I'm a huge Jamba Juice fan but was tired of paying $5 a pop for something I could whip in a two minutes in my kitchen. This is a great alternative to their Bright Eyed and Blueberry smoothie. I use plain all natural fat free yogurt and lite soy milk, it is the breakfast of champions! Thanks so much for posting!
I always have these ingredients on hand and think this is about the best smoothie around.
This is wonderful with ingredients I usually always have on hand. I used vanilla yogurt this time. So good. Thanks for sharing.
Next time I will use fruit flavored yogurt to get more of a fruity flavor (I even halved the amounts of yogurt and milk). I froze half of the batch to see how that turns out. . .will report back this evening! MADE FOR BEVY TAG.
YAY! A smoothie that doesn't involve ice! My husband makes a version of this every morning with ice cubes, which I find to overwhelming. I used fruit-bottom peach yogurt and added flax seed and psyllium fibre to it. Fantastic taste and texture, and healthy too!
Good ratio of fruit and yogurt for me! I used frozen bluberries. I also used 1% milk and vanilla yogurt. Thanks for sharing this recipe, one I will be making again.
Delicious!!! This will definitely become a regular at my house. I substituted Silk vanilla soy due to my lactose intolerance, and added a packet of Stevia and a teaspoon of Mexican vanilla. Loved it. Thanks for sharing this recipe!
This was delicious and super easy to make. Great for breakfast! I will most definately be making this again.
A perfect breakfast for me! I'm not a big breakfast eater, so I love smoothies in the morning. I made 2 servings, and used 1/3 cup vanilla protein powder plus 1 cup of water in place of the milk. I also added 1/4 tsp. apple pectin powder and 1 Tbsp ground flax seed, which helped thicken it up since I used more liquid than called for. Loved it - thanks Mersaydees! Made and reviewed for Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap #16.
This was a great way to start out the morning. The flavor and consistency was nice. Next time I might add 1/3 of dried milk just to boost the calcium content a bit. I am on a smoothie kick lately, and this one is a keeper!