Jeanne's Very Berry Smoothie

Jeanne Gliddon


I love smoothies and when I make them, I tend to put all things fruity that I have on hand in them. I just made this one for the first time and decided that it was so delicious I had to share it with you. This was a big hit with my family and I have been asked to make it again real soon. I hope you make it soon too!

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2 large or 4 small
20 Min
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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
Tart, sweet, satisfying and good for you too! And the color couldn't be prettier. The flavors of very fruit blend well together. Great for a hot summer day or an after-school treat. This could be dressed up a bit with a dollop of whipped cream!


1 large
orange, juiced
3/4 c
crushed pineapple, or enough to make 1 cup when added to orange juice.
1 medium
apple, cubed
6 oz
container strawberry or peach yogurt, frozen & cut in chunks
1/8 c
honey, more if needed
2 c
mixture of raspberries, blackberries & blueberries, frozen
1 c
strawberries, frozen
1 large
banana, frozen and cut up
Handful large
ice, optional


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1Squeeze orange an put in a 1 cup measuring cup. Add enough crushed pineapple to make one full cup. Place in blender.

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2Add cut up apples.

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3Blend mixture until smooth.

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4Add cut up frozen yogurt.

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5Blend until smooth.

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6Add honey and blend until smooth.

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7Add mix of raspberries, blackberries and blueberries. Blend until smooth.

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8Add strawberries and blend until smooth.

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9Add chopped banana and blend until smooth. Taste and add more honey if berries are to tart.

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10At this point you can add ice and blend until smooth. I didn't because it was already thick enough and cold enough!

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11Serve and enjoy!

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If you have any of the smoothie mixture left over, you can freeze it. As I make smoothies, I just keep adding to the frozen mixture until I have enough to make one or two smoothies. I then place container in Microwave and nuke until it is at a consistency that can be stirred into a thick smoothie. It's like I just made it....smooth, icy, cold and perfect for those days when you are in a hurry!

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