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A quick and delicious smoothie made with raspberries, blackberries, bananas and yogurt.

28 people made this

IngredientsServes: 2

  • 1 small banana
  • 70g blackberries
  • 125g fresh raspberries
  • 170g vanilla yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 4 ice cubes

MethodPrep:10min ›Ready in:10min

  1. Place banana, blackberries, raspberries, yogurt, honey and ice cubes into a blender. Blend until smooth.

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Reviews & ratingsAverage global rating:(43)

Reviews in English (35)

by SAMAGGIE

I followed the recipe exactly. It was very tasty and easy to make. However, you need to strain it before drinking, as the blackberry seeds are impossible to ignore. Next time I'll substitute something else for the blackberries.-11 Sep 2009

by Sarah Jo

Excellent. I used greek yogurt because that was all I had on hand. Made one batch, then turned around and made another because my kids and I loved it so much. Great use of this year's bumper crop of blackberries/raspberries.-07 Sep 2009

by naples34102

I have a Vitamix, so that pretty much took care of the seed problem but I can see how this would be an issue without this workhorse of a blender. So I'm not so sure blackberries, with their huge seeds, are the best choice for smoothies. The flavor was good, but we found the banana just a little distracting for a "Raspberry Blackberry Smoothie." I used frozen berries, so the ice cubes weren't necessary, but a little milk to thin it out was.-30 May 2011


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Healthy Blackberry Smoothie Recipe:

Healthy carbs and protein make a sustaining meal replacement. I cut down the added sugars but fruit is naturally high in sugar. If you are on a strict low carb or low sugar diet smoothies may not be for you.

This smoothie is slightly sweet just from the fruits and vegetables I used. To lower the carbs and sugar somewhat omit the maple syrup.

Flax and steel cut oats are great carbs naturally designed to keep the glucose index down and the fiber up for sugar digestibility and blood sugar control. Blackberries and bananas are actually pretty good at blood sugar control too!

You may choose to add your favorite protein powder and sugar free sweetener. That is fine. Readjust the ingredients to suit your needs and tastes. It&rsquos a flexible recipe.

Fresh carrots, mandarin oranges (any orange variety will be fine) and the old faithful and incredibly good for you banana fill out this meal replacing smoothie. This combination of fruits gives you an array of nutrients.

Healthy Blackberry Smoothie is full of antioxidants, vitamins and protein. This filling high fiber gluten free breakfast is a meal replacer.

I used mandarin oranges because they are fresh in season right now and I have a ton of them (Thank you Costco)! The extra zing of sweet tart flavor of Mandarin oranges is well suited to this smoothie recipe.

Only use FRESH mandarins (or cuites). Not canned. if they are out of season when you want to make this recipe, use any fresh orange in season.

Healthy Blackberry Smoothie begins with an array of healthy greens and fruits

The carrots may seem counterintuitive for a smoothie. Do they blend up well raw? Yes! Do they give the smoothie body and a chunky texture? For sure they do.

You can leave out the carrots if you really want a finer textured morning drink. This smoothie is almost thick enough to chew with a TON of healthy fiber. That makes this a really satisfying breakfast drink. You will know you ingested something wonderful. I love it!

Healthy Blackberry Smoothie


Summer strawberry-blackberry-raspberry smoothie

This incredibly refreshing summer strawberry-blackberry-raspberry smoothie can be prepared from fresh or frozen fruit (it depends on your preferences). I prefer the first option because “fresh fruit is fresh fruit”. If you want this smoothie super fresh you can grow your own strawberries, blackberries and raspberries in your garden (it is not so complicated in fact). Absolute freshness of the ingredients is thus guaranteed. In addition to fruit we need more milk, or spring water. We need also some milk or spring water and maybe some honey.


Delicious And Filling Blackberry Raspberry Smoothie Recipe

This raspberry smoothie just happens to be another favorite smoothie of mine. And I&rsquom sure by now, you&rsquove probably figured that I&rsquom a die hard smoothie lover.

Last night, I was craving something sweet and juicy. I didn&rsquot want to reach for icecream because of the amount of sugars present, so I decided to opt for a smoothie instead.

I happened to have some strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries sitting in my fridge, as well as some left over bananas. So I decided to make use of the ingredients.

Normally, I add bananas to my smoothies, but this time around, I decided to ditch it and use it for my banana bread recipe.

Thinking that my smoothie would end up bland because of the lack of bananas, it actually ended up tasting very delicious. I honestly believe the vanilla plant based milk I added was what did the trick.

I&rsquove never been a fan of blackberries. Till date, I still don&rsquot think I like it as a fruit. However, when present in smoothies, it does taste amazing and gives a nice purplish hue to the overall look.

Guys, I can&rsquot describe how filling this smoothie was. I couldn&rsquot even finish the entire cup after blending it. It kept me full throughout the night and satisfied my sweet tooth.

