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Blueberry Smoothie

First posted in Jun 2010, updated in Jan 2017.

I love blueberry season, where our supermarkets will be well stocked with cheap and fresh blueberries. With the prices falling to S$2 per punnet, I have been having home-made blueberry smoothie for the past week.

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The drink is chunky and filling on its own because of the yoghurt and milk. It makes for a light and healthy breakfast, or an anytime refreshing drink.

Blueberry Smoothie Recipe
Just four ingredients – blueberries, plain or greek yoghurt, honey or maple syrup (affiliate link from iherb.com) and fresh milk.

Blueberry Smoothie Recipe
It’s really easy to make – just put all the ingredients inside a blender for a few seconds. You want to serve it immediately because the drink will oxidize and lose its vibrant purple hue when exposed to air for too long.

Blueberry Smoothie Recipe

34 comments on “Blueberry Smoothie”

  1. I have blueberry smoothie every morning and substituted the milk for almond milk.

  2. That looks really yummy. I might have to try making this one day! :D

  3. Wow. Nice drink! I like u matching with all the purples. The combination is great!

  4. It is berry and cherry season in the US…Yessss! Peaches and plums too….I had my share before I came back. You know me – fresh berries usually cannot last for me to make smoothies as such. Maybe I can try frozen berries for shakes and smoothies and keep the fresh ones to send straight into my stomach. Heh heh….

    I like that those bits in your smoothie :)

    • oh you’re back already! so fast! and lucky you. yes good idea to freeze them … maybe I should start freezing some blueberries for muffins :)

  5. It’s great when blueberries are cheap. We tend to buy a lot when they are on sale.

  6. A favourite smoothie of mine.

  7. I bought a few punnets from NTUC too! But we ate it on it’s own as I’m too lazy to prepare them in other ways.

  8. Those smoothies looks so refreshing!

  9. How I wish it was blueberry season in Sydney – they are prohibitively expensive now. Could I use frozen berries for this?

    • Yes you can! come December, when it’s winter in US, Australia will be filled with summer produce like these blueberries :)

  10. Definitely a great breakfast pick me up drink. Guess what, I still have loads of blueberries from the last season (haha)! So I won’t be buying any this time round that’s for sure.

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