Blueberry breakfast smoothie recipe

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Wondering what to eat for breakfast? Give this deliciously creamy blueberry breakfast smoothie a try!

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IngredientsServes: 1

  • 150g fresh blueberries
  • 100g Greek yogurt
  • 4 tablespoons orange juice
  • 1 tablespoon sugar, or less to taste
  • 1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 pinch ground cinnamon, or to taste
  • 3 ice cubes

MethodPrep:15min ›Ready in:15min

  1. Blend blueberries, yogurt, orange juice, sugar, vanilla extract and cinnamon together in a blender on low speed for 30 seconds; increase speed to high and blend until smooth, about 2 minutes. Add ice and blend on high until smooth, about 1 minute more.

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Reviews in English (39)

by LilSnoo

I really enjoyed this smoothie, and made it 3 mornings in a row to use up my blueberries. I think you could easily use frozen blueberries and skip the ice. I used Oikos nonfat Greek yogurt. For the OJ, I used Tropicana Trop 50 (low cal/low sugar) and I only used 1tsp of sugar instead of 1tbsp (I don't like my smoothies too sweet). This ended up being 188 cals instead of 295 cals, with these ingredients and the reduced sugar. The vanilla was a nice touch, and I might even increase it to 1/2 tsp. Very versatile and healthy! Thanks Lisa Marie for sharing!-26 May 2015

by Deb C

Forget the breakfast part, I’m going to be drinking this morning, noon and night. This was excellent. The only change I made was to eliminate the sugar and use honey instead, and use two ice cubes. This is a keeper!-20 Jul 2015

by thefray777

Add more orange juice than the recipe says, it was too thick and needed a little more sweetness.I doubled the recipe to make it for 2 & substituted 1 cup of strawberries in for 1 of the cups of blueberries and it was great-26 Jun 2015

Blueberry Spinach Breakfast Smoothie

Start your day with this healthy smoothie and get in some greens, fruit, oats, and protein-rich Greek yogurt first thing! This Blueberry Spinach Breakfast Smoothie is packed with superfoods and perfect for busy mornings! It makes a yummy and healthy breakfast for kids or adults!

Now that the weather is starting to warm up, we are making more smoothies for breakfasts and snacks. What is it about a smoothie that can brighten your mood? Especially kids. When someone’s cranky, all it takes is mention of a smoothie for a snack and smiles appear.

I have quite a few smoothie recipes on this website, and I make most of them pretty consistently. This Blueberry Spinach Breakfast Smoothie is my 6-year-old’s favorite, as he loves blueberry smoothies best. I don’t think he even realizes that there is spinach in this healthy oatmeal smoothie!

This Blueberry Spinach Breakfast Smoothie is quick enough for you to make for weekday breakfasts. All you need to do is add everything to your blender and blend until smooth. It takes 5 minutes, tops!

Blueberry Wellness Smoothie with Apple Cider Vinegar & Everyday Superfoods

Apple cider vinegar trended a bit a decade or so ago, but it’s enjoying a resurgence. This mother of healthy vinegars touts quite a few potential benefits. Research shows it may help shed harmful bacteria, aid weight loss, and reduce blood levels. Countless anecdotal cases also purport it as a “cure” for digestive issues like GERD. And of course, some people just like the lightly sweet and very tangy taste it lends to recipes.

This recipe uses a unique rice vinegar and apple cider vinegar blend that is lightly sweetened. You can substitute plain old apple cider vinegar – preferably in glass bottles and always with “the mother” (it should use this term on the bottle). We suggest just 1 tablespoon if using straight ACV, but you can use a full 2 tablespoons if you like the taste.

This Blueberry Wellness Smoothie recipe with photo was shared with us by Marukan.

