Homemade Smoothie - Pro Points?

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  1. Ikin29

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    I am thinking of making myself a lovely fresh smoothie.

    I was wondering if I use frozen berries (strawberries, raspberries etc) and a banana will these still be classed as 0 Pro point?

    So the only thing I would need to point is the skimmed milk and *possibly* a scoop of ice cream - (AHEM :angeldevil:)!!!!

    Not sure what to do know as lovin the thought of it but dont want to blow it if blended fruit is pointed?
     
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    Hi, I'm an online user and also use the iPhone WW app and there is a WW recipe on the app for a fruit smoothie which is basically 200g strawberries (I used frozen raspberries) 1 banana and 150ml fat free yogurt all zapped together. That came out at 2 pro points which must be the yogurt. Btw it was great, so enjoy!
     
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    I would zero point frozen fruit
     
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