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Blueberry broccoli smoothie

Broccoli Blueberry Smoothie with Yogurt

Broccoli Blueberry Smoothie with Yogurt
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I have never made a smoothie with broccoli and blueberries specifically, but I have thrown in some broccoli florets when making a smoothie every now and then. Quite possibly one of my smoothies had blueberries but I don't remember for sure. I have been making a habit of adding vegetables at the last minute to many of my fruit smoothies as they provide good nutrition, aren't wasted and rarely detract from the flavor. You would be amazed at how much vegetables you can add to a fruit smoothie without your kids being any the wiser.

I did have a request for a broccoli and blueberry smoothie so I went hunting and this combination has not been tried and published that often. In fact, this is the only one I could find on the livestrong website. Please provide any links or your own recipe in the comments below. I'd love to add more to the site. In the meantime, try this one or start tossing in few broccoli florets to any smoothie you are making.



1 cup of frozen blueberries
1/2 cup of steamed broccoli
1 cup of 100 percent cranberry juice
1/2 cup of low-fat plain yogurt


8 Mins
2 Mins
Ready In
10 Mins

  1. Blend and combine to make 1 smoothie. Add strawberries or blackberries for an additional burst of nutrition.
    • Rene
    • May 1, 2011

    I tried adding raw broccoli – yuck. Maybe this will be better.

    • Celynn Erasmus
    • May 12, 2011

    Broccoli Blueberry Smoothie this is new recipes I will try to make this.

    • Tony Malone
    • May 17, 2011

    Just made this one, infact its my first try at a smoothie, and its very very nice.

    • Marcy
    • May 31, 2011

    Earlier Rene commented that she tried raw broccoli and it was “yuck”. Do you always steam the broccoli for all the smoothies you make?

    • Jack
    • August 1, 2011

    Although my broccoli is usually frozen because it keeps longer, broccoli is both healthiest and best tasting when fresh and raw. I would never even think of steaming it before putting it in my smoothie. In my humble opinion, two solid ingredients is pretty light. I myself prefer to mix in whole cranberries as well as some banana and/or avocado if you want a smoother texture. Yogurt is also great and if you don’t have many other solid ingredients strawberry banana really helps balance the veggie taste.

    If anyone has serious antioxidant fruit/veggie smoothie recipes or ideas shoot me an email.

    • Banana
    • October 11, 2011

    Not bad! Although I tweaked some of the ingredients. I didnt have Cranberry Juice so I used V8 Strawberry -Kiwi and instead of plain yogurt I used Vanilla Greek yogurt (didnt like the vanilla flavor in this smoothie). Overall, not bad.

    • Terry
    • January 18, 2012

    I put broccoli, carrot, oatmeal, yougurt, honey, celery stalk, blue berries, mixed fruit, banana and a little OJ

    • Eattingbetter
    • July 10, 2012

    Today I made my first veggies / fruit smoothie. Fatfree vanilla yogurt oj, strawberries,blueberries and 1/3 head of broccoli. I blended it in my ninja and it was very seedy and taste a lot like broccoli… I am trying to eat better but I need the food to taste good. Help!!!

    • jjj
    • September 23, 2012

    Terry, is oatmeal good in a smoothie??
    If it were me I would have had just oatmeal and a smoothie..
    Anyway, not sure I’m gonna try the broccoli smoothie, it just doesn’t sound good. Gonna stick with kale and spinach, and maybe avocado sometimes, although it does seem a shame to put a nice avocado in a smoothie…

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