Recipe Directions

1. Put the fruit in the blender with the cherries on the bottom.

2. Blend on medium speed. High speed will crush the seeds and make it sandy.

Nagev's Thoughts

By Nagev

A great frozen treat!

Tastes like frozen yogurt.

Freeze your own fruit. Store bought is usually blanched.

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looks great! breakfast tomorrow:)

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I love that color.

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Omg this is perfect for my fruitarian diet. Thank you.

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Hmm... Nagev, the recipe was great, but you should've SPECIFIED to pit the fresh cherries before adding them on the bottom of the blender, instead you used the word "seeds", and only the strawberries have seeds, the cherries have pits, and your tiny "oops" almost broke my blender. Thanks! Even the best blenders on the market WILL NOT CRUSH ROCKS (the basic density of cherry pits). ?

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Omg this is perfect for my fruitarian diet. Thank you.

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Wow! Is there any way I can buy frozen cherrries because cherries aren't in season right now. Thanks!!

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Woops! High speed crushes RASPBERRY SEEDS. Obviously if your;e using cherries you need to pit em first. lol

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looks great! breakfast tomorrow:)

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I love that color.

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This looks so amazing!

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yummy! but i think ill pit my cherries first. ;)

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