Smoothies are a great way to get your fruit fix. And whenever blueberry season is in full swing, blueberry smoothie recipes are the way to go.
Need a quick, on-the-go breakfast? Looking for something healthy to give your kids before the bus arrives? Find your energy flagging around mid-day?
Blueberry smoothie recipes could be the answer to all of those problems.
They’re perfect for busy mornings or afternoon pick-me-ups.
Plus, they’re packed with antioxidants and other nutrients.
You can even throw in a scoopful of protein powder for a little extra oomph. Well, let’s get to it!
These red, white, and blueberry smoothies are perfectly patriotic! They’re a tri-colored treat that the whole family can enjoy.
They require minimal ingredients, and you sweeten them naturally with honey.
Other than that, you need milk, berries, and ice.
It’s a quick, simple recipe that anyone can make. Best of all, you don’t have to wait until July 4th or Memorial Day to serve them.
These berry-licious smoothies taste great any time of year.
You’ll love the rich purple color of this vegan smoothie. You’ll appreciate its sweet and tangy taste even more.
It’s a bright, zingy, all-natural smoothie to help you start your day off right.
It takes just 5 minutes to whip up and no special equipment other than a blender.
Try it the next time you’re looking for a drink with a lot of ‘get up and go.’
The wild blueberry muffin smoothie has the same brilliant purple color as the one above.
However, its taste is much sweeter. It’s also thicker, creamier, and a little more filling.
It has a whopping 14.6 grams of protein and is full of healthy fats. The 6.4 grams of fiber are a nice addition, too.
They go a long way towards keeping your digestive system on track.
As for the optional add-ins, I enjoy protein powder and almond extract.
The powder gives it a protein boost. The almond extract adds a depth of nutty flavor.
Experiment with all the add-ins you like. It’s your smoothie, after all!
Cold, creamy, and completely delicious.
That’s what you’ll get with the basic blueberry smoothie, though I don’t love that name.
For one thing, there’s nothing ‘basic’ about this tasty drink.
It features blueberries’ bright tanginess against the warm nuttiness of almonds.
The frozen bananas add sweetness and provide a luscious texture.
It’s rich but pretty much fabulous all the way through.
You can whip up this simple, six-ingredient smoothie in just 3 minutes.
Start with a base of your favorite vanilla milk alternative.
Then, add your frozen banana and berries, matcha powder, vanilla extract, and ice.
Blend everything until it’s smooth. It’s so easy that even a child could do it.
Plus, it has less than 100 calories per serving and tons of antioxidants.
Who can say no to that?
This sweet-n-tangy smoothie seems so decadent.
But here’s its dirty little secret: It’s loaded with things that are good for you, and I’m not just talking about the berries.
There’s spinach, yogurt, and more. It tastes so good, more like dessert than breakfast.
Even so, it’s just as nutritious as any smoothie on the list.
Here’s another indulgent smoothie that’s hiding a leafy green secret.
This one includes kale instead of spinach, but it’s still just as healthy.
And with more than 17 grams of protein, it’ll keep you full for hours.
Want an easy way to get your kids to eat more greens? Hide them in this cinnamon-enhanced blueberry smoothie.
It uses just six ingredients and takes mere minutes to make.
Want to know the best part? They’ll never know the spinach is there if you don’t tell them.
Can you ever have too many nutty, bright blueberry smoothie recipes? Not for my taste!
Here’s another excellent option, this time with chia seeds and flaxseed.
It’s vegan and gluten-free and has a remarkable purple-blue color that’s simply stunning.
You can easily make two of them in about 5 minutes.
Plus, they’ll keep in the fridge for up to 2 days.
That means you can make one for today’s breakfast and another for tomorrow’s.
The peach blueberry smoothie’s color isn’t as pretty as other options on the list. However, it tastes terrific.
It’s sweet, creamy, and decadent. However, it’s not so sweet that it weighs you down and makes you feel awful afterward.
It’s a light sweetness, perfect for spring and summer. Check it out the next time your fruit cravings are high.
Pomegranates are such fun fruits. I’m unsure if it’s the mythology reference or the bright red juice.
However, something about them makes me so excited to eat them.
Fortunately, they taste great, too, including the juice.
You make this smoothie with pomegranate juice, blueberries, and flax seeds. (Also yogurt and a banana.)
It’s sweet, tart, tangy, and 110% yummy. It’s also packed with vitamins and nutrients.
Like most of these smoothies, its bright purple color is tons of fun, too.
In the mood for something tangy and tropical? The blueberry mango smoothie is just the thing. It’s impossibly simple to make, too.
You need mangoes, blueberries, yogurt, and vanilla soy milk.
With those four things, you can have a creamy, icy cold treat that’ll get you firing on all cylinders.
Blueberries, vanilla, and cinnamon may not sound like they go together. Lucky for all of us, they do, and this smoothie is proof of that.
It’s an energy- and protein-packed smoothie that works well for any occasion.
You can enjoy it for breakfast, lunch, or a post-workout energy boost.
It’s low in fat, low in sodium, and not bad on calories.
Oatmeal is a great way to start the day. Sometimes, though, it takes too long to make and sit down to eat.
Work your daily dose of oats into your smoothie with this recipe.
It’s a 5-minute smoothie with 8 grams of fiber and 10 grams of protein. It’s easy to make and even easier to enjoy.
The oats make it even thicker and more filling than other options here. So give it a try the next time you wake up ravenous.
Brilliantly purple and full of healthy fats, this smoothie is hard to pass up.
Plus, the hemp seeds and collagen peptides add even more nutritional benefits.
The banana and avocado ensure it’s the thickest and creamiest smoothie possible.
It’s almost milkshake-level consistency, which makes it unbelievably tasty and filling.
I know! I know! Another smoothie with blueberries and oatmeal, right?
However, this one is vegan, gluten-free, and full of spinach! There’s also a dash of cinnamon for taste.
It’s a hearty, bright, tangy smoothie packed with things that are good for you.
And just like the other secretly green smoothies, no one will know if you don’t tell them.
Just let them enjoy their tasty smoothie. They don’t have to know about its benefits to reap them.
This ruby red smoothie is pure fruit, nothing else. You mix blueberries and watermelon chunks.
Toss in some ice to make it cold and slushy, and it’s ready to serve.
It’s delightfully fruity and sweet enough not to need any honey or syrup. It’s also the ideal drink for the summer months.
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