If you ever find yourself craving something sweet, skip the candy aisle and reach for some fruits instead. Your body will honestly thank you for it and you will become more self-controlled. Since I started training myself to make smoothies instead of sugary drinks, I stopped heading for the candy aisle. And it has really helped in keeping my weight and sugar levels in check.

Give this recipe a try if you&rsquore having a very long day at work and need something to keep you full. I promise a few sips of this would satisfy your sugar cravings and keep you filled up.


  • Meal Type: Snack
  • Dietary Type: Vegetarian
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Serves: 1

This dark purple Blackberry and Blueberry Smoothie is low in calories but chalk full of nutrients. Both berries offer extraordinary amounts of antioxidants, such as Vitamin A and C.

This blend is also high in calcium, protein, and fiber, which makes it very filling. If you are looking for something sweet and tangy to satisfy your appetite, this is the perfect choice.


To make this low calorie smoothie, you will need:

¼ Cup Milk
¾ Plain or Vanilla Yogurt
1 Banana
¾ Cup Frozen Blueberries
¾ Cup Frozen Blackberries


Blend away:
Pour the milk onto the blades of the blender. Add the yogurt and the banana and blend. Once the mix is well blended, add the frozen berries and blend again.

Frozen berries make for a thick drink for a thinner consistency, use berries that are not frozen, or just add a little extra milk.


Here are some healthy extras that taste great in this blend:
&bull A dash of cinnamon &ndash Just to name a few of it&rsquos many positives, cinnamon has been shown to give both metabolism and brain power a boost, lower bad cholesterol levels , and even fight off some cancers.
&bull A tablespoon of honey &ndash The healthiest and most natural sweetener around, honey is an immune system booster with anti-bacterial properties that regular processed sugar could never even dream of competing with. Make sure that you buy pure honey in order to garner all the health benefits.


While this is a very low calorie recipe, it is still worth mentioning that if you are trying to use smoothies for weight loss, these drinks should be used as either meal replacements or accompaniment to a light meal.


Nutrition Information
Calories: 244
Total Fat: 2.5 g
Saturated Fat: 1 g
Cholesterol: 5 mg
Sodium: 28 mg
Total Carbohydrates: 55 g
Dietary Fiber: 11.5 g
Sugars: 33 g
Protein: 5.7 g


Easy Homemade Raspberry Popsicles

I puree the raspberries in a food processor or blender with the sugar and water. If your kids do not like having any of the seeds in their popsicles, you can puree the raspberries and then strain them through a sieve to create very smooth popsicles.

In addition to raspberries, sugar, and water, you will need a set of 4 &ndash 6 count Popsicle molds and popsicle sticks. You can find a set of popsicle molds at Dollar Tree for only $1.00, but this is an item that I prefer to splurge on. I make my popsicles in either stainless steel popsicle molds or silicone popsicle molds.

If you prefer using popsicle sticks as shown in the photos, cover your popsicle mold with plastic wrap and make a small slit directly in the center with a knife and put a popsicle stick into each mold, then freeze.


Add all of the ingredients to a blender.

This recipe makes one 16 oz smoothie.

It’s creamy, berry deliciousness in the form of a healthy, antioxidant-filled smoothie! It’s also vegan and gluten free!


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By: Ana / 5 / Breakfast , Drinks , Quick & Easy , Summer , Vegetarian ,

Summer is almost gone but this doesn’t necessarily come with a melancholic mood. Choosing to be thankful for everything I experienced during the last months, getting the best of what’s left from this splendid season and looking forward to embrace what Autumn has to give, this provides peace of mind and helps me focus on the things I love to do.

The farmers’ market still abounds with fresh berries and buying them in batches to eat, freeze and cook with is a favorite mid-August activity. During my last trip to the countryside I actually went to an organic blackberry farm and got to pick the fruits myself.

It’s a lovely experience for someone that spends most of the time in the city, with little access to open air plantations and just a few aromatic herb pots to call a garden! Having a house with a garden is actually a dream of mine and although might sound like utopia for now, I’m pretty sure it will happen at some point in the future.

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Berries are one of the best summer fruit choices when it comes to fortifying your liver activity and your immune system, while also preparing your body cells for the cooler months to come.

They have both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties, as they’re high in vitamin C and anthocyanin phytonutrients, and also detoxifying properties due to the presence of the mineral manganese and fiber.

Their rich phytonutrient combinations support the health of cardiovascular system, the bone structure (especially due to high concentration of vitamin K), and regulates the blood sugar levels.

Enjoy these smoothies! And if you’re looking for some more inspo when playing with smoothie ingredients, check out my Sun Salutation Mango Smoothie, my Breakfast Smoothie Recipes, or my Berry Protein Smoothie.