Blueberry Breakfast Shake

Breakfast shakes made with blueberries and yogurt are a healthy way to start the day. In this refreshing smoothie, yogurt provides protein as well as calcium and B vitamins. Blueberries rank third as a natural source of antioxidants after prunes and raisins.
Martha Stewart Living, April 2002
  • Yield Makes two 8-ounce servings
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  • 1/2 cup blueberries, picked over and rinsed
  • 1/2 cup low-fat vanilla yogurt
  • 1/2 cup skim milk
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 5 ice cubes


  1. Place all ingredients in the jar of a blender, and process until smooth. Serve immediately in tall glasses.

Recipe Reviews

Reviews (8)

  • kwoodring 15 Jun, 2013

    This was great! I used frozen raspberries in place of the ice cubes and it was delicious. Oh, I also substituted vanilla almond milk. :)

  • bluepirat 18 Aug, 2011

    Even healthy food can have high calories. Oh and did you notice that the recipe serves 2? Perhaps you can do without a sweetener or add Stevia.

  • blaiselowe 11 Jan, 2011

    I am doing Weight Watchers and this is actually a lot of points...mostly because of the honey. Not worth it. It doesn't taste that wonderful either. Alright, but not wonderful.

  • glamour 28 Jun, 2010

    You would be able to figure it our yourself if you look at the all the ingredients numbers on their packages.

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  • khender711 10 Aug, 2009

    I "third" this comment.

    These recipes LOOK great and SEEM like they'd be healthy, but till one does the math, it's hard to be sure...

  • superdeana 11 Jul, 2009

    I agree with brenda! so many of these sites don't do that so I don't try them because I never know if it is REALLY healthy for you or not!

  • brendaaz 3 Jun, 2008

    I would appreciate it if you would put the per serving information on calories, fiber, etc for those of us struggling to maintain or find our ideal weight.