How to make Smoothies

How to make Smoothies
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Synopsis: Create stunning ice cold beverages. Making smoothie drinks is easy.

Create stunning ice cold beverages. Making smoothie drinks is easy. Use real fruits, blender base or flavored syrups. Poor over Ice. For best results use an aerated ice machine. We carry a large selection of commercial ice blenders.
Click here to find ready mix real fruit smoothie blender puree.


Fill the cup with Ice cubes.

For best results use aerated ice cubs.

Fill the cup 1/3 with water

For best results use milk or cream instead

Fill the cup to the top with ready mix blender base.
Fill contents into a commercial grade ice blender.
Blend until desired texture is reached. Some blenders have automatic ramping cycles to let the ice fall down to the bottom.
Serve the smoothie for your enjoyment.

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