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I did change a couple of things ~ Omitted the sugar & used cranberry-pomegranate juice since I had it on hand! When possible I don't sweeten my own smoothies, & felt the very ripe & flavorful berries (along with the peaches) gave enough sweetness! Definitely froze the fruit, though, as that gives a nice frosty chill that we like! Divided this between two very tall glasses & were very happy campers! Thanks for sharing the recipe! [Made & reviewed in Healthy Choices ABC recipe tag]
We enjoyed this smoothies with all the family. I prepared this with very tasty fresh strawberries and peach. I added ice cubes to chill it. Goodd balance between both fruits kind.
Instead of cranberry juice I used some grenadine.
Thanks for this recipe.
Very good, very thick and very cold. I used canned peaches and froze them without the juice. My blender is not the best so I had to let the fruit partially thaw first and cut fruit into smaller pieces. Next time I will add the juice from the peaces with the cranberry juice.
I have made this twice now. The first time with the peaches as the recipe called for and the second time with pineapple. Both were very good and it was nice and thick, which I loved cuz I feed it to my Grandson by spoon :) Also I used frozen strawberries and peaches to save time.
its delicious! I haven't found a bad recipe here yet! I made this one today, and even added extra cranberry juice to it. ( I use those small bottles of ocean spray diet, and added the whole thing. I am gona HAVE to get busy and freeze some peaches!! I recomend this to anyone who likes strawberries and peaches, and I agree, the cranberry isn't a predominant taste, altho I do like cranberry.
Excellent peach taste. The cranberry taste goes almost entirely away - leaving you with a peach party in your mouth. I didn't peel my peaches, but that's because I'm lazy. I use a high-powered Kitchen-Aid blender (wedding present! :)) and it makes short work of anything - so the 3/4 cup cranberry juice worked well for me. One of my favorite smoothies I've tried. Oh - in case you were wondering - this one doesn't keep very well in a fridge overnight (not that many smoothies do...) Serve immediately and drink it up...
Excellent flavor! It makes a very, very thick smoothie. DH is the smoothie maker in ou house and he did have to add about 1/2 cup extra cranberry juice to get our smoothie maker to blend it all up nicely. I wasn't sure if I should freeze the strawberries whole or sliced so I froze them sliced. I also could not find fresh peaches so I used a bag of frozen peach slices instead. Very nice flavor and I plan to make it again! Thank you for posting!!