Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the answer to your question. I'll do some research in Google and get back to you if I find an answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably can help you..
Mine are simple....
1/2c ff milk.
1 scoop Any Whey.
*fruit serving of choice (or cocoa and splenda for a chocolate shake).
1c crushed ice.
Whiz in blender or Magic Bullet..
*If you freeze your fruit, you can cut down on ice...
Super simple freebie smoothie.
1/2 cup ice.
1/2 cup water.
1 individual serving packet crystal light (pomergrante cherry is my favorite).
Put it in magic bullet cup and whip for a few seconds..
My favorite is a pina colada smoothie....
1 6 oz container vanilla yogurt.
3/4 cup frozen pineapple chunks (I buy them already frozen at Safeway).
A splash of coconut extract.
A few ice cubes.
Check my Update file - there are a few there as well.
Thanks everybody for your responses - they all sound good. I think I am going to make the pina colada smoothie tonight...
Hmm..I have a smoothie almost every afternoon..
It's always a variation of this:.
1/2 cup FF yogurt.
1/2 FF milk.
Then I add frozen strawberries, or frozen cherries (current favorite), raspberries or whatever frozen fruit..
1-2 tbsp splenda according to sweetness you desire.
And I like to have alot, so I add 1 cup ice cubes..
I also sometimes make it with 1/2 frozen banana and walden farms choc dip. Yummy!!!!.
Or banana and walden farms peanut butter spread (include splenda to taste).
Hope this helps!!..
Thanks for sharing Linda. I am just starting and need encouragement as well as ideas to keep me motivated. This evening smoothie will satisfy both me and my husband...
I use the Dukan Diet Hot Cocoa mix (though you can probably find lower calorie hot cocoa mixes in the supermarket - try to get as low calories as possible) and mix it with 1/2 a banana (or if I have skipped my fruit serving with breakfast, a whole banana), some ice, and a glass of water.
I picked up from Costco a jumbo combo pack of mixed fruit in light syrup and peaches in light syrup that appear to meet the Dukan Diet guidelines for fruit. This weekend I may try mixing one of those containers with a 6 oz container of FF Vanilla yogurt and some ice. With the syrup from the peaches I doubt I'd need to add an artificial sweetener..