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Under 30 Minutes

Banana-Blueberry Smoothie

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  • Servings: 2
Banana-Blueberry Smoothie

Source: Everyday Food, March 2005


  • 1 ripe banana
  • 1 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 cup nonfat plain yogurt


  1. In a blender, combine banana, blueberries, and yogurt.

  2. Blend on high speed until smooth. Pour into two glasses; serve immediately.


Reviews (18)

  • smoothiegal101 12 Aug, 2014

    Hi! I made this recipe but a little differently, this is what I did: I used 1 cup of frozen blueberries, same as the original. But I used vanilla yogurt instead of plain. Also, I used a frozen banana.
    Okay, so I absolutely love this smoothie! My blueberries were several years old. It was very thick for I froze the banana. So I had to use a spoon. But I love how thick it was. Very delicious! I will be making this smoothie daily. :)

  • Bad Excuse 11 Jul, 2013

    I was wondering, I cant find plain yoghurt at my home but I did find blueberry yoghurt. Will that work?

  • MairzyDozy 4 Nov, 2012

    My 5 yr old daughter and I made this today with frozen strawberries, vanilla yogurt and a banana. It was super easy to make and super delicious to share together. Thanks for the great recipe!

  • kasch 14 Mar, 2011


    I made this today and would love to make this again. I added protein powder to it. Despite it being very good, the frozen blueberries broke the base to my Kitchen Aid blender! I now don't have a blender!! And, if I do buy a new blender, I'm not sure I would make it due to my now broken blender!

  • lynne956 28 Jan, 2010

    Very good. My 2- and 3-year old like it. Added a touch of honey and 4 ice cubes to chill it a little more.

  • AquaLayla 11 Aug, 2008

    I keep a freezer bag full of frozen banana slices in the freezer ready to toss into the blender along with the blueberries and yogurt; this makes the smoothie even more cool and refreshing on a hot summer day.

  • AquaLayla 11 Aug, 2008

    This smoothie is even more refreshing if you use cut the ripe banana into one inch pieces, and store them in a ziploc freezer bag in the freezer until ready to use.

  • poohbear1125 2 May, 2008

    make a smoothie for diabetics...

  • lcbrown37 4 Mar, 2008

    I made this recipe except used frozen strawberries instead of the blueberries. It was fantastic - so good my three year old would leave his snack of cheese and crackers to drink most of mine first.

  • Katje 11 Feb, 2008

    I also add 1 cup of skim milk.

  • JACKIE2830 7 Feb, 2008

    My frequent smoothies are made the same, however, I always use frozen bananas (when overipe, peel, baggie,

  • withattitude 6 Feb, 2008

    I drink these every morning with any fruit i have in frig. Sometimes just for a quick snack.....careful they are so good you might have two of them.

  • blaukehlchen 6 Feb, 2008

    Has anyone tried this with frozen bananas? Results? Thanks.

  • dollie2 6 Feb, 2008

    Being a diabetic, this would be way too many carbs for my meal plan. Most smoothies are....

  • amywhitfield 6 Feb, 2008

    you can also add skim millk. another thing you can add is protein powder. This is usually available in vanillla.

  • bp5simp 6 Feb, 2008

    What's the nutritional breakdown.

  • Champagne 6 Feb, 2008

    And the nutritional content?

  • peggydwd 5 Feb, 2008

    breakfast smoothie

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