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BITTERQUILL Posts: 1,370
1/12/12 9:45 A

With those ingredients, I don't see why they wouldn't hold up in the fridge for a few days, although they would probably need to be stirred well before drinking. If you use ice in the mixture, that's a different story.

JESSIJESS8058 Posts: 158
1/12/12 9:33 A

Over the summer I had a smoothie every morning for breakfast and LOVED it! My typical smoothie was greek yogurt (whatever flavor I had laying around), a banana, maybe strawberry and a splash of cold coffee.
Now I'm much shorter on time and money. Anyone know how well smoothies hold up to being made a few days in advance and leaving them in the fridge? If so, would my typical recipe above work?

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