Low-Carb Strawberry Smoothie
(1 serving) Printable Version
Frozen strawberries provide flavor. Soft tofu provides smoothness. Low carb soy powder provides added nutrition.
Mr Breakfast would like to thank angseu for this recipe.
Comments About This Recipe
What do you think of Low-Carb Strawberry Smoothie?
Overall Average Rating =(out of 5)
Based on 6 votes.
I agree with 'divah' - use yogurt (preferably vanilla) instead of the tofu and it's a great smoothie.
Comment submitted: 7/27/2013 (#16207)
I did not care for that weird flavor. I'm throwing out the tofu right away.
Comment submitted: 8/31/2010 (#11151)
I replace the tofu with vanilla yogurt and it turned out good.
Comment submitted: 8/15/2010 (#11069)
From elricardon (Team Breakfast Member)
I am Diabetic, so I actually did ask my doctor about this drink. and he said that it was perfect. So I tried it and it was great.
Comment submitted: 8/6/2010 (#11019)
It's pretty cool if ur on a low carb diet. U can also use other fruits.
Comment submitted: 5/10/2009 (#8089)
From low carb-on
The recipe is only low carb when you substitute a few things but other than that fantastic!
Comment submitted: 10/16/2008 (#6611)
You can use 8 oz of unsweetened almond milk (Almond Breeze is what I have) for only 1 net carb. Great recipes! Thank you so much for making the effort to post them!
Comment submitted: 11/13/2007 (#3991)
U know... u can always use soy milk!!
Comment submitted: 8/14/2007 (#3375)
From Good Advice
Instead of milk, use Hood Calorie Counter. It has only 5 carbs per cup.
Comment submitted: 8/12/2007 (#3366)
I agree with mimi. strawberries have sugars and carbs too. this recipe would use up an entire day's allowance of carbs, especially during induction.
Comment submitted: 7/17/2007 (#3225)
From Les is more
Mimi - Most regular smoothies have in excess of 80g carbs so 11g is pretty low in comparison!
Comment submitted: 4/24/2007 (#2237)
Mimi - Maybe you are just a poo poo.
Comment submitted: 3/31/2007 (#2027)
How is this low carb when 1 cup of milk has 11 carbs? Maybe it's just not induction friendly.
Comment submitted: 2/28/2007 (#1687)
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