Feels Like a Raspberry Dream

Feels Like A Raspberry Dream Recipe

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Can you think of a better way to get your daily intake of fruit, not only does this smoothie taste incredible but it’s also good for you.

It tastes equally good with and without the garnishes. This cold, fresh, raw smoothie is so delicious. I love that you can taste the fruit. It is truly a wonderful marriage of flavors, tart raspberries and sweet pears.


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5 Min
5 Min


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1 1/4 c
pear juice, chilled
2 - 4 Tbsp
honey (to taste)
pears, large, ripe diced
1 c
frozen raspberries
ice cubes
1/4 c
whipped cream, garnish (optional)
1/2 tsp
coarse sugar, garnish
raspberries, garnish

How to Make Feels Like a Raspberry Dream


  • 1Put all the ingredients in electric blender.
  • 2Blend on low speed to start, gradually increasing speed until the fruit mixture is smooth and well blended to your personal preference.
  • 3Add or delete ice cubes as you prefer, if you find it too thick add more juice, a little at a time.
  • 4Pour into glasses and if using the garnish option, top with whipped cream sprinkle with sugar and garnish with fresh raspberries, add straw, sit back and sip.
  • 5I dare you not to enjoy this tasty treat.

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About Feels Like a Raspberry Dream

Course/Dish: Smoothies
Main Ingredient: Fruit
Regional Style: Canadian
Other Tag: Quick & Easy
Hashtag: #fruit smoothie

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