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Fruit - Cantaloupe Smoothie Post by :Fattyarbuckle Category :Learning Kitchen Author :Unknown Date :February 2012 Read :2699

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Fruit - Cantaloupe Smoothie

Cantaloupe (about 3 cups cubed)
1 cup skim milk
1 cup ice
Sweetener as needed (about 1-2 tsp. sugar or the equiv.)


Cut cantaloupe into small cubes. Blend all ingredients until smooth. Sweeten to taste. Makes 4 servings and each provides you with 1 - 5 A Day servings of fruit!
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