Apr 11, 2010

Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie


 

This simple low calorie smoothie combines exotic kiwis with strawberries and yogurt. A delicious combination and a great high fiber breakfast on the go, loaded with vitamin C!
Strawberry Kiwi Smoothie
Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes
Servings: 2 Serving Size: 1 cup • Old Points: 1 pt Points+: 2 pt
Calories:
63.6Fat: 0.3 g Protein: 2.2 g Carb: 15.8 g Fiber: 4.9 g 

Ingredients: 
  • strawberry fiber one yogurt
  • 5-6 strawberries
  • 1 kiwi, peeled
  • 1 cup ice
Directions:
    Blend all ingredients together and serve.

    28 comments :

    1. I have a smoothie recipe up on my blog too:) I love them! I will have to try this one next time!

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    2. I have been looking for breakfast ideas- thank you! :)

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    3. What a great idea for a blog! Love it. This smoothie looks outstanding. Must give it a try :)

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    4. How many ounces of yogurt did you use? One of the little cups of the Fiber One yogurt?
      Thanks for all the great recipes. My family doesn't even know they're Weight Watchers!

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    5. I make smoothies ALL the time! I pour the extra servings into popsicle molds, freeze, and then I have a fun snack for another day!

      BTW, I found your blog last week and I think it is AWESOME!!!

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    6. Yes, one 4 oz yogurt!

      I love the idea of freezing these! These would make excellent 1 pt popsicles!

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    7. I just made this smoothie this morning and it is really yummy. And just one point! WOW!

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    8. I just came across you blog yesterday! LOVE IT! I have forwarded it to all my friends and will be sharing this site at my weight watchers meeting tomorrow! THANK YOU GINA!!!

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    9. @A Wedding Story - So delish for only One point!

      Thanks for sharing with your WW meeting!

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    10. Thank you so much!

      I love your blog and I try to visit as often as I can and share too.

      Smoothie addict ;-)
      Teresa

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    11. Love your blog! But, would it even be 1 pt? The Fiber One yogurts figure to be 0 points because of the high fiber. Even better for us Weight Watchers!

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    12. Good Point! I just recalculated the points and I got zero for one serving. But if I check the points for both servings, it's 2 points because you can only count up to 4 grams of fiber. This is probably the most confusing part of the ww points for me. So technically if you drink 1 serving, it's 0 points!

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    13. So delicious fora hot summers day!

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    14. I tried this yesterday and it was really good. Will be having the other one serving today for snack. I froze it. Yum!

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    15. Love the idea of freezing them! Great idea for the summer!

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    16. all of these smoothies look soooo goodododododododod;alskdjfa;lsdkjf

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    17. LOVE SMOOTHIE WEEK!!!! THANKS BUNCHES!

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    18. Delish! Thanks have had this the last couple of days for breakfast with a english muffin.

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    19. If you don't peel the kiwi you will get a lot more antioxidants and triple the fiber! It is completely edible!

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    20. I just made this smoothie and it is amazing! I typically like for things to be a little on the sweet side, so I added 4 small packets of splenda, and it is phenomenal!!! :D

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    21. I was making this smoothie for myself and decided to try and make a batch for the kids. I substituted the yogurt for greek yogurt since that's all I had on hand. The kids love them and they are so much better for them then those Danimals smoothies. Thanks for all the great recipes!

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    22. I subbed greek yogurt because it is what I had, this recipe is delicious. The hubby liked it too!

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    23. Just wanted to stop by and let you know that I made this recipe for The Crazy Cooking CHallenge. It was great, thanks for a great recipe!

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    24. Simple but delicious, I'll have to add this one to my list. thanks for posting

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    25. Just tried this recipe for luch and it was great. Added honey too it because all I had was plain greek yogurt

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    26. What a great looking smoothie! I HAVE to had a frozen banana in my smoothies!

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    27. What a great looking smoothie! I HAVE to had a frozen banana in my smoothies!

      Grace Crawford Kiwifruit Green & Gold

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    28. love those sprinkles12/25/13, 12:32 PM

      OMG! Sounds soooo good! Going to try it this afternoon. Love strawberry + kiwi together especially in smoothies!

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