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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  1. Reply Emileo March 30, 2010

    I like it because it is yummy

  2. Reply Anonymous June 15, 2010

    Looks sooo good!

  3. Reply Anonymous September 27, 2010

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

  4. Reply Anonymous January 12, 2011

    so…”unthawed” blueberries? or frozen blueberries?

    • Reply Blender Man January 15, 2011

      Frozen blueberries. Sorry.,

  5. Reply Anonymous March 21, 2011

    awesome recipe!

  6. Reply Anonymous April 11, 2011

    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 :)

  7. Reply TrolledU August 28, 2011

    Sounds yummy! :D

  8. Reply Kelly September 1, 2011

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

    • Reply Blender Man September 8, 2011

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

  9. Reply LATESSA November 14, 2011


  10. Reply REPQNZ November 18, 2011

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

  11. Reply smoothieQ#6 December 31, 2011

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

  12. Reply smoothieQ#6 December 31, 2011

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

  13. Reply Jessica March 29, 2012

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

  14. Reply SmoothieMAn April 30, 2012

    How much does this make?

    • Reply Blender Man April 30, 2012

      This makes about 16 ounces.

  15. Reply gaea May 10, 2012

    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?

  16. Reply Nicole June 11, 2012

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

    • Reply Blender Man June 14, 2012

      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.

  17. Reply Haley June 18, 2012

    Can you use peach yogurt instead.

    • Reply Blender Man June 18, 2012

      @Haley, yes you can use yogurt.

  18. Reply Anonymous June 18, 2012

    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.

  19. Reply Holic_916 June 25, 2012

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

  20. Reply Yepitsme June 30, 2012

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

    • Reply Blender Man July 6, 2012

      I thought it was superb and sublime.

  21. Reply hey June 30, 2012

    Are you supposed to blend this?

    • Reply Blender Man July 6, 2012

      You blend all the smoothies on this site.

  22. Reply Kevin July 1, 2012

    Omg its delicious and SUPER HEALTHY

  23. Reply Rae July 16, 2012

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

    • Reply Anonymous March 22, 2013

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

  24. Reply emily July 18, 2012

    that was really good!!

  25. Reply aroura August 2, 2012

    Awsome recipe !!! Thank you!!

  26. Reply josh August 5, 2012

    Seems like an insane amount of sugar, 57 grams?

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