Orange-Berry Smoothie

  • Yield Serves 2
Add to Shopping List


  • 2 navel oranges, peel and pith removed, cut into chunks
  • 1 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 cup frozen raspberries


  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender, and blend until smooth.

Cook's Note

Suitable for any week of the Whole Living Action Plan 28-Day Challenge.

Recipe Reviews

Reviews (8)

  • Courtney M 2 Jul, 2014

    I made these this morning for breakfast, and my family loved them! Such a healthy way to start the day or have a snack!

  • Robert F 4 Feb, 2014

    I have been using fresh fruit. I think I will try the frozen as you have here.

  • Mickey loves to bake 30 Aug, 2013

    I agree this is a great smoothie when you add about half a cup of yogurt and a little honey. My kids love it and its a healthy snack or even breakfast!

  • Starf82 26 Jun, 2013

    Hey I have a question...do u have to use frozen fruit or can u use fruit that's not frozen and just add ice??

  • koosdorssers 19 Jan, 2013

    Tastes very well. I just added a little honey .... hope you don't mind.
    Thank God that our children learn to eat veggies through smoothies !

    Koos Dorssers

  • RunTillYouDrop 1 Aug, 2012

    I'd suggest adding 1/2 to 1 cup plain Greek Yogurt to this as well, to get a smooth, creamy flavor, and adding about 2 tablespoons fresh honey as well. This will help lower the sourness of the berries, and both the yogurt and honey are AMAZING for your health!!



  • Farmer Joe 20 Jul, 2012

    This is a very tasty drink! Blueberries and raspberries are two of the most nutritious berries there are. I always add a tablespoon of chia seeds to my blended drinks. Find out more about the benefits of chia at http://HealthyEaters.org

  • Nam Mee Lee 20 May, 2012

    gonna try it now...