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Blueberry spinach smoothie recipe is super healthy and easy to make.  The entire recipe is so delicious and a great way to sneak veggies in.

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Blueberry spinach smoothie recipe

I have another healthy Spinach smoothie for you to try. This time I made a blueberry spinach smoothie and it is really delicious.

With only healthy and natural ingredients, it is a great recipe for an easy spinach weight loss smoothie. Protein Fruit Smoothie and Spinach Fruit Smoothie is another delicious smoothie recipe to try!

2 Blueberry Spinach Smoothies  with spinach leaves scattered around them.

This is  my favorite healthy blueberry smoothie recipe.

I’m not going to lie. I’m loving my green smoothies. They are helping me add in more fiber and more greens into my diet, which then leads me to feeling so much better.

I feel like I’m have more energy throughout the day. Unlike many smoothie recipes you will find, this one doesn’t have any added sugar into it.

It is not overly sweet but it I think I like it like that. If it was much sweeter, I don’t think I would like it.

Blueberry Spinach Smoothie with 2 spinach leaves and 2 spoons in the background.

Easy Spinach Blueberry Yogurt Smoothie

Now there is two variations to this green smoothie recipe.  I know it isn’t green, but since it is packed with spinach, I feel like it still sticks with the green smoothie family. 🙂

You can either make this spinach smoothie with greek yogurt or a banana. Either one will give you that nice and creamy texture.

I like both ways. It just depends on what I am going with.

Overview of the top of 2 Blueberry Spinach Smoothies with blueberries on top of them.

Blueberry spinach smoothie ingredients:

  • Spinach
  • Milk
  • Blueberries
  • Yogurt
  • Banana
  • Ice
Overview of the ingredients to make the smoothie: spinach, blueberry, milk, yogurt and banana.

How to make blueberry spinach smoothie:

First you need to blend the spinach and water together. This step will make sure your spinach is blended well.

According to my sister, this is a very important step. Like… very important.

That last thing you want is stringy spinach in your drink. I haven’t had this problem, but that is probably because I have always followed her advice. 🙂

Once you have it blended it, you can add the rest of your ingredients. Today we will add in the blueberries the banana, and a little bit of ice. (Remember, if you want you can have Greek yogurt instead of a banana for a slightly different flavor.)

Freezer idea: You can also freeze these in individual cups. Then when you are ready to eat, just let them sit on the counter for a few minutes.

This is perfect for a quick breakfast or snack on the go especially during busy weekdays. We love having these in the freezer for quick treats to grab and go.

I am all about making life easier and quick grab and go meals like this in the freezer help to take the stress out of meal time. These are perfect for traveling and you can just grab a smoothie out of the freezer.

Overview of a Blueberry Spinach Smoothies with another smoothie in the background and a bowl of blueberries in the background too.

Make sure you have a good blender!

I have a Vitamix and I love it. It is old and is still going on strong. Now, it is quite the investment to get one, but it is one investment that won’t disappoint.

This will be the last blender you ever had to buy. Amazon has several of them on sale right now for a great price.

Now if a Vitamix isn’t in your budget, then I recommend a Waring professional blender. They are going to get the job done. Now they are not as great as a Vitamix, but they are the next best for a much more reasonable cost.

Amazon has several Waring blenders on sale right now. 

Either way, I know you will be able to enjoy delicious and smooth fruit smoothie with any one of these blenders.

Top of the Blueberry Spinach Smoothies with blueberries on top and 2 spoons in the background.

Try this blueberry spinach smoothie.

Now remember, you can enjoy a greek yogurt spinach smoothie if you opt to blend in a half cup of greek yogurt instead of the banana. You smoothie will be packed with protein and other added benefits from greek yogurt.

Try smoothies for breakfasts and more. You can make these your own by using orange juice, almond milk, coconut milk or anything you prefer. Almond milk is a tasty dairy free option.

Feel free to use frozen spinach, frozen berries if that is easier for you. Another idea is to try adding protein powder.

A Blueberry Spinach Smoothie with a spoon in the middle of it.

Print this blueberry spinach smoothie recipe below:

Blueberry spinach smoothie

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Blueberry spinach smoothie recipe is super healthy and easy to make.  The entire recipe is so delicious and a great way to sneak veggies in. 
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2
Cuisine American
Course Beverage
Calories 207


  • 1 cup spinach (loosely packed)
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • 2 cups blueberries (frozen)
  • 1 banana
  • 1/2 cup yogurt (regular or greek yogurt)
  • 1 cup ice
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  • Blend the spinach and the milk together in a blender until combined.
  • Then add in the yogurt, blueberries and bananas to the smoothie and blend until well combined.
  • Next gradually add in the ice and blend between each addition until the smoothie is the consistency that you prefer.
  • Serve immediately while cold and enjoy!

Recipe Notes

You can use regular milk, almond milk or soy milk for this recipe. 
Also, you can add in any of your favorite superfoods to add extra nutrients to this smoothies: chia seeds, flax seeds, etc.  

Nutrition Facts

Calories 207kcal, Carbohydrates 40g, Protein 9g, Fat 3g, Saturated Fat 1g, Trans Fat 1g, Cholesterol 9mg, Sodium 64mg, Potassium 560mg, Fiber 5g, Sugar 27g, Vitamin A 1625IU, Vitamin C 24mg, Calcium 154mg, Iron 1mg

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  1. trent says:

    I just made this smoothie for me and my sister. We just absolutely love it. We had it for a snack to keep from overeating while watching our calorie intake. The smoothie is filling and delicious. We didnt need to add sugar. It tasted great own it’s own. Thank you for sharing your receipe with us. We will definitely be making it again, this time for breakfast.

    Trent and family.