Blueberry Smoothie

 

BLUEBERRY SMOOTHIE

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Very Berry Blueberry Smoothie. Blending vanilla yogurt and ice with banana, kiwi, and blueberries makes a quick and. Ingredients 1 cup blueberries (frozen or fresh) 1 (8 ounce) container plain yogurt ¾ cup 2% reduced-fat milk 2 tablespoons white sugar ½ teaspoon vanilla extract ⅛ teaspoon ground nutmeg. Steps 1 In blender, place blueberries, soymilk and yogurt. Cover; blend on high speed about 1 minute or until smooth.

Sweeten 2 Pour into 2 glasses. Serve immediately. Add the soy milk, yogurt, flax seed meal, and honey. Blend on lowest speed until smooth, about 5 seconds.

Gradually add the blueberries while continuing to blend on low. Once the blueberries. Blueberry Superfood Smoothie.

Get the Recipe. While it might not look like your average green drink, this blueberry smoothie is packed with spinach and avocados. The. Strawberry-Blueberry-Banana Smoothie A smoothie with strawberries, blueberries and banana is delicately sweet and entirely kid-friendly, even with a boost of protein from hemp seeds.

Freeze the fruits ahead of time for an extra frosty texture once blended. PB & J Smoothie Without Banana. Make this blueberry smoothie for breakfast! This smoothie recipe is creamy, luscious and so nutritious.

You’ll need frozen blueberries and banana. 1/2 cup nonfat or 1 percent lowfat milk. 1/2 cup non fat plain yogurt. 1 cup frozen blueberries (unsweetened) 1 teaspoon honey. Whisk SDK.

View list. Create a. Blend blueberries, 1/2 banana, water, cashew butter, and vanilla extract together in a blender until smooth; pour into a bowl. Step 2 Top smoothie with sliced.

Place yogurt, fruit, milk, a handful of ice and honey to taste all into a blender.

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In a blender, combine the spinach, blueberries, raspberries, banana, milk, oats, sugar, and 1 cup ice, and puree until smooth.

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◗ Blueberry-Lemon Smoothie: 2 cups blueberries (frozen or fresh), 1 frozen banana, and 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice mixed into ½ cup orange juice with a little honey or sugar.

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Add the frozen blueberries, fresh blueberries, mint, orange juice, yogurt, agave nectar, and raspberries to the blender.

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Combine strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, and sugar in large saucepan and cook over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until berries begin to release their juices and sugar has dissolved, about 5 minutes.

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Stir together 2½ cups fresh or frozen raspberries, blueberries, or blackberries, 3 tablespoons sugar, 2 tablespoons lemon juice, 2 tablespoons water, 1½ tablespoons cornstarch, and pinch salt in medium saucepan.

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A blueberry and banana smoothie tastes so good.

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Blueberry juice can be made from both fresh and frozen berries.

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Because of their high water content, strawberries can’t be frozen as successfully as cherries or blueberries, but frozen berries are fine if you want to make wintertime smoothies.

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We simply combined frozen strawberries with a banana, a little sugar, and plain yogurt in the blender until smooth.

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Meanwhile, defrost a total of 2 to 3 tablespoons of raspberries and blueberries overnight, or be sure to have some fresh fruit on hand for the morning, such as berries, an apple, or a banana.

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  • I love the way you teach in your video don’t ever change that please you are very right to the way to make things and we never see you talk a lot of gargle that is what we like about you…right to the recipe! Thank you so much for sharing, you are so funny at the end of your videos..we is always waiting for the end. sincerly from toronto XOXOXXO

  • That sounds really good… I hate how awesome these wind up looking after a hearty dose of food coloring, considering it serves no purpose ither than aesthetics. But coloring aside, this really sounds fabulous!

  • U said add something that sounded like cheacy or something like that which i have never heard of. What’s the correct spelling and will my local store have it? Thank u!

  • I make a similar smoothie, but I omit the cashews and chia seeds. Instead, I use rolled oats, almond butter, flaxseeds and almond milk. Creamy and delicious!!

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  • Wow! Haven’t thought to put nuts in a smoothie, yet I guess I’ve put almond butter in one in the past! �� And, I totally need a vitamix. My Magic Bullet is not nearly as powerful! I make a similar smoothie, but instead of cashews, I add frozen peaches and raw kale! Yummy. Bananas make all smoothies good!

  • I do that every other day with the water, just like you, but instead of ice I also use a frozen banana…. Just peel a few ripe nana”s stick in bag, then in freezer, take one out when ready….# just sayin.. have a nice day…

  • Definitely use a flavored protein powder like Quest vanilla milkshake. You dont need a whole scoop. That and unsweetened almond milk will bring out the favor of the blueberries and the smoothie will be sweet. I still add ice to mine. If you use a whole scoop of sweetened powder definitely add ice and even a lil water.

