• For basic Blueberry Smoothie
  • Milk 1 ½ cups • 49 kcal
  • Banana 1 halved
  • frozen blueberries 1 ½ cups
  • Greek Yogurt ¾ cup plain
Calories refers to 100 gr of product

Start your day the right way with a nutritious blueberry smoothie. This blueberry breakfast smoothie recipe is ultra-creamy thanks to a generous dollop of Greek yogurt. It takes virtually no time to make. All you have to do is pop the ingredients in your blender and voila! In zero time flat, you'll have a healthy blueberry smoothie to enjoy for breakfast. A little sweet, with a luscious texture, blueberry smoothies are a fantastic way to start your day when you're short on time.

How to Make a Blueberry Smoothie

Add all of the ingredients into a blender. Blitz until frothy and totally smooth.

Serve immediately.

What to Put in a Blueberry Smoothie

You don't need to use dairy milk for this recipe – oat milk, almond milk, and other non-dairy options will be equally delicious and nutritious. You can also substitute milk for juice. Apple, orange, and mango are all tasty options. While this smoothie recipe calls for blueberries and bananas, you can customize it by adding other fresh fruits like apples, strawberries, pitted cherries, or oranges.

What are the Health Benefits of Blueberries?

Blueberries are packed with antioxidants which offer a variety of benefits like reducing the risk of heart disease, lowering cholesterol, and can potentially help protect your body from certain cancers. Plus, they taste great and are low in calories while being nutrient-dense.

Is a Breakfast Smoothie a Healthy Way to Start Your Day?

Breakfast smoothies can be healthy, but it comes down to what you put into your blender and how often you drink a smoothie. The healthiest smoothies contain a bit of everything – fruit, leafy greens like kale or spinach, a bit of protein from seeds, nuts, nut butter, or supplements, and a touch of fat. This balance of nutrients gives you a little bit of everything you need.


Add all of the ingredients into a blender. Blitz until frothy and totally smooth.

Serve immediately.


To make your breakfast smoothie even healthier, add a scoop of your preferred protein powder or a handful of kale to the blender when you're preparing it.

You can use frozen or fresh berries for this recipe.