This Blueberry Breakfast Smoothie is:

  • so quick and easy to make
  • made from only five simple ingredients
  • FULL of flavour
  • healthy and nutritious
  • spiced with a hint of cinnamon
  • perfect for a quick breakfast or snack

Can I make this smoothie and keep it in the fridge overnight? Fresh is always best, but you can keep this smoothie in the fridge, covered tightly, overnight ready for the next morning. If separation occurs, simply stir and enjoy.

Can I freeze this blueberry smoothie? Yes! Pour the smoothies into freezer-safe mason jars, and keep them in the freezer for up to 3 months. The night before you plan to have a smoothie, place a jar in the fridge to allow to defrost overnight. Smoothies for daaaaays.

If you try this recipe, let us know! Leave a comment, rate it, and don&rsquot forget to tag me on Instagram and hashtag it #marshasbakingaddiction. I&rsquod love to see!

A delicious protein packet smoothie great for breakfast or post workout.


  • 1 cup Almond Milk
  • 1 cup Frozen Blueberries
  • 1/2 cup Oats
  • 1 handful Baby Spinach
  • 1 tsp Cinnamon
  • 1/2 scoop Vanilla Whey Protein Powder
  • 5 Ice Cubes


Place all of the ingredients into your blender and blitz!

We really hope you enjoy this blueberry oat smoothie recipe. For more recipes like these 8 delicious smoothie recipes here, all packed with protein to aid your health and fitness goals.

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4 Anti-Inflammatory Breakfast Smoothie Recipes Doctors Swear By For A Flat Stomach

It’s no secret that there isn’t always time to make a full complete breakfast meal in the morning. Luckily, there are easy ways to prep a quick breakfast that’ll satisfy your appetite while on-the-go. Shakes and smoothies are not only simple to make, they can even be meal prepped the night before a busy morning. Smoothies also make it so easy to stick to a healthy diet while on a weight loss journey.

We’ve gathered some great anti-inflammatory breakfast smoothie recipes that doctors and other health experts swear by for weight loss results. From fruity to vegetable flavors, we’ve got plenty of options for you to try out this week!

Blueberry smoothies make for both a healthy and delicious smoothie. According to WebMD, blueberries are a beneficial fruit that contain anti-inflammatory properties. If you want to try a blueberry smoothie for yourself then we recommend this Anti-Inflammatory Blueberry Smoothie recipe from Lemons + Zest. The recommended ingredients for this recipe include blueberries, frozen bananas, spinach or leafy greens, almond butter, almond milk, cinnamon, cayenne, and maca powder.

Another great fruity anti-inflammatory smoothie flavor is pineapple. According to Dr. Josh Axe, pineapple contains an enzyme called bromelain which has anti-inflammatory agents. To get all of the best nutrients from the juicy pineapple fruit we suggest trying this Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Pineapple Smoothie recipe from Wicked Spatula. The yummy smoothie recipe can be prepared in about five minutes and only requires six ingredients.

Now, let&rsquos move on from fruity smoothies and let&rsquos turn to vegetable flavors. Health expert Dr. Branko Prpa says that carrots can help reduce inflammation. &ldquoLike many &lsquodeep-colored&rsquo vegetables, carrots possess a ton of nutrients that can help fight inflammation and chronic back pain,&rdquo Prpa says. &ldquoTry adding chopped carrots to your salad or snacking on baby carrots.&rdquo We recommend even using carrots as an ingredient in a smoothie, just like this Carrot Ginger Smoothie recipe from The Roasted Root calls for.

Another perfect anti-inflammatory vegetable to add to smoothies is either kale or spinach. According to Harvard Health, both kale and spinach have anti-inflammatory properties. If you&rsquore dying to get all of your greens in then we recommend this super easy Glowing Goddess Green Detox Smoothie from Food Fit For Life. Your taste buds will seriously thank you, and not to mention, how cute is that recipe name?!

It&rsquos time to finally quench your thirst and try out one (or all) of these amazing anti-inflammatory smoothie recipes ASAP. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below!

