture of this smoothie above and let your mind do the rest.
This is one occasion where beauty is not in the eyes of the beholder
You can tell how good this smoothie will taste by how good it looks.
You are blind if you can’t see it.
It tastes so good…it’s so tasty and so refreshing (because of the lemonade) that you’d want to sip it all year long.
You’d think about it, crave it, wish for it.
Summer, winter or spring…you won’t care.
Because It feels right at home…in any weather.
The frozen strawberries, vanilla flavored yogurt and fresh home made lemonade that it is made with give it a sweet, smooth, tangy, mouth wateringly delicious creamy fruity taste that sets it apart from every smoothie you’ve ever tasted.
You might have a hard time telling if it is fruity or creamy but one thing you’d be sure of is that it is delicious.
Of that you’d have no doubt.
Because it is decadently so…dripping with enjoyment
It is literally crème de la crème of delicious smoothies.
A creamy, fruity, tasty goodness.
As I like I to say about great smoothies…it tastes as good as it looks.
To get the best taste use fresh homemade lemonade instead of store bought.
And you can add a few other kinds of berries if you like.
A few extra raspberries will further garnish it into it’s full red blooming glory.
I recommend you use a healthier sweetner for this smoothie instead of sugar.
Raw honey or real maple syrup are healthier alternatives.
- ½ cup sugar ( I recommend you use a healthier substitute like real maple syrup or raw honey)
- ⅔ cup lemon juice
- 3 cups frozen strawberries
- ½ cup vanilla yogurt
- Combine sugar(or a healthier sweetner like real maple syrup or raw honey) and ½ cup water in a medium saucepan over medium heat, stirring until the sugar has dissolved; let cool.
- In a large pitcher, whisk together sugar mixture, lemon juice and 1½ cups water.
- Combine strawberries, yogurt, lemon mixture and 2 cups ice in blender until smooth.
- Serve immediately.