Recipe by Michaela
"If you love blueberries, this is the smoothie for you! It's quick, easy, and enjoyable! It's a definite 'Yummy in the Tummy!'"
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1 (8 ounce) container
I really enjoyed this smoothie. I omitted the ice because I used frozen fruit, used fat free plain yogurt instead of vanilla and 1/2 scoop of protein supplement.
I couldn't believe when I typed in an ingredient search with blueberries, kiwi, and bananas, that anything would come up with that match but here it was! This was a quick and perfect way to use this fruit up before I head for home tomorrow. I didn't have any yogurt, and prefer to make drinks like this with vanilla ice ceam anyway. It really was delicious, and what an attractive color! I don't know, however, that the kiwi necessarily contributed much in flavor. Besides, kiwi is so pretty it was almost a shame to just blend it up in a smoothie. Using the ice cream it was just sweet enough, so I wonder if this might not need some sugar if using yogurt. I'm not sure I'd make a point to make these again, but in this instance, given the fruit I had on hand, it was a choice I enjoyed.
I had two kiwi's, so I threw them both in. I omitted the ice because my banana was frozen. We liked these. Next time, I'll add another form of berry.
It is delicious! I cut the yogurt in half and just used 1/2 cup and used frozen blueberries. It was so good! BTW, one reviewer complained about the Kiwi not adding any flavor but I think it adds a bit of tart and a ton of Vitamin C!
I made the recipe exactly and we did not enjoy it; not flavorful. I added a little orange juice and that didn't help. Won't make again.
I used frozen bananas and blueberries so I left out the ice cubes. It was very tasty.
In terms of ingredients, I made this exactly as is, using frozen blueberries. I tasted mostly the blueberry, which in smoothies seems to tend towards tasting like grape. I do like the blueberry ones. I have to agree that the kiwi didn't add a lot to it, but kiwi and banana both are ones I prefer to have as a more subtle flavor anyway. And purple drinks are always pretty. My only issue with this is that it's harder to mix smooth. I have to put ice in first or my blender doesn't handle it. But unless I just let the ice melt, there's no liquid at all. I just keep scraping the sides to try throwing that fruit down in the center and eventually it does mix up, and then I smoothed it out once the yogurt was added - but a bit of a hassle.
Very good! Good base recipe for other types of smoothies - we're experimenting
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Very Berry Blueberry Smoothie
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 12
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