Can I Use a Different Kind of Tofu To Make This Blueberry Smoothie?

We recommend you use silken tofu since it will blend better and make things creamier.
Other tofu such as firm tofu, will be harder to blend completely unless of course, you are using a really powerful blender such as Vitamix.

Does the smoothie taste like tofu?

The answer is no. it tastes sweet, blueberry-banana-ish. You will never notice the tofu in there.
Why tofu you may wonder? – well, some people just don’t like using protein powders, or such. So we thought to create a recipe using other ingredients to boost the protein in the smoothie.

Why not try some of our other quick refreshing smoothie recipes?

We hope you like this Easy Protein Blueberry Smoothie recipe! Any thoughts, or things you have tried that work better, feel free to drop us a comment below. We are here to learn, just like you.

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What to put in a blueberry smoothie?

Aside from blueberries, you can add other berries. Banana gives that thick texture but you can replace banana with pumpkin, melon, avocado or sweet potato. As this is a blueberry smoothie, I wouldn’t mix blueberries with pumpkin or sweet potatoes but avocado and melon have a more neutral flavor.

Chia seeds or ground flaxseed are always in a smoothie. You don’t need to use both. A few almonds or cashews don’t change the flavor of this blueberry smoothie but they definitely add some calories. You need something to keep you full for a few hours.

If you have a smoothie for breakfast, you need oats as well. A source of fiber is necessary to keep you full until lunch. On the other hand, if you want a low calorie smoothie, as a snack, no need to use oats.

Finally, you need a liquid ingredient. Yogurt is the best option to use in breakfast smoothies but you can use both milk and yogurt. I wouldn’t use milk only because yogurt is better for the gut. If you are on a dairy free diet, you can use oat yogurt or oat milk.

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    Four Ingredient Simple Blueberry Smoothie

    • Author: Jessianna Saville, RDN, Renal Nutrition Specialist
    • Prep Time: 5 mins
    • Cook Time: 5 min
    • Total Time: 5 mins
    • Yield: 1 1 x


    Low potassium beverage recipe that is simple and refreshing.


    • 1/4 cup frozen blueberries
    • 1 cup rice milk
    • 1 teaspoon honey or sugar substitute (like Stevia)
    • 1 sprig fresh mint
    • Ice cubes (optional depending on desired thickness)


    1. Puree the blueberries, rice milk, honey, mint, and extra ice (if using) in a blender. Serve in a tall glass.


    Protein powder and/or unflavored fiber could be excellent additions to this. The flavor of this is fairly delicate (more like a juice than smoothie) so be conservative with quantity added.

    Keywords: renal diet recipe, low potassium recipe

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    Tag @thekidneyRD on Instagram and hashtag it #thekidneyrd

    KidneyGrub Verdict:

    This is a true can-do kidney-friendly smoothie. Period. It is refreshing, simple, and quick. A true classic. I whipped this up for breakfast in less than five minute. Truthfully, I wasn’t sure if I would like it or not. I was very much pleasantly surprised on how refreshing and satisfying this was. It is more like a juice than a smoothie since it lacks the traditional “creaminess” of a smoothie. As a light, but satisfying breakfast it really hit the spot for me. I could see this paired well with a simple piece of toast with butter.

    Notes on this recipe:

    1)This separates rather quickly. I didn’t feel like the separation impacted flavor but the drink is prettier well emulsified. If you plan to serve to friends or family, make sure to mix right before serving. This would also be great with a handful of ice added, or if you need some extra calories 1-2 tbsps of heavy cream.

    2)If you’re trying to increase protein intake (if you’re on dialysis, you could add an unflavored protein powder to this. Don’t be heavy-handed with your protein scoop as the flavor of this smoothie is fairly delicate. Too much protein powder and you’ll end up with a gritty artificial-tasting drink (blech!).

    Looking for more refreshing drinks? Check our our Raspberry Mint Limeade or Italian Lemonade!

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