Pineapple Berry Breakfast Smoothie

Barbara Oseland


This is a wonderful pick me up in the morning. Breakfast is served by adding a few pieces of frozen fruit and yogurt and some spices.

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1 large smoothie, or two smaller ones
10 Min


1 medium
banana, very ripe fpartially frozen and broken into parts)
1/2 c
low fat pineapple yogurt (i used activitia,)
1/2 c
prepared and cooled oatmeal
frozen raspberries
frozen blackberries
1/4 c
pineapple juice
1/2 tsp
vanilla extract
1/8 tsp
cardamom or nutmeg if you prefer or do not have cardamom
1 pkg
splenda or 1 tsp honey if you prefer
2 c
ice, more if you desire
1 Tbsp
flax (optional)
1 Tbsp
wheat germ (optional)
1/2 Tbsp
benefiber (optional)

How to Make Pineapple Berry Breakfast Smoothie


  • 1Place broken partially frozen banana into blender. (If completely frozen, put in microwave for 30-60 seconds, if not frozen at all, place in freezer for about a half an hour. Add yogurt, oatmeal, and half ice. Pulse to break up frozen items. Add berries, vanilla, cardamom, splenda and optional items if you wish and pulse a few more times. Add remainder of ice a little at a time to desired consistency.
  • 2Note: this is a thick smoothie. If it is too thick for you, you can add a bit of water or juice instead of the second batch of ice. This will then make 2 smoothies.

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