This Berry Smoothie Recipe is a celebration of deliciousness made with strawberries, blueberries, and blackberries. The best mixed-berry smoothie is naturally sweetened and uses a blender to blend everything from frozen bananas to berries. Serve this berry shake for breakfast, as a snack, or even dessert!
When it’s berry season you want to amp up the berries in your diet.
And when I say “you” I mean “me too” because I’m obsessed with all things berries. I mean, look at these Blueberry Crumble Bars. 💜
So, it’s true I’m looking for all the ways to use berries in my diet. We all should be! Berries are so healthy! They’re very nutrient-dense, referring to the number of nutrients per calorie. I happen to find a smoothy a great way to get more berries in my diet.
Why This Recipe is a Winner
- Easy — This recipe keeps it simple with a small list of easy ingredients.
- Delicious — Smoothies are great for breakfast, but this one’s so good it could be dessert too!
- Colorful — Berries combined in a smoothie make for a colorful treat!
- Versatile — Use fresh or frozen berries to make this recipe any day!
What Goes in the Best Berry Smoothie?
You can make a healthy berry smoothie using your favorite berries. I like to add a frozen banana to add creamy sweetness to my easy smoothies. In addition, you can add spinach (or other healthy greens like kale or chard), for added nutrition.
For this very berry smoothie, you’ll find:
The best smoothies don’t add refined sugars, because the natural sugars from the fruit are simply enough. This frozen berry smoothie recipe is a great way of getting a lot of healthy veggie/fruity nutrients in one sitting. Normally, I add fresh greens like spinach to my smoothies, but every now and then it’s nice to show off that vibrant, berry color.
How Many Calories Are in a Mixed Berry Smoothie?
A very berry smoothie is very reasonable when it comes to calories. This recipe has less than 200 calories per serving.
If you’re drinking this as a breakfast drink or even for dessert, that’s a minimal amount of calories, particularly if you’re considering the nutritional benefits.
How to Make a Berry Smoothie
You may be asking how to make a smoothie recipe. It’s a great question. And the answer is simple: It’s easy to make smoothies!
Begin by combining all the ingredients in a blender. Allow it to sit for a moment, to allow the frozen bananas to soften slightly.
Then blend the ingredients until well combined. Check the consistency of your berry smoothie. I don’t like my berry smoothies to be too thick. If yours is, add a little more almond milk. If it’s too thin, add additional ice and pulse again.
You can add sweetener, like Stevia, Agave Nectar, Maple Syrup if necessary based on your preference for sweetness.
Let’s take a quick look at the nutrition estimates of this very berry smoothie:
- Berries are a great source of manganese
- Bananas provide fiber and potassium
- Berries provide Vitamin C
- Strawberries are a good source of folate, one of the B vitamins.
I could go on and on, but this is a convincing enough list to let you know this very berry smoothie is pretty wholesome.
Love Fruit Recipes?
If you love recipes with berries, then you’ll definitely want to try these:
- This Vegan Strawberry Shortcake recipe is so good!
- I love making this Strawberry Banana Bread as gifts
- How about these cashew cream Stuffed Strawberries — talk about healthy!
- You can even serve fresh berries with this Coconut Whipped Cream.
I also think it’s important to start my day with a martini glass. Yes, it’s true there’s no alcohol in this glass, but it contributes to another goal of mine for the year, to live life like a queen. Strawberry Smoothies and martini glasses. Something tells me it’s going to be a “berry” good day!
- 1 ½ cup frozen mixed berries
- 1 cup frozen bananas , chopped
- 2 cups unsweetened soy milk
- Combine all the ingredients in a blender. Allow it to sit for a moment, to allow the frozen bananas to soften slightly.
- Blend the ingredients until well combined. Check the consistency of your smoothie. If it's too thick, add a little more soy milk. If it's too thin, add some ice and pulse again.
- If you need it to be sweeter, add sweetener, like Stevia, Agave Nectar, Maple Syrup, if necessary based on your preference for sweetness.
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The nutrition information shown is an estimate provided by an online nutrition calculator and should not be considered a substitute for a professional nutritionist’s advice.