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I've just found my new all-time favorite breakfast! I had to specially go and buy vanilla-flavored soy milk for this, I usually have plain in the fridge. I think the vanilla flavoring really adds to the intensity of the smoothie. When I run out of the 1 liter of vanilla soymilk I'm going to try using plain with a teaspoon of good vanilla extract. Thanks Diggy, I adore this!

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Mirj September 17, 2002

I made this today and used Silk Vanilla Soy Milk! YUM! I couldnt taste the soy at all and I used a combo of raspberries, blueberries & blackberries. Thanks for a repeat recipe:)

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Ang11002 May 31, 2006

I did everything as directed, but the taste wasn't quite to my liking. A whole banana thrown back in and blended hit the spot!

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Russ in NJ January 20, 2008

Thanks for the recipe. I've been trying to find a way for me to drink soy milk since I'm no longer on dairy and this is it!!

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arz January 17, 2008

Really good and love that it is sugar free. Thanks for the keeper !

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Chef RZ Fan June 10, 2007

Easy and Wonderful! I made this using plain soy milk, but i added some vanilla extract to make it vanilla flavored. Then i added the rest of the ingredients as instructed. Especially good if you put it in the freezer so it gets extra icy cold. Thanks!

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Pepper Monkey October 03, 2004

Yummy! You're right, this hardly has that soy-ey taste at all! BF started calling it "Satan Smoothie" when I was making it because he's scared of soymilk. I made him try it and he ended up drinking a whole cup full and admitting that it really was pretty good. I used a frozen berry medley mix that has strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries. I think it may just be because the vanilla soymilk I buy has a very mild vanilla flavor, but next time I would probably add maybe 1/2 tsp vanilla extract too. This isn't too sweet, which is good, because it lets the natural sweetness of the berries shine through. Very tasty.

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Roosie June 29, 2004

I love throwing this in my vita mix, quick tip, I don't like soymilk either, try coconut milk instead you can generally find this right next to the soymilk at the grocery store, I think coconut is a great flavor to throw in there.

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mytherainbow July 07, 2012

So simple, yet refreshing and delicious!

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chefdownunda June 22, 2011

Yummy! Very easy smoothie and the one to make if you don't like the flavor of soy. I usually use a frozen berry mix but any combination of frozen fruits would be good. Thanks for posting!

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LonghornMama January 04, 2006
Delicious Dairy Free Smoothie