Banana Raspberry Blueberry Smoothie Recipe

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Banana Raspberry Blueberry Smoothie Recipe

Say that recipe name 5 times fast…

I’m a big fan of a good smoothie. Add a bit of protein and I’m good to go for a quick breakfast (I’ve got a big list of Healthy Breakfast Smoothies here) or a healthy snack. Even my kids love smoothies and I like that I can put just about anything in them and they will love them anyways. It’s a great way for them to get an extra serving of fruits or veggies in their day!

Banana Blueberry Raspberry Smoothie Recipe

I love being able to pick up frozen fruits and berries year around at the nearest Costco. It’s a great, inexpensive way for us to shop for these items that aren’t always available locally.

This smoothie is so easy to make if you have a blender on hand and the combination of flavors is simply delicious. We make this smoothie dairy free, but you could easily replace the orange juice with milk or even yogurt for a different flavor and texture. Yummy!

Smoothie Ingredients

Banana Raspberry Blueberry Smoothie Recipe

What You Need:

  • 1/2 cup frozen Raspberries
  • 1/2 cup frozen Blueberries
  • 1 frozen Banana
  • 3/4 – 1 cup Orange Juice

Blueberry Smoothie

Add all of the ingredients to a blender. You may need to add more or less orange juice depending on how thick you want your smoothie to be. Blend until smooth.

This smoothie will serve one to two, depending on how hungry you are!Banana Blueberry Raspberry Smoothie Recipe

I love smoothie recipes so I have plenty of them here on Little House Living! Here are a few of my favorites:

What are some of your favorite smoothie combinations? What do you add to your smoothie to get in an “extra serving” of for your kids?

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  1. I like to add raw egg yolk, beef gelatin, ground flax seed, and brewer’s yeast. Lots of nutritional bang for the buck that is all easily masked. My son’s favorite is all that with banana, rolled oats, yogurt or kefir, honey, peanut or almond butter, and raw cacao. yum!!

    And it’s so easy to prepare the night before. I often make a half gallon at a time to drink for breakfast for the week.