Fruit and Yogurt Smoothie

This Frozen Fruit Smoothie is packed with berries, strawberry yogurt, and cashew milk. Smoothie recipes with frozen fruit are the best because they don’t need any ice to reach the perfect consistency! 

Frozen fruit smoothie with yogurt in a tall glass

Creating This Frozen Fruit Smoothie With Yogurt

I love smoothies. They’re fast, easy, healthy, and refreshing. This one has just three ingredients but you’d never know it based on how creamy, smooth, and satisfying it is.

I got the ingredients at Vons. Look for the “new” tag at your local Von’s or Safeway stores to find new items like these at great values. I used Silk Unsweetened Cashewmilk, Silk Strawberry Dairy-Free Yogurt, and a frozen mixed berry blend of strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries. 

I love baking and making smoothies with Silk products because they’re so low in calories and fat, they’re vegan and dairy-free, and I always get impressive-tasting results.

By using frozen fruit, I didn’t need to add ice, which can water down smoothies. Plus frozen is cheaper and readily available even when it’s not berry season.

Between the naturally sweet fruit and the strawberry yogurt, I didn’t need to add sugar to the smoothie. Love it when that happens!

The recipe as written will serve two, and you can freeze the second portion for later. Or get creative and make frozen yogurt popsicles with it. However you try it, you’re going to love it!

carton of Silk Cashewmilk

How to Make a Fruit Smoothie 

To make this frozen fruit and yogurt smoothie, you’ll need frozen mixed berries (or any frozen fruit you like), Silk Strawberry Dairy-Free Yogurt, and Silk Unsweetened Cashewmilk. Add the frozen fruit smoothie ingredients into a blender, but reserve half of the cashew milk. 

Blend the smoothie ingredients until smooth, and pour in the remaining cashew milk slowly until desired consistency is reached. For a thicker fruit and yogurt smoothie, add less cashew milk. And for a thinner smoothie, add a little more. 

This healthy fruit smoothie can be frozen for up to one month (just cover the top of the glass with plastic wrap or store in a sealed container). When you’re ready to enjoy the prepped smoothie, let it rest on the counter for 30 minutes before enjoying. 

Tips for the Best Fruit Smoothie

The frozen fruit in this easy smoothie recipe can be substituted with fresh fruit, if desired. You’ll need to add a handful of ice, though. If berries are in season, you can buy them fresh and freeze them the night before! 

Also, feel free to switch out the other ingredients as you see fit. Play around with the yogurt flavor you use, or use plain yogurt and sweeten with a little honey or maple syrup instead.

And any non-dairy milk from Silk would pair nicely with the flavors of this smoothie, so don’t feel like you have to limit yourself to cashew milk. 

frozen fruit smoothie in glass topped with berries

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Frozen Fruit Smoothie

Frozen Fruit Smoothie

This Frozen Fruit Smoothie is packed with berries, strawberry yogurt, and cashew milk. Smoothie recipes with frozen fruit are the best because they don’t need any ice to reach the perfect consistency!
Yield: 16 ounces (serves 2)
Prep Time 3 minutes
Total Time 3 minutes

Ingredients

  • 8 ounces (1 heaping cup) frozen mixed berries*
  • 6 ounces Silk Strawberry Dairy-Free Yogurt (or your favorite)
  • 1 cup Silk Unsweetened Cashewmilk (or your favorite milk)

Instructions

  1. Add the fruit, yogurt, and about 1/2 cup milk to the canister of a blender or food processor. Blend on high power and drizzle in remaining milk, as needed, until desired smoothie texture and consistency is achieved. Serve immediately.
  2. Extra portion will keep in a freezer-safe (plastic) glass for up to 1 month in the freezer. Allow to thaw at room temp for about 1 hour before serving. Alternatively, freeze extra portion in popsicle molds.

Notes

*I used strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, and raspberries; fresh may be substituted but you’ll need to add ice.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

2

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 176 Total Fat: 5g Saturated Fat: 1g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 3g Cholesterol: 5mg Sodium: 120mg Carbohydrates: 29g Fiber: 7g Sugar: 21g Protein: 7g

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Post is brought to you by Safeway. The recipe, images, text, and opinions expressed are my own. In other areas look for your local Safeway, Cons, CARRS, Tom Thumb, or Randalls. #safeway

33 comments on “Fruit and Yogurt Smoothie”

  1. Yes, please! Smoothies are a favorite in my house and this one needs to be in the mix of flavors! Yummy!

  2. You make the best looking smoothies…It’s 20 below zero today so I may need to wait a couple of days before trying this icy drink….

  3. How easy and PRETTY is this?! I’ve been meaning to try that cashew milk as a switch from almond, and this beauty might just push me right on over the edge! Hello breakfast! Pinning :)

  4. I love smoothies, too! And I just tried cashew milk this weekend and am addicted to it. This looks like the perfect drink, Averie!

  5. I recently discovered cashew milk and just love it! I love the taste better than almond milk. I’ll bet this is fantastic.

  6. I ‘m always drawn to brightly colored smoothies–this one is quite attractive! Thank goodness the cashew milk has gone pretty mainstream around here and is easy to find now…it’s my new favorite. I should try the silk yogurt some time–I got hooked on Greek yogurt many years ago and haven’t tried anything new in that department.

    • It’s not as easy to find here as I wish (not sure why, in the land of ALL things healthy, new, ‘cutting-edge’, etc) but I do have a couple reliable places to get it at now, so that’s good :)

  7. All I want for breakfast is this smoothie perfection. Three ingredients? That’s it!

  8. this looks awesome – I love a good smoothie!!

  9. I love love love this! It’s so pretty, and that milk. Oh my gosh I need to get a carton!

  10. Beautiful! I have such an obsession with cashews, but I have yet to try cashew milk. This recipe gives me an excuse to try it!

  11. Most beautiful smoothie ever!!! I can taste it now…pinned!

  12. Averie I love love smoothies and the color simply gorgeous girl!! :) Happy Monday!

  13. I got a nutribullet or Xmas. I was looking for an ultra simple low calorie
    yogurt smoothie. This is IT. I just hadn’t gotten around to do some in-depth looking. Now I don’t have to. Yay!

  14. almond yes I have tried that and even coconut milk but never cashew milk.I am very interested in how it tastes. Going to have to try this

  15. Averie – What a great way to start the day! I love almond milk, but I’ll have to give Cashew milk a try. My boyfriend and I have been trying to staying healthy amidst all of the chocolate and desserts in February. This will be something we can share together. Thank you.

  16. Cashews are so versatile! From cashew butter to cashew frosting, it’s all delicious! Gotta try cashew milk :)

  17. It’s a dang good thing this smoothie is healthy since I would not be able to resist drinking the entire blender!

  18. I love strawberry banana smoothie with milk or yogurt, thanks so much for good recipes!

  19. Beautiful! I was looking for smoothie recipes to use with my new blender and it looks like I hit the jackpot :D

  20. Fruit and yogurt smoothie????????

  21. Great smoothie! My favorite smoothie ingredient is fruit! all kinds! it adds sweetness and makes the smoothie come together perfectly. I personally love either bananas or strawberries! This recipe gives me an excuse to try it!

  22. Can you use cows milk??

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