Easy, quick blueberry banana smoothie without yogurt is a delicious, creamy smoothie drink that you can make even when you do not have any leftover yogurt.
The thickness and creamy texture of the smoothie just comes from the berries and bananas and it is quick and easy to make for a nutritious, filling breakfast!
The blueberries and bananas are blended together with almond milk or regular milk or you can even use coconut milk if you want a tropical flavor.
The smoothie is sweetened from the bananas and we also add a little honey, which you may replace with your favorite sweetener or you may even skip the sweetener if you want to make it even more healthier.
This is a simple berry smoothie with all the goodness of blueberries and bananas!
Blueberry Banana Smoothie – Variations
This is a simple blueberry banana smoothie, however you can make different variations of it.
Instead of just using blueberries, you may replace half the blueberries with another kind of berry like strawberries or raspberries.
Adding strawberries is very common, to make blueberry strawberry banana smoothie.
Also you can add fruits like peaches, mangoes etc!
Blueberry banana mango smoothie is also popular when mangoes are in season, and you can add one ripe mango that is peeled and sliced (pits discarded) to make blueberry banana smoothie!
Though this smoothie is made without yogurt, you may also replace half of the milk with yogurt or greek yogurt to make it even more creamy and thick in texture, if you like!
So here is how you can make easy, quick and delicious blueberry banana smoothie without yogurt.
How to make blueberry banana smoothie without yogurt?
To make blueberry banana smoothie without yogurt, we need the following ingredients.
ingredients to make blueberry banana smoothie
blueberries frozen or fresh 2 cups
almond milk (or regular milk or coconut milk) 1.5 cups chilled
vanilla extract 1 teaspoon
honey 3 tablespoons
Step by step instructions
Add blueberries (washed if using fresh blueberries) and bananas (peeled and sliced roughly) to the blender.
Also add chilled almond milk (or regular milk or coconut milk), vanilla extract and honey, blend until smooth.
Transfer to serving glasses, enjoy immediately for best results!
Can blueberry smoothie curdle?
If you keep the smoothie for longer in room temperature, the smoothie may curdle, especially when you use regular milk.
Blueberry smoothies thicken very fast and also form like jelly like in texture if sits for longer time.
Since we also used bananas, slight discoloration can also happen if it sits for long!
So it is always best to enjoy the smoothie as soon as it is made.
How to store blueberry smoothie?
As I mentioned, it is best to serve the smoothie as soon as it is made.
However, if you want to save it for later, make sure to store in containers or jars and keep refrigerated unti ready to serve.
Just before serving, you will need to stir the smoothie very well.
For best results, you may blend it again until smooth once you are ready to serve.
You may keep this refriegerated for about 1 to 2 days.
For longer storage, you may transfer the smoothie to ice cube trays and store in the freezer for longer time.
More Smoothie Recipes:
Below you can get the recipe for blueberry banana smoothie in detail.
Blueberry Banana Smoothie Without Yogurt
- 2 cups blueberries frozen or fresh
- 2 large bananas
- 1.5 cups almond milk or regular milk or coconut milk , chilled
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 3 tablespoons honey adjust to taste
- Add blueberries (washed if using fresh blueberries) and bananas (peeled and sliced roughly) to the blender.
- Also add chilled almond milk (or regular milk or coconut milk), vanilla extract and honey, blend until smooth.
- Transfer to serving glasses, enjoy immediately for best results!