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I would make this a 1 person recipe And instead of 2 cups soy milk try 1 cup fat free cashew milk it tastes better and it's a lot creamier instead of 2 bananas Try 5 oz of vanilla Greek yogurt but if you like the banana flavor try adding a teaspoon of banana flavoring And instead of 4 peaches try only one and a half but cut the peaches into chunks and freeze Them Then add your cinnamon and bland. this recipe Is more diabetic friendly and it tastes good. hope you enjoy!

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Anonymous June 11, 2015

This smoothie sounds really great but it sure is not a diabetic recipe as stated. With over 35 grams of carbs and over 24 grams of sugar no way can it be diabetic!

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sevai September 08, 2014

Good smoothie. I did reduce the banana by 1 and used fat lady frozen peaches. I also liked the addition of the cinnamon.

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Hill Family January 29, 2014

Great smoothie recipe! Loved the cinnamon and used twice as much called for. I'm not a fan of really sweet smoothies, and thought this was just the right amount of sweet for me. I used frozen banana slices and 2% milk. Thanks for posting the recipe!

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Lucky in Bayview July 17, 2013

Hi Pat, this was such a nice addition to my breakfast, I like a big breakfast as it sets you up for the day and this went well as a side to my bran flakes with walnuts. I used skimmed milk I can't have soy I am allergic, and I had to use canned peaches as it's winter here and I just could not get fresh anyplace that's what I get for making it in December the cinnamon flavour was great I love cinnamon and it's good for us diabetics too. I will be keeping this one and will get fresh peaches next time. thanks for posting a very nice recipe. Made for PARTY TIME December 2010

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Tea Jenny December 03, 2010

Nice smoothie! I meant to use frozen banana, but forgot to "make" some, so instead I threw in one ice cube and that made it more slushy like. I scaled this back to make enough for 2 - it's a very filling smoothie, really like the cinnamon flavour. Our peaches weren't really ripe enough and definitely not sweet enough yet, so I added in more banana and that did the trick. I think vanilla soy in this would be fabulous. Thx Pat!

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magpie diner June 23, 2010

Very good smoothie. I halved it and made it with skim milk for dessert. The cinnamon was a pretty strong flavor, but it was still great. Made for Holiday Tag.

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KellyMac6 April 13, 2010

This was good! I made half a batch and used Cashew Milk (Raw Foods) . I put in a bit more "milk" so that it was less thick. Thanks!

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mliss29 March 04, 2010

Loved it! I used frozen peaches and had to add a bit more soymilk to get the consistency right. Thanks for a keeper Pat.

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puppitypup December 05, 2009
Peach Smoothie (Diabetic)