Blueberry Banana Smoothie


Sweet blueberries with the creamy smooth taste of banana, what could be better? Try adding some cinnamon as garnish.

Blueberry Banana Smoothie

Blueberry Banana Smoothie Recipe


  • 1 ripe medium banana
  • 3/4 cup fresh or frozen blueberries
  • 1/4 cup nonfat vanilla yogurt
  • 3/4 cup skim milk
  • pinch of cinnamon (if desired)
  • 1/2 cup of crushed ice

Combine all of the ingredients in a blender and puree until smooth. Image source

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  1. Reply holly July 10, 2008

    How many servings does this Blueberry Banana Smoothie serve.

  2. Reply byronshell July 14, 2008

    This smoothie recipe is one serving size.

  3. Reply Josh July 24, 2008

    this is delicious but it is only one serving size

  4. Reply kate September 25, 2008

    how many grams of fat, carbs and sugar???

  5. Reply byronshell September 27, 2008

    Sorry, but I don’t calculate those. You can look up each ingredient and add them up yourself. I would be happy to post any findings.

  6. Reply Vera March 8, 2009

    Can we use full fat yougurt and milk to make it a little healthier?

    • Reply Blender Man March 9, 2009

      I don’t think adding full fat yogurt makes it healthier, better tasting maybe.

  7. Reply Denise September 6, 2009

    this is great i didn’t put in yogurt, it still tastes great. Thanks

  8. Reply sierra March 3, 2010

    how many servings does this recipe serve

  9. Reply Blender Man March 6, 2010

    This would be 2 servings, but one serving if you really like it.

  10. Reply Zach June 9, 2010

    I do one banana with one cup of wild blueberries. One cup of Nonfat yogurt and a splash or two of milk. No worries about the nutritional content because nothing in it is bad for you. Drink first thing in the morning for optimal usage.

  11. Reply Faith from Passion July 25, 2010

    You can use frozen blueberries, then omit the ice – and it was nice with semi skimmed milk and no yoghurt (very simple, just 3 ingredients). Yummy!

  12. Reply nik September 6, 2010

    Zach on June 9th, 2010 4:06 pm

    I do one banana with one cup of wild blueberries. One cup of Nonfat yogurt and a splash or two of milk. No worries about the nutritional content because nothing in it is bad for you. Drink first thing in the morning for optimal usage.

    milk is bad for you

  13. Reply Rob December 3, 2010

    Yup, milk is bad. Think about it; humans are the only creature to continue drinking milk beyond our weening period and we’re the only creature that drinks another creature’s milk … odd. That in itself should be enough to raise some questions… mmmmm smooth!

  14. Reply Jake February 13, 2011

    cats and dogs drink milk…

  15. Reply JaimeLynn March 4, 2011

    Very simple, easy to make… and AMAZING! I don’t have a blender, so I used a food processor. It worked just fine (just a little louder than a blender) and I had a large tumbler full of smoothie in no time. :)

  16. Reply helena March 11, 2011

    does anyone know how many calories are in this shake?

  17. Reply Greg April 9, 2011

    I made mine with almond milk (I use almond milk for a healthy alternative to regular milk. Only 35 calories per cup and has tons of vitamins). Tasted great.

  18. Reply Ava April 12, 2011

    Thank you so much! Very simple and very tasty! I used Vanilla Soy Milk and it was insane. Deliciousssss

  19. Reply Kara May 18, 2011


  20. Reply Steven neff June 16, 2011

    Did anyone elses poop turn blue after trying this shake?

  21. Reply Alison June 28, 2011

    steven, yes.

  22. Reply 7oryt March 12, 2012

    this smoothies are awesome! do you guys love them as much as I do!?

  23. Reply James April 30, 2012

    One scoop of whey protein powder
    one banana
    one half cup blueberries
    one teaspoon cinnamon powder
    one tablespoon wheatgerm
    3/4 cup skim milk

    Blend and drink every morning

  24. Reply Monika June 29, 2012

    Hey James
    Do u know where I can buy that wheatgerm?
    I live in Perth Australia

  25. Reply abby July 5, 2012

    furit makes it better

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