Our Favorite Blueberry Smoothie 5 Ingredients! !

Our Favorite Blueberry Smoothie 5 Ingredients! !

This delicious yogurt and flaxseed blueberry smoothie is a new favorite. It’s easy and done in minutes!

We love smoothies and are so glad we tried this blueberry version. Add a plate of scrambled eggs, fluffy French toast, and bacon to make it a hearty breakfast!

Our Favorite Blueberry Smoothie!

Stephen Poplawski’s love of mixing things eventually led to the invention of the mixer in 1922. Boy, I’m so glad he invented it because we use our blender almost every day!

Lately, we’ve been drinking smoothies (yes, trying to eat healthier), so we’ve been mixing everything up!

We usually choose strawberries when making smoothies, but opted for the blueberry version and it’s a new favorite!

Not only is this blueberry smoothie recipe delicious, it only takes a minute to make. Quick, delicious, nutrient-dense (vitamin C, vitamin A, etc.) and low in calories—what’s not to love? !

Lo, me and the kids declared this our favorite blueberry smoothie. So delicious and a great breakfast or snack.

How to Make a Blueberry Smoothie

The ingredients are simple, the instructions are even easier!

There are only five blueberry smoothie ingredients:

  • banana
  • skim milk (or almond milk)
  • yogurt (we used fat free vanilla yogurt, but greek yogurt will work too)
  • flaxseed meal
  • Blueberries (fresh or frozen blueberries will work)

Prepare. Cut your bananas into small pieces.

mix. Add ingredients to blender and blend for 5-10 seconds, until smooth. Gradually add blueberries while mixing on low speed. Increase speed and mix until desired consistency and creaminess is achieved.


There are so many ways to make your own and make alternatives, that’s the beauty of smoothies.

Sweetness: If you want your smoothie to taste a little sweeter, you can make a few changes:

  • You can add a little stevia or even a little sugar and vanilla
  • Add a fruit that is naturally sweet like pineapple

Dairy/Calcium: You can also make any substitute you like, such as milk or yogurt used. Coconut and almond milk are great substitutes, and Greek yogurt is even another favorite yogurt flavor.

Replenish: Feel free to add anything else you like. Spinach is a great addition for extra vitamins. You can also add: honey, hemp seeds, chia seeds or whatever you like.

Protein powder can also be added if desired.

Healthy fats to add include: avocados and nut butters (like almond butter or natural peanut butter).

Nutrition + Tips

Looking for flaxseed meal Online or any health food store like Whole Foods, Sprouts or Trader Joes.

ground flax seeds before use, If you buy regular flaxseed, but flaxseed meal is pre-ground.

flaxseed Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, it inhibits tumor growth, has antioxidant properties, and is high in fiber. It also contains a good amount of vitamins, minerals and some protein.

Flaxseeds have been around for centuries, but have recently resurfaced as a popular health food. They help lower cholesterol and control blood sugar.

Unlike some fruits, size is not a good indicator to judge whether Blueberries are ripe and sweet. If you are using fresh blueberries in this recipe, I recommend looking for dark purple or blue-black berries.

If the berries are red, they’re not ripe enough, and if they’re shrinking or softening, they’re probably forming.


Can you make it ahead of time? yes – right there prepare ingredients. Wash, slice and divide the fruit into sized portions and place them in a Ziploc bag in the refrigerator.

Freeze yogurt in ice cube trays. It’s best to add ice and juice to a smoothie before mixing.

Once your ingredients are prepared like this, you can take them straight from the refrigerator into the blender! As you know – the variations of smoothies are endless!

How to store leftovers? Add a little lemon juice or Sure Fresh so the smoothie doesn’t brown. If there is a little room at the top of the container, cut a piece of plastic wrap and place it directly on top of the smoothie.

12 hours in the refrigerator or up to 3 months in the refrigerator.

For more smoothie recipes, check out:

Course breakfast, drinks

American food

Prep time 5 minutes

Cook time 5 minutes

Total time 10 minutes

Serving Size 2

Calories 231 kcal

by Lil’ Luna

  • 1 frozen banana thawed for 10-15 minutes
  • 1/2 cup skim milk
  • 1 cup fat-free vanilla yogurt
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons flaxseed meal
  • 2/3 cup frozen blueberries
  • Cut your bananas into small pieces. Add banana, milk, yogurt and flaxseed meal to blender. Blend for 5-10 seconds until smooth.

  • Gradually add blueberries while mixing on low speed. Increase speed and mix until desired consistency is achieved.

Recipe from old church cookbook.

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