Photo: James Baigrie
Yield
Makes 4 servings

How to Make It

Cut any large strawberries in half. Place the berries in a single layer on a baking sheet and freeze for 2 hours. In a blender, combine the sugar and cream or half-and-half. Blend for about 20 seconds or until the sugar dissolves. Add the frozen berries and puree. Divide the mixture among 4 glasses and garnish with the whole berries. Serve immediately.

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Ratings & Reviews

justmuffins's Review

Annastasia
June 11, 2010
To all the other reviewers: Why are you all compaining about the fat content? It's a milkshake - it's going to be fattening unless you modify it. It is not meant to be eaten everyday! Just enjoy and stop complaining - or dont eat it! If you are going to try this and feel it needs extra flavor - try adding a little strawberry extract.

AmandaW's Review

AmandaW
April 26, 2009
I didn't make this. I just wanted to post that this recipe is 21 Weight Watcher Points PER serving! That's a whole days worth for some people. Run away fast.

Annastasia's Review

justmuffins
April 22, 2009
when you read the recipe you know it is really heavy with carbs and fats so why try it if you feel this way about the recipe. I think you just want to complain about a really good tasting smoothie, they are not known for being a low carb dessert.