Looking for a refreshing way to start your day? This raspberry blueberry smoothie recipe is the perfect kickstart to your morning routine. With the right balance of sweet and tart flavors, this simple recipe makes the earliest of wake-up calls a bit more palatable.
If you are looking for a delicious start to your day, then look no further than this raspberry and blueberry smoothie recipe.
Packed with fresh fruit and the nutrients you need to fuel your day, this smoothie is the perfect on-the-go breakfast.
Berry smoothies are the perfect way to satisfy your cravings while keeping you feeling energized throughout the day.
Plus, it's incredibly easy to customize to your own personal tastes. Add a scoop of protein powder for an extra boost of energy, or swap out the milk for canned coconut milk if you prefer a creamier texture.
So whether you're looking for a quick breakfast on the go or an afternoon snack to keep you fueled and focused, this blueberry raspberry smoothie recipe is a perfect choice.
All you need are a few simple ingredients and a blender to whip up this delicious treat in no time!
Let's get this day started, shall we?
- Milk: Make this raspberry and blueberry smoothie with milk of your choosing. You can use dairy milk, soy milk, oat milk, coconut, cashew, or almond milk. If you choose sweetened milk, make sure you reduce or eliminate the honey.
- Yogurt: Plain Greek or regular yogurt work best. Vanilla yogurt is also a great alternative - just omit the sweetener if you choose this.
- Berries: Use fresh or frozen raspberries and blueberries. A frozen berry blend also works here.
- Vanilla: Use a good quality vanilla. Make sure that you don't over do it - a little goes a long way!
- Honey: This is optional but recommended. You could use maple syrup, agave nectar, sugar, or a sugar-free alternative like monk fruit. Medjool dates are also a fabulous natural sweetener.
Step by Step
For the full recipe with measurements, see the recipe card at the bottom of the post.
- I recommend using a high speed blender to make this blueberry and raspberry smoothie since both raspberries and blueberries have seeds.
- While the optional add-ins do add nutrition, a little goes a long way. I recommend choosing just one to start.
- If you want a cold smoothie without adding ice, frozen fruit is the perfect choice.
- If your are lucky enough to be enjoying this when berries are at the peak of the season, you may not need any sweetener at all. You can taste the blended smoothie and only add the honey if you feel like it needs it.
- If you want to make this blueberry and raspberry smoothie without yogurt, simply omit it and add in a little more milk.
Feel free to play with this recipe and make it your own. Add in kale or spinach to get your greens in, or oats and almond butter to make it even more filling.
Other fruits such as blackberries, banana, and mango can also be used. Get creative and have fun!
Do raspberries and blueberries have seeds in them?
Yes, raspberries and blueberries both have seeds in them. It's best to use a high speed blender to ensure that all the seeds are broken down properly and you get a smooth texture.
Can I make this with fresh berries?
Yes, absolutely! Fresh or frozen berries work great for this recipe. If you're using frozen berries, make sure you don't add extra ice to the blender until after you have checked the texture as it will already be nicely thickened.
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This mixed berry smoothie is best when served immediately.
However, if you have any leftovers, they can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to two days. Make sure to give it a good stir or shake before enjoying!
Alternatively, you can also freeze the smoothie and enjoy as a slushy treat anytime.
I like to freeze it in a small ice-cube tray and then re-blend just before serving.
More Smoothie Recipes to Try
- For a delicious drink you will enjoy again and again, give this cherry smoothie a try.
- This blueberry banana smoothie is a fabulous way to start the day!
- Mix up your smoothie game with this crazy-good coffee quinoa smoothie.
- This chocolate peanut butter smoothie without banana always hits the spot!
5-Minute Raspberry Blueberry Smoothie
- 1 ½ cups milk of choice oat, nut, or dairy
- ½ cup plain Greek yogurt
- 1 cup raspberries
- 1 cup blueberries
- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 tablespoon honey optional
- Optional Add Ins: 1-2 tablespoons hulled hemp seeds or ground flaxseeds ; 1 teaspoon chia seeds
- Pour the milk in the blender. Add the Greek yogurt, raspberries, blueberries, vanilla, and honey. Process until smooth.
- If desired, add ice and one of the add-ins and process until smooth and creamy.
- Pour into a glass and serve immediately.