After reading several blogs and forums, I realized that so many individuals were looking for smoothies without yogurt. And, I agreed. I’m going to make a collection of smoothies without yogurt just to serve those people in need of ideas.
This banana blueberry smoothie is high in fiber and protein, and low in calories and fat.
Just what you’re looking for today?
Banana Blueberry Smoothie Ingredients
1 cup crushed ice or 8 ice cubes
1 banana, frozen or fresh
1 cup frozen blueberries
3 Tablespoons almond butter
2–3 Tablespoons hazelnut butter
4 Tablespoons Arbonne Vanilla Protein Shake Mix, (or another protein mix)
2 cups unflavored unsweetened almond milk
Banana Blueberry Smoothie Recipe
Blend ingredients in the following order: ice, banana, blueberries, almond butter, hazelnut butter, protein mix, and almond milk, in blender or Vitamix, gradually increasing the speed from 0-8 over one to two minutes, until creamy and smooth.
Kitchen Tools – Blender or Vitamix
I use a dry measuring cup for the ice and blueberries. I use a liquid measuring cup for the milk.
To reduce the amount of foam, use a timer, and only blend the smoothie for 60-90 seconds, while gradually increasing the speed from 0-8.
You can use a frozen banana or fresh banana. However, I prefer a frozen banana. You may need to blend the smoothie for two minutes to ensure the ingredients are well blended and smooth.
If you try this banana blueberry smoothie recipe, let me know.
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