Black Forest Smoothie

Black Forest Smoothie

I think I have found my new favorite smoothie.

I drink smoothies everyday.  I have my usual go to smoothies which is either a banana peanut butter smoothie or a banana blueberry smoothie.  I got this crazy idea not long ago to try making a Black Forest Smoothie.

When I was organizing my recipes I stumbled upon a recipe a family friend gave me years ago for Black Forest Cake.   Doesn’t a big piece of moist and delicious black forest cake sound good right about now?  Well, that is what I was thinking when I came across the recipe but I thought of what about trying it as a smoothie.  This came out fantastic!  It has just the right balance of chocolate and cherries.  

With just a few ingredients, a quick pulse in the blender, you can whip up one of these delicious smoothies.  If you enjoy smoothies, trust me you want to try this one!  

Black Forest Smoothie


Black Forest Smoothie

Ingredients

  • 5.3oz cup of black cherry yogurt (such as Oikos Greek yogurt)
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • 1/2 cup frozen sweet cherries
  • 1/4 cup chocolate syrup

Instructions

  1. Combine ingredients in blender and blend on highest setting until desired consistency.

Top with whip cream for an added treat You can substitute black cherry yogurt for vanilla yogurt and increasing the amount of frozen cherries to about 3/4 cup. If you use fresh, pitted cherries, add in 1/2 cup of crushed ice.

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Black Forest Smoothie






Comments

  1. Nell says

    What i thought I had in my cabinet was chocolate syrup but it really was hot fudge. Uggghh. However i had some unsweetened cocoa powder & used that. I DONT LIKE IT. I was to excited to try the smoothie i used what i had available. Tomorrow I shall try with what the recipe calls for. BTW the pistachio banana pudding smoothie was yummy in my tummy. Thank you for sharing.

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