These triple berry Greek yogurt smoothies make a creamy, frothy, sweet and healthy breakfast or snack. With only four ingredients, they take less than 5 minutes to whip up.
Honestly, you’re looking at one of the yummiest things you can whip up in under five minutes. These smoothies have FOUR ingredients! You could even cut it down to three if you use flavored yogurt instead of plain, which is typically sweetened and eliminates the need for the honey.
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These creamy Greek yogurt smoothies are the smoothies I make every Sunday as an afternoon treat for my family. (And also sometimes just for me, like right now, to sip as I huddle under a blanket writing this post and listening to Tori Amos live bootleg covers. Don’t be jealous.)
No need to keep any weird ingredients on hand. No protein powder, no kale or spinach in these guys. I mean you can definitely add them if you want… Sometimes I will sneak in a little avocado for my little guy (a brilliant idea from my BFF). It’s totally undetectable and the only way he’ll eat it.
Actually there are endless modifications you could make to this basic formula of frozen fruit, yogurt and juice. I used a frozen berry blend from my grocery store, but you could use any frozen fruit you like, or throw in a banana as an additional ingredient for extra creaminess. Use any juice you like or have on hand. Or add a splash of milk for extra calcium. You could use a flavored yogurt instead of plain as I mentioned above (lemon would be fun!)
Stay warm and enjoy! xx
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Triple Berry Greek Yogurt Smoothies
- 3/4 cup plain Greek yogurt
- 1 cup frozen berries
- 1/4 cup orange juice
- 1 tablespoon honey more or less, to taste
- Place all ingredients in a blender and puree for 2 minutes.