How To Make Strawberry Smoothies Without YogurtPrint This Post
Most strawberry smoothie recipes contain either yogurt or frozen yogurt as one of the main ingredients. Today I want to share with you how to make strawberry smoothies without yogurt.
There are usually two reasons why you don’t want yogurt in your strawberry smoothie.
- You just don’t like yogurt that much.
- You are allergic to dairy products.
I’ll address each of them below.
How To Make Strawberry Smoothies Without Yogurt
If you are not a big fan of yogurt, but are fine with milk etc, you can make a delicious yogurt-free strawberry smoothie as follows:
Basic Strawberry Smoothie with Milk
- 12 frozen strawberries
- 1 cup of ice cold milk
- sweetener of your choice (optional)
Put all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Depending on the sweetness of your strawberries, you may want to add some honey, sugar or non-calorie sweetener like stevia to sweeten it up a bit.
Serve your smoothie right away in a tall glass. You can also use soy, almond or rice milk if you prefer.
If your main reason for wanting to know how to make a strawberry smoothie without yogurt is because you are allergic to dairy, try this non-dairy smoothie instead.
Non-Dairy Strawberry Smoothie
- 6 large strawberries
- 1 banana (sliced and frozen)
- 1/2 cup of orange juice
Put everything into a blender and blend until smooth. You can add more or less juice to adjust the consistency of your smoothie to your liking. As with any smoothie, add your favorite sweetener to taste if needed. With this particular one I don’t usually add any sweeter since the combination of juice, strawberry and sweet bananas is plenty sweet for me.
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