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KWHITE1022 Posts: 321
1/20/10 9:00 A

I actually do that on purpose, because I prefer to use my smoothie as a sub for icecream. Mine is very sweet, so drinking it is not always something Im up for, but when I get my ice cream craving, its a great alternative.

BARONESS-BYRON Posts: 291
1/19/10 4:17 P

I really don't think freezing your smoothie would cause a problem. Just know that when it comes time to drink your frozen smoothie, you're going to have to put it back in the blender with a little extra juice or milk or whatever to loosen it up enough to drink.

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1/19/10 12:48 P

I have recently wanted to start making smoothies, but I usually end up with at least 2 servings. Can I freeze the extra portions or does that mess things up? I'd be using fruit, yogurt, flax, protein powder, milk and such if that makes a difference.

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