Honey Fruit Smoothie

After searching for delicious healthy low-calorie desserts for years, I started experimenting with making my own Fruit Smoothies. After 100+ iterations, I have come up with this recipe. Most recently, I substituted our HONEY for Equal, and it tastes so much better with pure HONEY, it is truly Awesome. Yes, it adds 40 calories, but it’s worth it. So here goes:

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Ingredients ( Makes 2 14-16oz Servings, 215 calories each )

  • 1 ½ Cups Blueberries (63 Cal) ( Frozen or Fresh )
  • ¾ Cup Strawberries (20 Cal) ( Frozen or Fresh )
  • ½ Banana (24 Cal) ( Fresh )
  • ¾ Cup Plain, Vanilla,or Blueberry Greek Yogurt (40 Cal) ( I like Danon’s light n Fit Greek Bberry – 80 cal )
  • 1 Scoop Vanilla Protein Powder (40 Cal) ( I like Pure Protein brand )
  • 2 oz low-cal Almond Milk (4 cal) ( or another flavor if you prefer )
  • 2 Teaspoons Pure Honey (24 cal) ( From Artisan Bees Honey Company ), Use 3 if you have a major sweet tooth, or use Equal if you are really counting every calorie
  • Handful of chopped ice cubes – ½ to a full cup, depending on your taste preferences


I typically put the frozen fruit in the microwave for 30-40 seconds to soften it up. Then the fruit goes in the Blender ( I use a Ninja ), with the Yogurt and Almond Milk, and blend it for 45-60 seconds. Then I add the Protein powder, Honey, and chopped ice and give it another 60 seconds in the Ninja, and it’s ready to go.

Nutritional Facts:

  • Each 16 oz Serving has about 240 Calories and about 20 grams of Protein
  • Between the Fruit, Greek yogurt, and Honey, enough Anti-oxidants for a WEEK !

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