Blue and Red Berry Smoothie

"Yet another oatmeal smoothie. This is a great healthy breakfast full of antioxidents."
 
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Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
1
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directions

  • Blend till smooth. Enjoy with a straw.

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Reviews

  1. Bev I Am
    This is an excellent start to your morning! I was a little hesitant about having oatmeal in my smoothie, so I decided to give it a little grind on it's own in the blender before adding the rest of the ingredients. I made the recipe as directed, using fresh blueberries and also used an entire 6 oz container of Light Fat Free French Vanilla Yogurt. It was so good, I wanted a second! Thank you, MsSally!
     
  2. WileyP
    What a great way to get the day started! Taking some advice from the folks below, I blended the yogurt, orange juice and oats (I used quick oats) to chop the oats into a fine grain, then added the rest of the ingredients. The result was a fresh, fruity, thick and delicious smoothie. Thanks so much, Ms Sally! I'll be doing this a few times every week!
     
  3. LonghornMama
    Enjoyed it! Thanks for sharing!
     
  4. strangemk1
    Another time I think I would blend the oatmeal a little before adding other ingredients, as another reviewer suggested. I added the whole container of a Yoplait blueberry yogurt, and fresh berries, since those are what I had. I added 5 heaping tbsp. of frozen orange juice concentrate, and probably 6 ice cubes. I also added a heaping tbsp. protein powder and a heaping tbsp. of oatmeal bran. The doc says I have to get my cholesterol down, so this is part of my attempt at eating more oatmeal. It was very filling and delicious!
     
  5. Flautatime
    Absolutely delicious and my husband and I loved the addition of oatmeal in a smoothie. I added a couple of TBS of splenda just to make it sweeter. And I used sugar free, fat free vanilla yogurt. Great healthy and light treat. Thanks for posting.
     
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