Simple Mixed Berry Smoothie recipe

Mixed Berry Smoothie
  • Prep Time : 5m
  • Cook Time : 5m
  • Ready In : 5m

Did you know that berries are some of the richest sources of antioxidants and Vitamins like Vitamin C and the whole Vitamin B complex? Not only that, but they are very rich in soluble dietary fibers, which help keep the digestive system strong. It has been seen that eating berries regularly can help your body fight against chronic conditions in the long run.

In the vein of the immeasurable nutritional values brought on by berries, we bring you, perhaps, the simplest recipe for a quick and hassle free berry smoothie. Although we have mentioned frozen berries, we suggest that you use fresh berries as much as possible as they are more organic and compared to their frozen counterpart, have more nutritious values.


  • Berries: 1 cup, fresh or frozen
  • Banana: 1, chopped
  • Ice: 1 cup
  • Orange juice: just a splash


Step 1

There is basically just one step to making this smoothie. Just blitz all of the ingredients together in the blender until there are no hard clumps of ice left.

Step 2

When it is done, pour it out into a glass and serve with a topping of few handfuls of fresh berries.

You can use any kind of berry when it comes to making this smoothie – strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and so on. But for a more nutritious and filling smoothie, we suggest that instead of one kind of berries, you take a mixture of all berries equally.
For best results, you can always have this smoothie for breakfast, as well as in between meals when you are feeling slightly pekish, as it has next to no fat and very low sodium.

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Comment (1)

  1. posted by Heather Gasol on August 8, 2020

    Can you leave the strawberry stems on for extra greens when they’re fresh or should you remove the stems from the strawberries first before you put them in the nutribullet? Thank you so much!


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