and then will proceed with posting another smoothie recipe (that contains blueberries!) even though I just posted one a few days ago.
I originally intended to make another Watermelon Strawberry Smoothie, but I didn't have much watermelon left. But I did have plenty of leftover strawberries and blueberries from the American Flag Cake from July 4th. I substituted blueberries to cover the amount of watermelon I was missing.
I really enjoyed the end result, especially with the addition of some leftover whipped topping, also because of the American Flag Cake.
|This is what a "quartered" strawberry looks like.|
Blueberry Watermelon Strawberry Smoothie
1/4 cup watermelon, sliced, no rind
1 1/2 cups blueberries
3/4 cup strawberries, quartered
1 1/4 cups white grape juice
whipped topping, if desired
Clean and cut watermelon and strawberries. Rinse blueberries. Place into blender with white grape juice. Blend until smooth. Pour into a glass and top with whipped topping and blueberries (but only if you want to - I don't want to seem bossy or anything).
Is that a Clemson cutting board? If so, I am not surprised. Aliza still wants to go there when she graduates :)ReplyDelete
Also, I read all of your recipes and I love you :)
Why yes, that is a Clemson cutting board; thank you for noticing!ReplyDelete
We should totally take Aliza to Clemson's Bring Your Daughter to Clemson Weekend next year. It's usually in May and I've been dying to borrow someone's daughter so I can go ;)
And thanks for the kudos. It's nice to know somebody is reading these (besides my husband who I force to)!