Homemade Fruity Yogurt Sipper

Introduction: Homemade Fruity Yogurt Sipper

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If you want a cold drink on a hot summer day, this is a easy drink to make. It is cold and very yummy.

It is simple and quick but very good.

Step 1: Ingredients

You will need a blender, a pitcher, a large ripe banana, vanilla yogurt, powdered sugar, a measuring cup, a spoon, a butter knife, and measuring spoons. You will only need the pitcher if you don't eat it right away.


  • 1 large, ripe banana, 2 medium peaches, or 1 cup of sliced strawberries
  • 11/2 cups of milk
  • 1 8 - ounce carton vanilla yogurt
  • 1 - 2 tablespoons pf powdered sugar
  • 3 or 4 large ice cubes.

Step 2: Combining the Ingredients

First if you used bananas or peaches you must cut into chunks.

  • I used a banana so I cut it up into chunks.
  • Next I measured a cup and a half of milk and mixed it with the bananas.
  • I used a 32 ounce cup of vanilla yogurt, so I had to measure it using a measuring cup.
  • After I measured out 8 ounces of vanilla yogurt I mixed it with the bananas and the milk.
  • Next I used 2 tablespoons of powdererd sugar.

That is all you must do to combine the ingredients.

Step 3: Blending

You must blend the ingredients until smooth.

Blend for about 5 minutes.

Drop about 4 large ice cubes in the drink through the top while blending.

Drop the ice cubes one at a time.

Step 4: Finishing

This is what it should look like when it is done.

It makes about 4 ( 8 - ounce) servings.


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Excellent summer drink. I might have to make some of these this afternoon.