  • Wow. You never disappoint! I just made this. Ingredients are Soooo easy. And this was really delicious. I used 1 tbsp of heavy whipping cream and made sure the glass was frozen. Thank you.

  • Bro do you have any idea how much respect I have for you for asking people to like and subscribe at the END of your video? That’s awesome

  • Hi Gaby, I like your Blueberry Smoothie recipe. Will have to try it later in the week. Would love to hear what you think of my recipe which I just posted on my channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDUuRFCKPFI

  • The most simple and delicious recipe I have found! The only substitution I did was substitute milk for water for a dairy free smoothie and it was still delicious and sweet ❤️ thank you for this simple recipe!

  • Hi, Dave. Your blueberry smoothie looks delicious. What’s your best tip for cooking perfectly cooked chicken tenders? Have a good day, good buddy.

  • I could just stare at the glass all day becuase of the colour!:) Mct oil is quite expensive here in the UK, Im on a tight budget and cant afford to buy it, same goes for the protein powder:(

  • I’m sure this was intentional, but jeez that thumbnail really did look like coke. And not the soda.

    Edit: I have now confirmed it was in fact intentional

  • It looks good despite the food coloring. All that milk fat and sugar in the written recipe…you are basically making unfrozen blueberry ice cream. So if you make this add about 1/2 cup of ice. Otherwise you might end up with a luke warm smoothie.

  • Blue berries are high in carbs and are not very keto friendly contrary to popular belief. 12 a cup is 11 grams of carbs which is either 1/3 or 1/2 of your daily intake limit depending on your fitness goals with keto.

  • Can I use my MCT powder instead of oil? If so will that affect the texture? I’m not planning on the protein powder because I’m good on my macros but needing something refreshing

  • can you recommend a vanilla essence that is common in Australia? i had a look today and many of them contained corn syrup or sugar cane syrup, wasn’t sure so didn’t buy.

  • probably tastes good but not healthy at all. the animal fat and cholesteral and bovine growth hormones, blood in the milk etc ruined it.

  • Guys, why everybody tries to add protein in each meal? Do you know that protein is the same bad as feeds cancer cells? We need protein a little, even once a day is enough! It is accordance to all proteins animals and plants. Vegans as well suffers of cancer God bless all of us!
    A friend of mine has suffered from breast cancer, she undergone treatments in Germany. The first thing was they completely put restriction to eat any proteins, but eat lots of fresh greens and made intro veinal vit C injections in big portions and blood fortification with oxygen blood transfusion ( that is why fresh greens goo to eat). Of course medicine was as well…
    The lady now for 6 year has rid off the cancer God bless her!
    So, please be careful with excessive of proteins.

  • It’s good!
    Though it feels like the banana toke over the whole thing and tasted it a bit too simple so I added sugar and more honey.
    I give it a 7/10!

  • Thank you. I had trouble finding a recipe without those bad bananas. Finally a BLUEBERRY smoothie recipe and not a banana smoothie recipe.

    THIS is perfect and does taste better with vanilla extract.

  • Your smoothie looks great. I’m definitely going to try it. As a smoothie expert, would love to hear what you think about my Blueberry Smoothie recipe that I just posted on my channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDUuRFCKPFI

  • Thank You For This Video! MeAnd My Mom Are In Quarantine But It’s Gone Down A Bit! We Are Making Popsicles But With Smoothies! I’m Sharing Them With My Friends! Again, Thank You For The Recipe! But We’re Gonna Add Some Things So, Here They Are: Bits Of Granola Some ExTrA Blue Berry’s! (I Love Blue Berry’s) And That’s All Have A Great Day -Some Person On YT

  • tried it loved it! added some things thoough,
    1. 2 whole bannnas
    2. 1/3 extra of yourgrt and milk
    3. extra blue berrys
    posting my vid soon (:

  • Half cup of ice if your berries aren’t frozen
    1 cup of coconut milk (or almond milk)
    1/4 cup of FROZEN blueberries
    1 scoop of UNSWEETENED protein powder
    1 Tablespoon of MCT oil (IF adapted to keto, if not use only 1 teaspoon) C8 or C10 are both fine.

    Throw everything into blender
    Consume.

    Trying this recipe, but hate having to rewatch it to get the list, hope this helps others.

