Berry Berry Smoothie

Berry Berry Smoothie

I promise this isn’t becoming a smoothie blog… it’s just I’m on a smoothie kick and wanted to share a few of my favorite smoothies I’ve been concocting lately. Today, I’m going to show you a great way to incorporate fresh and frozen berries and Chobani Blueberry Greek Yogurt to make one hell-of-a-smoothie!  I love making smoothies and adding the Greek Yogurt to this smoothie gives it a full body flavor and of course utilizing a flavored yogurt makes it that much more berry-licious. Yes, I just used that word. Don’t judge. You know you want to get berry-licious.

Berry Berry Smoothie

Once again, I played in manual on my camera and am overall happy with my photos. Still a big learning game for me! So, now that I’m done with my week of smoothies I’d love to hear what your favorite smoothie is?

Berry Berry Smoothie

Katie Original Recipe

Berry Berry Smoothie

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Yield: 1

10 oz.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Using a Magimix by Robot-Coupe Food Processor Juice Extractor & Smoothie Attachment (or blender) slowly add 2-1/2 cups of berries to the machine. Extract the juice, and turn off machine. Remove the food processor bowl from the machine and add 4 oz blueberry greek yogurt plus one tablespoon of honey. Carefully mix until Greek yogurt and honey are well incorporated. Pour the smoothie into two small glasses or one large 10 oz. glass.

Notes

*always make sure you clean your berries very well and discard any stems that may be still attached to them.

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Disclaimer: I received samples of Chobani to try. I was not compensated nor required to write this post.


12 Comments

  1. My all time favorite smoothie is chocolate peanut butter and banana…sinfully delicious! But there are so many other good ones I like too, like my new apple cinnamon oatmeal that I told you about! (The post is up today!!)

  2. Another gorgeous photo, Katie!

  3. I am scared of the manual button on my camera, lol. Your photos look fabulous and so does this smoothie!

    • Jennifer you just need to take the plunge and set aside a good half hour. Just force yourself to learn. That’s what I did! :)

  4. So glad you’re expanding and using the M mode. It’s so hard and I’m still learning but I love how much control you have over the photos.

    This smoothie looks amazing btw. It would the perfect post-workout snack!

    • Thanks Chung-Ah! It is challenging but the more I make myself photograph in manual the better I’m getting. Yes–perfect post-workout snack.

  5. I’ll definitely be trying this! I love the color! I learned how to use my DSLR on manual…I had read so much about it and took the plunge from the beginning. I love it!

    • Cassie that is awesome! I wish I would have challenged myself from the beginning, too. I’m slowly getting there and feeling comfortable.

  6. I loooove smoothies, so i’d be a-okay if this became a smoothie blog. =) This one looks so delicious – wish I had one right now!

  7. I love the color of that smoothie!

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