Smoothie Princess' Morning Creation

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 2 mins

This is what my smoothie princess (she is 3!) decided she wanted to try this morning. Very tasty and one I did not want to lose because it was a nice pick me up after a workout!


  1. Peel and seed the orange. Place it in your blender.
  2. Add the blueberries and milk.
  3. Blend until smooth. This one will take a little longer then normal smoothies because of the need to break down the orange pulp.


Most Helpful

Loved it! This had a strong flavor of fresh oranges. Although the pulp didn't break down,the chewy texture was something different and fiber's good for you! The smoothie didn't separate at all. I used light vanilla soy milk and it only took two minutes total to prepare. My regards to the Princess!

FLKeysJen February 07, 2008

Even after blending longer, the orange pulp did not break down all the way. It also did not add any real orange flavor. Within minutes the smoothie started to separate. Probably will not be making this one again, but other reviewers seem to like it so try for yourself.

BerrySweet July 11, 2007

I love the picture on this recipe, and have wanted to try it for a while. Finally made it this morning for breakfast. I really liked the mix. I added a bit of ice so that it would be colder, and threw in some extra blueberries (I like to do that at the end). It was really good. Next time I might use vanilla yogurt instead of the milk to see how it tastes.

Loves2Teach April 17, 2007

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