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Greek Yogurt Smoothie

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This Greek yogurt smoothie is oh so creamy and packed with protein! It’s made with dairy-free yogurt, protein powder, and mixed berries. 

Power your day with something filling and yummy. This smoothie with plant-based Greek yogurt is loaded with protein and antioxidants for a feel-good creamy blend. 

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If you’re craving something sweet, this dairy-free yogurt smoothie with strawberries and blueberries is like a dessert in a glass with its irresistibly creamy texture. 

Enjoy it as an afternoon pick-me-up or an on-the-go breakfast like a blueberry lavender smoothie bowl and strawberry smoothie bowl

Why You’ll Love This Smoothie Recipe

  • This yogurt protein smoothie is packed with protein! It’s a delicious way to boost your intake of the filling and energizing nutrient using vegan-friendly ingredients. 
  • The creamy and satisfying vegan yogurt smoothie is ready in minutes. Just toss everything in your blender, and it’s ready to go. It’s as convenient as our mixed berry smoothie for meal prep!
  • Boost your antioxidant intake and satisfy your sweet tooth one sip at a time with this Greek yogurt smoothie with strawberries and blueberries. With no added sugar, this nutrient-loaded frozen fruit smoothie makes you feel good as much as it tastes good. 
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Ingredients And Substitutions For Mixed Berry Smoothie with Greek Yogurt

You only need 5 ingredients to make a frozen berry smoothie with Greek yogurt:

Water – To combine everything together.

Plant-based Greek yogurtOur protein-packed main ingredient in this crave-worthy creamy smoothie without dairy. The delightful tangy flavor of vegan Greek yogurt also complements the natural sweetness of the frozen berries. 

Frozen blueberriesTo naturally sweeten our yogurt smoothie. Frozen raspberries and blackberries will also taste great in this smoothie. 

Frozen strawberriesStrawberries are chock full of antioxidants and a classic fruit to pair with Greek yogurt. You can also use frozen banana slices, mangoes, and mandarin oranges. Maybe you’ll come up with a delicious combo like our pineapple mango smoothie!

Vegan vanilla protein powderAmps up the protein content of the Greek yogurt smoothie. Vanilla protein powder also adds an extra flavor to the mixed berry smoothie. 

This berry yogurt smoothie can seamlessly welcome fresh spinach and kale for an additional nutrient boost. You can even throw in some almond butter for healthy fats or chia seeds for extra fiber. 

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Tips for Making Frozen Berry Smoothie with Greek Yogurt

Freeze Berries Ahead of Time

Make sure to freeze your fruits ahead of time! Using frozen fruits means you can make this Greek yogurt smoothie without ice.

Adjust the Consistency as Needed

If the mixture ends up too thick, simply add a splash of water or unsweetened almond milk to thin it out and make it easier to blend. But if the mixture is too thin, add a few ice cubes and blend until you get your desired consistency.

Sweeten with Stevia

Looking for a touch of sweetness to your yogurt smoothie? Add Stevia Simple Syrup to the mixture!

Storage Tips

Pour the leftover smoothie into an airtight jar and refrigerate. For the best flavor, consume within the next day. If you want to make your smoothie with Greek yogurt in advance and store it for longer, pour the mixture into an ice cube tray and freeze it for 3 months. Then, just blend the smoothie cubes with water or almond milk to serve.

yogurt smoothie with frozen berries

Greek Yogurt Smoothie Recipe FAQs

What kind of Greek yogurt is best for smoothies?

Whole milk Greek yogurt will give smoothies the best texture and flavor. But for vegan smoothies, Kite Hill has plain and vanilla Greek yogurt, so you can enjoy a dairy-free yogurt smoothie without sacrificing its quality. 

Do you need ice for Greek yogurt smoothies?

No. You can make a yogurt smoothie without ice if you use frozen fruits. 

How long do Greek yogurt smoothies last in the fridge?

You can store your Greek yogurt smoothie in an airtight jar in the fridge for up to 3 days, but for the best consistency and taste, enjoy it the next day. 

Can I freeze Greek yogurt for smoothies?

Yes. Transfer your vegan Greek yogurt into a freezer-safe container and freeze for up to a month. You can also spoon it into ice cube trays, freeze it overnight, and transfer the yogurt cubes to a freezer-safe bag. To use in smoothies, just pop the frozen yogurt cubes in the blender with your other ingredients. 

What is a substitute for Greek yogurt in smoothies?

You can look for a plant-based Greek yogurt for a dairy-free yogurt smoothie. Coconut cream, mashed banana, and mashed avocado are other Greek yogurt substitutes you can consider for your smoothie. 

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Greek Yogurt Smoothie

Photo of a large glass filled with a pink colored, greek yogurt smoothie. It has a pink straw in the cup, and is garnished with a cherry and lime slice. The glass is on a wooden cutting board, and there is a large ice cube next to the glass. And there is a small bowl with cherries in it in the foreground of the photo.
This Greek yogurt smoothie is oh so creamy and packed with protein! It's made with dairy-free yogurt, protein powder, and mixed berries. 
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Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Equipment

Instructions

  • Add the water, yogurt, frozen berries, and protein powder to the blender.
  • Blend until smooth and creamy.
  • Pour into a glass and enjoy!

Notes

  • Make sure to freeze your fruits ahead of time! Using frozen fruits means you can make this Greek yogurt smoothie without ice.
  • If the mixture ends up too thick, simply add a splash of water or unsweetened almond milk to thin it out and make it easier to blend. But if the mixture is too thin, add a few ice cubes and blend until you get your desired consistency.
  • Looking for a touch of sweetness to your yogurt smoothie? Add Stevia Simple Syrup to the mixture!
  • Pour the leftover smoothie into an airtight jar and refrigerate. For the best flavor, consume within the next day. If you want to make your smoothie with Greek yogurt in advance and store it for longer, pour the mixture into an ice cube tray and freeze it for 3 months. Then, just blend the smoothie cubes with water or almond milk to serve.

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