Citrus Berry Smoothie

Barbara Oseland


I happened to have an orange in my refrigerator that was screaming at me. I decided to put the juice into one of my smoothies.
This smoothie is not as thick as I normally like them and is not as filling to me. It is quite refreshing however, so if you take a walk in the morning or do some sort of stretching and don't want anything too heavy, this would be perfect. I did add a few ice cubes because I like it very cold, but those would be optional.

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5 Min


1 1/4 c
fresh berries (i used raspberries, but try a mix, or use what you have or like)
1/2 medium
fresh banana broken in half
3/4 c
plain low fat yogurt
1/2 c
fresh squeezed oj (or prepared with low sugar)
1/2 c
apple juice or orange juice or canned pineapple juice
2 Tbsp
dry milk powder
1 Tbsp
wheat germ
1 Tbsp
1 tsp
1/2 tsp
vanilla extract
1 pkg
splenda packet
ice cubes (optional)
1/4 c
pineapple chunks, (canned okay, reserve juice)

How to Make Citrus Berry Smoothie


  • 1Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. If you wish to add crushed ice, add 2 ice cubes to blender, and pulse, then the other 2 and pulse. Can also be served over ice cubes if you wish.

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