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No one makes smoothies for their kids? Here's mine:
Vanilla Lo-Fat yogurt Ripe Banana Berries - straw, blue, rasp Frozen chunks of mango (I get from Trader Joes)
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Report This| Share this:Do your kids like smoothies? Post your best recipe to WIN!No one makes smoothies for their kids? Here's mine: <br /><br />Vanilla Lo-Fat yogurt<br />Ripe Banana<br />Berries - straw, blue, rasp<br />Frozen chunks of mango (I get from Trader Joes) <br /><br />BLEND, POUR!<br /><br />Who is next <img src="http://img.webmd.com/community/images/smile.gif" align="top" border="0"> <br /><br />Haylen
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