Apple & Blueberry Smoothie

A fruit smoothie is such a cool and fun way to consume fruits. You can have a single fruit or a combination of fruits in your smoothie. You also decide how sweet you want your smoothie to be. Fruit smoothies are very easy and quick to prepare. You can keep them in the fridge overnight and you’ll a healthy breakfast to perk you up in the morning. Throw everything in the blender then, let the blender do the job for you. If you have a busy lifestyle, make it your grab and go drink instead of sugar-loaded sodas.

The combination of apple and blueberries in this recipe will surely get you excited to sip the bright purple smoothie.


• 1 apple, cored and cut into chunks
• 1/2 cup of fresh blueberries
• 1 cup of plain yogurt


This recipe takes 2 minutes to make. Serves 1.

Put all the ingredients apple, blueberries, and yogurt in a blender.
Blend until you get a rich purple smoothie.
Pour into a glass and serve.

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Apple & Blueberry Smoothie
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