My mom has been visiting and I made this for breakfast for the two of us. We both thought it was very delicious. Had a great berry flavor, as well as being thick and creamy--just what we like in a smoothie. Made a very filling and tasty breakfast. Thank you for sharing this.
This was a great tasting treat! However, we both thought that for us personally it was a better mid-morning meal supplement than an actual breakfast (we decided we didn't prefer frozen first thing in morning). The one substitute I used was a frozen berry meddly with four berries instead of the two. Yummy!
This is too good to be true. A MUST try!! You will want to make it again and again!
Good! I made a couple of minor changes. Used 3/4 c vanilla Greek yogurt and 1 1/4 c milk. Reduced honey to 2T though 3T would have been good, too, and not overly sweet. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
One of the best smoothie recipes I've tried in a long time. Have also made it with strawberries & blueberries in place of the raspberries and blackberries. Also I throw in a banana from time to time. I do not like bananas and the taste was wonderfully masked, so you get the nutrients w/o the taste, and it helps thicken the drink a bit. Don't recommend going without the orange zest--it is really what sets this recipe apart and gives it a great zing!
I had my doubts but this came out VERY tasty! It seems to be missing ice, but it thickened up after I added several ice cubes. I also added a banana because, well, I love bananas. I'll definitely make this again.
I really loved the orange zest and cinnamon, thanks!
Delicious! The vanilla, cinnamon and orange gave this some added zing. I cut the honey to 1 tablespoon, and used sugar-free yogurt to make it more diabetic friendly. My frozen berries also had a few blueberries mixed in. Very easy mid-morning snack! Thanks for posting this keeper.
Yum! I didn't have any fresh oranges, so I subsituted about 1 T. of frozen orange concentrate for the zest, it was delicious!