M.P.M Smoothie

Introduction: M.P.M Smoothie

About: I love basically any kind of craft, especially if it's jewelry making. I also LOVE baking, and just food in general. My main hobbies consist mostly of: Polymer clay, Rainbow loom, Duct tape, and baking or ma...

One day I felt like making a smoothie that was really unique, so I gathered up some unique ingredients and threw them in a blender. When I tasted it I thought that it was definitely good enough to make into an instructable, so here it is! I call it the M.P.M (mint, peach, mio) smoothie. Enjoy!

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Step 1: Ingredients and Supplies

What you will need: Blender, Peach yogurt, 5 mint leaves, Mango peach Mio, Stevia, Lemon-lime carbonated water, Measuring cup. (Please don't mind the peach yogurt already in the blender, I made a mistake)

Step 2: Add Yogurt and Leaves

Add 1/2 a cup of peach yogurt to the blender. Then break up and add the 5 mint leaves and add them too.

Step 3: Add Sweetener

Next you have to add the sweetener, I used stevia but you can use what you want for it. I added 4 stevia spoons to the blender.

Step 4: Add Liquids

Now add 1 squirt of mango peach Mio (you probably could use other flavors but it will make the flavor different) Then add 1/4 cup of lemon-lime flavored carbonated water to the blender.

Step 5: Blend

Blend away!!

Step 6: Enjoy

Pour and drink! Hope you enjoy! Makes 1 smoothie. I apologize if the camera pictures are bad quality, I'm only using my iPod. If you have questions feel free to ask in the comments!

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    4 Discussions

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    jujubee31
    jujubee31

    6 years ago

    Would maybe sugar work?

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    Nadflick
    Nadflick

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Yes, sugar would work. Sorry for taking so long to reply!

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    jujubee31
    jujubee31

    6 years ago

    Can stevia be subbed

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    Nadflick
    Nadflick

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Yes, I believe it can. Sorry I don't know the exact measurements though.