Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie

Fruit, yogurt and milk make this 5-minute, 4-ingredient Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie a filling but healthy breakfast or snack. 

This post is sponsored in conjunction with #SpringSweetsWeek. I received product samples from sponsor companies to help in the creation of the #SpringSweetsWeek recipes. All opinions are mine alone.

Fruit, yogurt and milk make this 5-minute, 4-ingredient Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie a filling but healthy breakfast or snack. 

Get ready to ditch your hats, coats, and snow boots and get ready for some delicious sweet treats like cupcakes, cookies, sweet breads, and cocktails!


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Fruit, yogurt and milk make this 5-minute, 4-ingredient Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie a filling but healthy breakfast or snack. 

So yes, you have a week of sweet treats – sorry, not sorry. But don’t worry – I’m kicking the week off with something sweet AND HEALTHY! A smoothie – ideal for busy weekday mornings for breakfast or for a sweet but healthy snack.

I’m no stranger to smoothies – my husband and I make them a few times a week, but I had never blogged them before because I don’t have a real recipe that I follow. It’s more of a formula.

Fruit, yogurt and milk make this 5-minute, 4-ingredient Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie a filling but healthy breakfast or snack. 

So taking this formula, you not only get the Strawberry-Raspberry Smoothie recipe below, but hundreds of tasty variations. Ready for it? Here we go:

  • 1 – 1 1/2 c. frozen fruit – berries, mango, peaches and pineapple are my favorites. I always use frozen fruit because I like the thicker consistency. Buy prefrozen bags or freeze your own (which we do after berry picking, or when we’re unable to use up our fresh fruit, to avoid having to throw it out)
  • 1/4 – 1/2 c. yogurt – Greek yogurt is my preferred, because of the protein boost but today, I wanted to use Nancy’s Yogurt – a natural yogurt that is made from only milk, honey, yogurt cultures and probiotic cultures. They’ve got the clearest ingredient list that I’ve ever seen – I seriously LOVED how easy that label was to read, and how I knew or could identify all of the ingredients. Bonus? The family owned company practices sustainable farming, which makes me like them even more!
  • 1/2 c. milk – to thin out the smoothie and to add the extra calcium.

Fruit, yogurt and milk make this 5-minute, 4-ingredient Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie a filling but healthy breakfast or snack. 
The recipe is just below, but I want to remind you one more time to check out #SpringSweetsWeek. You can follow the hashtag on social media to make things easy for you. (Prize descriptions and rafflecopter were removed a year after the contest closes, for better reader experience.)

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Fruit, yogurt and milk make this 5-minute, 4-ingredient Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie a filling but healthy breakfast or snack. 

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Fruit, yogurt and milk make this 5-minute Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie a filling but healthy breakfast or snack. 

Strawberry-Raspberry Smoothie

Fruit, yogurt and milk make this 5-minute, 4-ingredient Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie a filling but healthy breakfast or snack. 

Course Breakfast, Drinks
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1
Calories 174 kcal
Author Liz

Ingredients

  • 1 c. frozen strawberries
  • 1/2 c. frozen raspberries
  • 1/4 c. Nancy's whole milk yogurt
  • 1/2 c. low-fat milk

Instructions

  1. Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into a glass and serve immediately.

Recipe Notes

Nutrition calculated using Nancy's whole milk yogurt and low-fat milk. Using a different brand and fat percentage will change the nutrition info.

A Books n’ Cooks original recipe.

Fruit, @nancysyogurt and milk make this 5-minute, 4-ingredient Strawberry Raspberry Smoothie a filling but healthy breakfast or snack. #SpringSweetsWeek  

Prize descriptions and rafflecopter were removed a year after the contest closes, for better reader experience.

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