A mixture of blueberries, blackberries, strawberries, and raspberries paired with yogurt and a dash of honey make for this 5-minute Mixed Berry Smoothie recipe.
I love making berry smoothie recipes. This mixed berry smoothie is one of my go-to’s and favorites. It only requires three simple ingredients, which I almost always have on hand. I love to keep frozen berries on hand to whip up delicious smoothie recipes on a whim.
I’ve mentioned it before, but my husband is the king at making smoothies. He’s normally the one who comes up with the different variations. Then I refine the smoothie recipe for the blog. We have been making this mixed berry smoothie flavor combo for years now.
This smoothie recipe only includes a few ingredients. This Berry Smoothie without Banana is sweetened by the vanilla yogurt, honey, and natural sweetener from the fruit.
- Yogurt – I like to use vanilla whole milk yogurt. But you can use Greek yogurt for a tangier smoothie or even a strawberry or blueberry yogurt to give additional berry flavor.
- Mixed Berries – I love to use frozen berries so that way I don’t have to use ice.
- Honey – My family prefers sweeter smoothies, so I almost always add honey to my smoothies.
Place the vanilla yogurt in a blender, followed by berries, and honey. *Always place the liquid or softer ingredients on the bottom of the blender. This will help prevent it from jamming and ensure it begins to puree immediately.
Close lid, and blend for 45-60 seconds on high until smooth. Pour into glasses and enjoy!
Options for liquids in smoothies include: milk, non-dairy milk’s like oat, almond, or cashew, coconut water, or juice. For added protein I like to use milk, which contain 8 to 10 grams per cup.
You can use either milk or juice it’s all based on preference. Milk will yield a creamier smoothie and like mentioned above contains typically more protein.
I love to use frozen fruit in place of ice in smoothies. It chills the smoothie without adding additional liquid to the smoothie.
When fruits and vegetables are picked at their ripest and frozen immediately they retain similar nutritional value that fresh fruits and vegetables have.
Tips & Tricks
Here are a few of my favorite tips and tricks I’ve found helpful when making this recipe.
- Frozen fruit – I love to use frozen fruit in smoothies instead of ice.
- Dairy Free – Looking to have the same creamy texture without the dairy? You can add in a dairy free yogurt or even almond or oat milk. Just remember to use less liquid if opting for that.
- Vegan Smoothie option – Omit the honey and replace with agave syrup. Also omit the dairy filled yogurt for a vegan friendly option.
Still looking for more delicious smoothies? I have a wide variety of smoothie recipes.
- Strawberry Banana Smoothie Recipe
- Pineapple Peach Smoothie
- Blueberry Banana Protein Smoothie
- Strawberry Mango Green Smoothie
- CBD Blueberry Lemon Smoothie
If you make this recipe, I would be honored and love for you to take the time to leave a star rating and comment! I spend hours developing and testing these recipes, and always love to hear feedback and user experience!
Mixed Berry Smoothie
- ½ cup Vanilla Yogurt
- 12 oz. Frozen Mixed Berries
- 1 tablespoon honey
- Place the vanilla yogurt in a blender, followed by berries, and honey.
- Close lid, and blend for 45-60 seconds on high until smooth.
- Divide evenly and enjoy.
- Recipes yields 2.5 cups / 20 oz. = 2, 10 oz. servings
- If using fresh berries, always make sure you clean your berries very well and discard any stems that may be still attached to them.
- If using fresh berries, add 1-2 cups of ice.
- To make dairy free use your favorite dairy free yogurt or milk.
- If you want a thinner smoothie, add liquid instead of yogurt.
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