Total Time
Prep 2 mins
Cook 0 mins

Just a simple smoothie, with lots of antioxidants and probiotics. You can up the yum factor by sprinkling some cinnamon, flax, or adding a squirt of honey on the top! Pair it with a piece of toast and you're set until lunchtime! Also, you get a full serving of milk products and fruit!

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 34 cup kefir (plain)
  • 12 cup frozen wild blueberries


  1. Place kefir and blueberries in a blender or Magic Bullet. Whirl around for less than a minute. Pour into a cup, sprinkle with cinnamon, flax, honey or anything else if you want!
  2. Bon Apetit :).


Most Helpful

I made this tonight then started looking for other recipes and found this one posted. I make my own kefir, used the frozen blueberries and also added some dried honey - something I found at the Asian market and really like because it adds no liquid. So delicious! Mr. Grumpy has just asked me to make another batch. I put it in a beaker and use my hand blender.

duonyte June 23, 2012

Blueberry heaven! I didn't add any honey, flax or anything else, because I wanted a simple fruit smoothie for breakfast. And this served that purpose quite nicely. I couldn't get kefir at my local market, so I used vanilla yogurt (I hope is an acceptable substitution for this recipe). And this was so scrumptious. I loved it. Tasty and refreshing. Thank you for sharing your recipe, celtichedgehog. Made for Spring 2012 Pick-A-Chef.

NorthwestGal April 16, 2012

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