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Blueberry & Strawberry Smoothie

strawberry-blueberriesThis smoothie recipe has a little bit of a lot of things. Almost could have been named the Everything Smoothie Recipe. Gathering ingredients for large smoothies can be difficult, but when you experience the combination of flavors from a winning meld of flavors you may just find the recipe was worth the work and the taste. You will also notice most of the ingredients are frozen which means you can eliminate the ice cubes if you desire or just add 1/4 cup of water instead.


  • 1 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 cup frozen strawberries, unsweetened
  • 1 cup pineapple and orange juice blend
  • 1 cup fat-free plain vanilla yogurt
  • 2 teaspoons sugar or sugar substitute such as Splenda.
  • 6 ice cubes


Place the blueberries, strawberries, juice, yogurt and sugar into the container of a blender. Process until smooth. Add the ice cubes, and blend until small enough to fit through a straw, but large enough to crunch on. Pour into glasses, and drink through straws.

    • Megan
    • September 10, 2010

    I am going to try the smoothie in a minute hope it is good! oh darn can’t don’t have all ingredents :(

    • Lauren
    • October 6, 2010

    I dont like it.

    • McKenna
    • October 20, 2010

    Do you have this recipe but without all the unsweetened and sugar substitute part? How can I make it so that it tastes more natural?

    • Ben
    • November 9, 2010

    Rather then using a pineapple and orange blend I just used orange juice and it tasted fantastic.

    • kay
    • February 18, 2011

    how does this tste?
    and i need to serve 30 students.
    so, how much stuff do i need?

      • Blender Man
      • February 19, 2011

      @kay – I would say this safely serves 2 – 3 servings, so decide if you want larger or smaller servings and the multiply that times 30. If you feel you want larger servings then decide this will serve 2 servings so you would need to multiply everything by 15 to serve 30 people.

    • M. Kato
    • March 5, 2011

    It’s ‘so’ easy! I made this with a (small) 4.4 oz pkg of blueberries & 1/3 (all that was left) of a 16 oz pkg of strawberries. I added a bit more ice 8-10 smallish ice cubes with an 8 oz. Greek style peach flavored yoplait. I nearly forgot the sweetner, but (2) pink packets were just right.
    Since my wife isn’t crazy over OJ (..and w/no pineapple juice in the house), I skipped the juice.

    We each loved the 2 generous servings it yielded!
    Thank you, thank you, and (in case you have any doubts) Thank YOU! :)

    • Adam
    • May 14, 2011

    could I use lime juice instead?

      • Blender Man
      • May 15, 2011

      @Adam, yes you can use lime juice. Smoothies are single best type of recipes to experiment with. Let us know how the lime tastes.

    • Alllzzzz
    • June 11, 2011

    hey i tried this but i skipped yoghurt and added orange juice….it tastes yummy. one more thing i found out with this was that i kept the leftover in refrigerator and the smoothie or juice as u cud say became firm like jelly…..

    • Lojeada
    • July 1, 2011

    I make my smoothies with strawberry, blueberry, water and honey. It tastes pretty good!

    • Lojeada
    • July 1, 2011

    …oops, forgot Vanilla Yogurt too.

    • Anonymous
    • January 19, 2012

    You can use honey as a substitute for the sugar. It tastes just as good if not better

      • Blender Man
      • January 19, 2012

      I like Stevia as a sweetner. No side effects and natural.

    • Anonymus123
    • June 30, 2012

    I love this! A bit thin though. It may have been because I blended it for a while. Also I used Sunny D instead of pinapple and orange juice. The Sunny D was a bit overpowering but still it is great. Also very sweet so if you want sweet this is for you!

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