Fruit and Yogurt Smoothie Recipe
This delicious smoothie features strawberries, banana, pineapple juice, and orange juice.
Make your own fresh fruit-filled popsicles by blending assorted summer berries and sliced bananas with yogurt, then freezing the tasty mixture in small paper cups with popsicle sticks.
Kids and adults will get a hearty helping of vegetables and fruit with this recipe for a delicious berry and spinach smoothie.
I used a large frozen banana, Stacy's organic vanilla yogurt and 1/4 cup Dole strawberry-pineapple-orange juice. The kids thought this was great, though I did have to add a little more juice.
I substituted blueberries for the strawberries as I am allergic to strawberries and did not add pineapple because I am also allergic to that. I didn’t have orange juice but I had oranges so I squeezed some juice from the oranges and that worked. Over all, it was really good and I’ll be making it again soon!!!
Blend almond milk, oats, strawberries, and yogurt together to make this recipe for a fast and filling strawberry oatmeal breakfast smoothie.
The flavor of this smoothie was very appealing. I changed nothing, only adding in a few blueberries. I like that it primarily uses pineapple juice rather than orange juice, which usually makes a smoothie too tart. I would recommend using frozen fruit to make it more refreshing (but additional liquid is needed if you do that). Tip* if you use very ripe strawberries, it cancels out the need to add the sugar. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Great base recipe. I used frozen berry mix and banana and came out great. Also chose nonfat Greek yogurt for more protein. My millennial daughter doesn’t like milk/orange/pineapple, so I substituted a zero calorie vitamin water for my “liquids”. Fit her restrictions, lessened my digestive sensitivity and lowered the calorie count. Win, win, win & absolutely delicious!