  • Hi Robin thanks for posting this video on the smoothie I’m sippin it now as we speak and I love it great video thank you very much
    Ken

  • Thanks Dave! I love making smoothies with berries. I freeze the blueberries and don’t use ice cubes. Can add a banana, a little cinnamon, ginger lemon tea (no milk), for variety.

  • I love this recipe! I just got my own Nutribullet & made this. I also added kale to the shake and it is soooo good! Thank you for uploading this video

  • He was so sad at 2:41 that he picked up the vitamix drank nothing put it back on the table, then pulled a ZA WARUDO at us and drank it when no one was watching.

  • Hey Rockin Robin Cooks. I just saw this video and love the creativity you have with ingredients in your blueberry smoothie. I’m definitely going to try this recipe this week. Btw, I think your kitchen is beautiful! I’m actually premiering my famous Blueberry Smoothie recipe later today on my channel and I’d love to hear what you think about it or any advice you have for a novice youtuber. Here’s the link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDUuRFCKPFI

  • hey nearly the same i make……. at least the chia banana……. and blueberry…. but i use milkalmond and normal and no water……… no spiceys but……vanille proteins.(for more protein).. and alga powder…(for more minerals) the nuts is a nice idea……u can also add wheat germ.. or ricemilk soya…… i mostly mix to milks and look that one of it is sweet. and the good its really yummy… ps almond and cashwe are close only different big one almond got more calcium iron and zink… and cashew more magnesium

  • Low fat milk is very carcenogenic. Our bodies need the fat anyway, you cant use fat soluble vitamins A D E && K  without the fat. WHOLE milk is the way to go. 

  • why false advertisement? Its an unnatural color for blueberries, only wish blueberries were actually blue when blended.. prob the one reason why I came to this vid.

  • Hi Dave. Look so good for this time: summer. It’s very hot over here, about 2 weeks ago…I think the weather was same in Canada now? No rain around here…Thanks…I will do this kink tomorrow with strawberry…

  • Hi Dave, I wanted to make this smoothie but I had no blueberries, so decided to use the raspberries which I had in the fridge….guess what, superb!!! Next time I’ll use blueberries. Thanx������������

  • My little brother wants a blueberry smoothie but we dont have yogurt or nutmeg,so can we just put blueberries vanilla yogurt and vanilla extract and milk??

  • Two cups frozen Blueberries, fresh orange juice of two big oranges (or two cups unsweetened ones if you don’t want to juice), three cups vanilla or blueberry yogurt (don’t bother with the plain one, you’re just gonna have to add more sugar), and honey to taste (make sure to add to a bit of warm water to dissolve first).
    It’s quite sour but each flavors of all of the ingredients come through quite nicely, and most importantly less processed sugar.

  • Freeze your bananas before blending them. Game. Changer.
    Never use ice or water… only frozen fruit and juice bases. You’re welcome.

  • I don’t understand how it’s healthy when you just put a shit ton of sugar in the damn smoothie don’t take this personal but that’s not a healthy smoothie when you put sugar in it. Sorry but thumbs down. ��

  • When I construct my blueberry smoothies: I use 1 cup soy milk. 1 ripe banana. 1 cup frozen blueberries & tbl.spoon of honey. Almost similar to you’re recipe minus the seeds. I would like to start adding cinnamon for an extra kick. Unfortunately I have to omit the seeds because of an aging diverticulitis issue. That won’t make or break the recipe will it? You say you use a handful of raw unsalted cashews? I can handle that, if they’re ground right. Thanx…

  • when I did this smoothie, it was the same color as his! maybe just a better market of blueberries lol Idk how else everyone got purple

  • U should add honey or agave nectar for an alternative of sugar and instead of using whole milk use almond milk it taste good still especially if ur trying to diet and add vanilla protein if u don’t want vanilla extract it probably be better for weight loss as well but u don’t hav to listen to me I u don’t want so yeah ��

  • Exactly what I do, except no ice cubes, just peel nana and put in freezer with berries in separate bag, and it works way better,……..

  • Your video is hilarious. Especially like your facial expressions when drinking with the straw! Would love to hear what you think about my Blueberry Smoothie recipe. Here’s a link to my video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kDUuRFCKPFI

  • Unless it’s organic, all white sugar has GMO in it which is NOT healthy.  Why would you go to the trouble of making a smoothie & trying to be healthy, just to add a horrible substance like Sugar.  How about some raw honey?!  And Blueberries are PURPLE, not blue You HAD to add Blue Food Coloring which is a whole other discussion on NOT HEALTHY. And did I hear you say Low Fat yogurt?!  Yikes!  Don’t watch this fraud if you are trying to make healthy changes!!!  Watch people associated with or members of Weston Price Foundation