Frozen Blueberry Smoothie Recipe


I have been on a blueberry kick lately and what better way to get some blueberries in your diet than with a blueberry smoothie. Nothing complicated here, but the honey will really sweeten this smoothie. You may wish to taste before adding it in.


  • 1/2 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1/2 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt
  • 1/2 cup 1% milk
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 2-3 ice cubes (optional)

Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth or to desired consistency then serve in glasses.


  • Calories: 307
  • Total Fat: 2.9g
  • Total Carbohydrates: 59.8g
  • Fiber: 1.8g
  • Sugars: 56.7g
  • Protein: 11.8g
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  • Emileo

    I like it because it is yummy

  • Anonymous

    Looks sooo good!

  • Anonymous

    Unthawed?!? You realize that UNthawed means frozen, right?

  • Anonymous

    so…”unthawed” blueberries? or frozen blueberries?

    • Blender Man

      Frozen blueberries. Sorry.,

  • Anonymous

    awesome recipe!

  • Anonymous

    This smoothie was really good! I’m thinking of adding some whey powder and flax oil to make it more healthy. And possibly soy milk instead of regular milk, for a nice consistency. BUT it is really good just following the recipe :)

  • TrolledU

    Sounds yummy! :D

  • Kelly

    Can you substitute anything for the yogurt? I can’t eat it, and I really want to try this!

    • Blender Man

      @Kelly – You can sub in 1/2 cup sour cream OR 1/2 cup buttermilk.




    Not bad for my 1st time making a smoothie, it came out pretty good.

  • smoothieQ#6

    I was thinking about putting 1-2 strawberries in the smoothie so it would have a lil more wild-berry taste.

  • smoothieQ#6

    Mmmmmm so good with the strawberries, but the honey really hit the spot! I really reccamend the smoothie(:

  • Jessica

    Also tastes just as good if you sub the vanilla yogurt for plan fat free, and sub the milk for almond milk. Yum!

  • SmoothieMAn

    How much does this make?

    • Blender Man

      This makes about 16 ounces.

  • gaea

    hey blender man is it okay for the diet smoothies or this blueberry smoothie to be meals like a juice fast but it tastes better?

  • Nicole

    Hey blender man! Looks so easy and yummy! Would you roughly know the calories? And could it be in place of a meal?

    • Blender Man

      Calorie and nutrition information has been included. As for your question about could it be a meal? That is up to your daily calorie intake and how many meals you have.

  • Haley

    Can you use peach yogurt instead.

    • Blender Man

      @Haley, yes you can use yogurt.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t like eating or chewing spinach so I put approx cup of Minute Maid pomegranate/blueberry juice (minus the milk) and add 3-5 cups of spinach and puree it til it looks terrible. I only use approx 1/4 cup yogurt and frozen blueberries work great in lieu of ice cubes. If the spinach isn’t masked enough, add more blueberries.

  • Holic_916

    it was so good i did a backflip while screaming “Hell Yes!”

  • Yepitsme

    So I haven’t made this yet I just wanted to know how good is this smoothie ?

    • Blender Man

      I thought it was superb and sublime.

  • hey

    Are you supposed to blend this?

    • Blender Man

      You blend all the smoothies on this site.

  • Kevin

    Omg its delicious and SUPER HEALTHY

  • Rae

    If I doubled the recipe, would it make twice as much?

    • Anonymous

      Normally when you double something you would get twice as much…considering that is what it means to double something

  • emily

    that was really good!!

  • aroura

    Awsome recipe !!! Thank you!!

  • josh

    Seems like an insane amount of sugar, 57 grams?

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