How to make a strawberry smoothie without milk?

I usually don’t have any breakfast, but that’s bad so I decided to try having at least a smoothie. I have the blender and the strawberries, it’s just that I don’t know how to make a smoothie without milk, because milk in the morning makes me sick.

Does anyone know how to make one? And it would be nice if it weren’t too sweet.

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12 Responses to “How to make a strawberry smoothie without milk?”

  1. Clare said:

    Yogurt or orange juice will work fine. Here’s a link to a bunch of smoothie recipes, some using milk, and some not:
    http://www.smoothie-recipe.com/fruit/strawberry.html
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  2. caroline ♥♥♥♥♥ said:

    2 1/2 cups strawberries
    1 pitted peach
    1 cup low-fat plain yogurt or strawberry yogurt 2 cups ice

  3. TX2step said:

    Use some juice and add some yogurt (or frozen yogurt)…. orange juice is good with strawberries…..a banana would thicken it too….

  4. kmatty said:

    Try using soymilk (VitaSoy is the best) or rice milk instead. These are much easier on the tummy than regular milk.

    Also, any type of juice would work (orange, apple, cranberry, grape, etc.)

    This may sound disgusting, but you can take a few cubes of soft tofu and blend them into your smoothie. It would give you a small protein kick to get your day started. Alternatively, you could add a few spoonfuls of protein powder. I’d suggest one with a little spirolina in it (it’s green, but it tastes good!)

  5. Daisy said:

    try blending vanilla soy milk with strawberries 🙂

  6. Sway S said:

    use fruit juice, like a splash of orange or cranberry juice, your strawberries and a couple ice cubes

  7. radioctrlchicken said:

    Soy Milk, comes in flavours, so you can shake it up.

    I recommend 8th Continent brand, because it doesn’t taste disgusting, or have that grainy/chalky texture that some others do. If you’re lactose intolerant, you can use silken tofu in place of yogurt, and just add some vanilla extract.

    Try freezing some of the strawberries. It thickens it up, and gives you that cold factor. Remember though, the colder the product, the blander it tastes. (cold numbs your taste buds)

    Honey makes a good sweetner, and isn’t too sweet.

  8. Baobei said:

    You can substitute 1/2 cup milk for orange juice. Yogurt (1/2 cup) works, too

  9. allenjer3 said:

    -strawberries
    -water
    -sugar

    You can use sugar without milk or yogurt.Or you can use vanilla ice cream.

  10. L K said:

    you can use 1 banana as a substitute for the dairy. it makes it creamy. if you just use ice it would be more slushy. if you dont like sweet, i would not recommend soy milk

  11. kitch said:

    Use frozen strawberries and orange juice. Add a banana for a creamy consistency.

  12. foodwithme said:

    The delicious smoothie recipes and videos here would provide you the perfect solution
    http://www.ifood.tv/network/smoothie/recipes




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