Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Try A Declicous & Refreshing Berry Yogurt Smoothie

Friday, March 13, 2015

Try A Declicous & Refreshing Berry Yogurt Smoothie

*Disclosure- I received the mentioned product courtesy of the sponsor for the purpose of this review. All opinions are genuine, based on my experience with the product, and have not been influenced by promotional items.

Are you not loving this weather we are having lately? I was almost tempted to open up my doors today and let the air flow through. Sadly, we'll probably be going back to the chilly side next week, but this week has been amazing! It was nice not putting on a heavy wool coat every time I left the house, and breaking out the sunglasses had me giddy with the thought of summer right around the corner. Thinking about summer had me craving fruit, so I decided to open all the blinds to let the sunshine in, and whipped up a delicious and refreshing Berry Yogurt Smoothie recipe that I found on Golden Blossom Honey!



Nothing says summertime like a smoothie packed with tasty berries! This is a low-fat drink, and is perfect for breakfast, lunch, or an after workout treat! 

Ingredients:

2 cups frozen mixed berries, partially thawed (or frozen fruit of your choice)
1 cup (8-ounce container) plain yogurt
1 cup non-fat or low-fat milk
3 tablespoons GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY
dash of cinnamon


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What time of day do you enjoy drinking smoothies? What is your favorite fruit to include in your smoothie?




34 comments:

  1. I love fruit smoothies.
    George has made me strawberry sorbet, not unlike this recipe. Yum!

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  2. I love to add honey to my smoothies too, but never tried with a dash of cinnamon. Shall try that out the next time too!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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  3. I couldn't mix fruit with dairy for the life of me.. or the life of my tummy :) but I'd gladly dip the berries in boo boo bears honey head :)

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    1. I use dairy in my families and substitute almond milk in mine. Me and milk don't mix well very often.

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  4. This smoothie looks delicious and refreshing. The Blossom Honey is a sweet addition. I drink smoothies in the afternoon (when I am starting to get really hungry.) They are filling!!

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  5. Never had a smoothy in my life, just not appealing to me in the least.

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    1. I feel that way about green smoothies. Just can't get past the icky color of them!

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  6. This looks great! We have a smoothie almost every morning.

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    1. I need to get into the habit of having more natural smoothies in the morning. It will help me meet my dietary goals.

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  7. You gotta love a dash of cinnamon and you know I have a frozen bag of mixed berries in my freezer and I was eyeing them today!

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  8. I love adding honey into my smoothies. It is so tasty. This smoothy looks delicious

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  9. Wow this looks and sounds amazing and refreshing!

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  10. If I had a blender I would certainly try this smoothie. I generally stay away from them due to my banana allergy--NO Bananas in this one!! I also am looking forward to tyhe warmer weather and summertime fruits!

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  11. That looks great. I like the idea of adding honey to smoothies. Yum! Amber N

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  12. I just came back from a nice long hike and this would be perfect to cool off with. Can not wait to enjoy it.

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  13. That does look so good. I love all-natural ingredients. Beautiful photos.

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  14. That looks so fresh and tasty. Gotta try it.

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  15. Recipe sounds yummy! May I skip the honey, and drizzle a bit of chocolate? (smile)

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    1. Chocolate sounds like an awesome addition!

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  16. I love yogurt smoothies. It's a delicious way to enjoy something that is really good for you.

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  17. Okay, so now you made me want to drink one of these. I am in Harrahs and there is no way I can make this until I get home.

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  18. Oh this looks delicious! and refreshing I would try one of these. I'm not much for berry or fruity drinks but these look great!

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  19. Those Berry Yogurt smoothies look so yummy! Great pictures too.

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  20. Oh this sounds delicious - I'm going to be getting a blender soon so I need to try this out! x

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  21. This sounds like a great berry smoothie. I don't normally add cinnamon or honey to my smoothies but this sounds like a tasty addtion to try.

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  22. I love yogurt smoothies! This berry one sounds super tasty!

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  23. Oh these look so yummy! I love a good smoothie

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  24. I had a morning smoothie this morning. But it looked disgustingly green - I love yours much better

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  25. I make this smoothie all the time in summer and my girls love it. The only ingredient I don't add is the cinnamon. Next time I make this I will add cinnamon and see how it tastes

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  26. I love smoothies, but I've never had one with honey before. I bet it is wicked awesome :)

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  27. I love smoothies! This recipe sounds delicious!

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  28. Oh wow - this is so good - healthy and yummy all at the same time!

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  29. That smoothie looks refreshing and delicious.

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