Nutribullet Recipe: Greek Yogurt Smoothie

Smoothies are great for that busy morning, after an intense workout, as a snack in between meals, or simply as a refreshing drink on a warm day. There are so many ways to make smoothies, and the best part is that you control how sweet it is.

This smoothie recipe only has 3 ingredients, but it is bursting with flavors.


• 1 frozen banana
• Greek yogurt
• Blueberries


This smoothie takes about 3 to 4 minutes to make. Serves 1.

Add all of the ingredients in a NutriBullet.
Blend together until smooth.
Serve in a glass or keep in the fridge until ready to serve.

Ideas And Tips:

• NutriBullet is a brand of food extractor. It is a popular kitchen tool used to make smoothies. It has powerful blades that can slice through vegetables and fruits. If you don’t have NutriBullet in your home, any type of blender or food processor is fine.

• Greek yogurt is a type of yogurt that has been strained to remove its whey. It is thicker and has a sour taste. It is popular for its higher protein density compared with regular yogurt. This yogurt is perfect for smoothies because it is not sweet, but you can consume it as it is paired with fresh fruits.

• You can basically put any ingredient in this smoothie. Aside from frozen bananas and blueberries, you can add all types of berries like raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries. Throw in some avocado, melon, kiwi, apple, and orange. For added crunch, you can also put walnuts, almonds, pecans or peanuts.

• If your smoothie is too thick and your blender can’t mix it well, add some liquid to help it along. You can use water or milk.

Nutribullet Recipe: Greek Yogurt Smoothie
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