Berry Berry Blast Smoothie


Berry Berry Blast SmoothieBerries are probably my favorite smoothie ingredients and this berry smoothie has a truckload of berries, and feel free to shove some boysenberries in here as well or substitute. You can’t go wrong combining berries in a berry smoothie.


  • 1/2 cup raspberries
  • 1/2 cup strawberries
  • 1/2 blackberries
  • 1 cup low-fat yogurt (some type of berry yogurt would be best, but plain is fine too)
  • 1/4 cup low-fat milk or 1/2 cup fat-free milk
  • 2 cups of ice

While this smoothie is heavy on berries doesn’t lack of great flavor variety. I haven’t tried it with boysenberry but I would love to hear about it. Let me know if you try it. Blend until smooth.

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  1. Reply Nikki January 4, 2009

    Berries are indeed the best!

  2. Reply John February 24, 2009

    Just don’t add the yogurt and add some more ice and it is not as thick Cheyanne. This was delicious too though.

  3. Reply baconator March 3, 2009

    delish ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥ <3333

  4. Reply becca March 17, 2009

    berries r the best fruit

  5. Reply Nathan March 25, 2009

    SOO GOOD – going to pick up more berries!!

  6. Reply bill January 21, 2010


  7. Reply Julie June 29, 2010

    Yummy! Didn’t have raspberries, so doubled up on the strawberries with the blackberries. Also used vanilla yogurt and whole milk (it was for my son). Will make this again. Thanks!

  8. Reply Rachel July 18, 2010

    I added a banana & it was very good : ) Also I use vanilla soy milk & it probably adds a little more flavor to it.

  9. Reply Anonymous December 28, 2010

    absolutleyyy gorgeous! ii haven’t actually tried it , but it soooounds niice :D xxx

  10. Reply shasta April 23, 2011

    gooooooooooood smoothies good job

  11. Reply Anonymous May 29, 2012

    how long does it take to make?

    • Reply Blender Man June 7, 2012

      Just about all smoothies take about 10 minutes from start to cleanup.

  12. Reply Christina June 21, 2012

    It was very good but it had many in seeds in it. It was great overall.

  13. Reply Emily July 22, 2012

    When I made it I thought that there was too much ice in the smoothie. In my oppinion, it would taste a lot better if there were less ice (probably 1 cup instead of 2) and more yogurt. Other than that, it was delicious! I definitely recommend this!

  14. Reply ... July 31, 2012

    One word… DISGUSTING. I followed the recipe, and it looked pretty normal but eww. Turned into a jello like consistency and tasted sickly sweet. Please don’t make this.

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