This 4-ingredient banana blueberry smoothie is my go-to on busy mornings or when I’m craving a midday snack! Sweet, tangy, & SO simple—made with frozen blueberries and banana, yogurt, & milk.

Blueberry Banana Smoothie

My favorite breakfast smoothies are the simplest, with minimal ingredients. And if you’re making smoothies for kids in the morning, fewer ingredients can mean they’re more likely to enjoy it! For me, this blueberry banana smoothie is the perfect combo of simple & delicious. Thick, creamy, & sweet—with bright blueberry flavor & color!

What fruits blend well with blueberries?

Blueberries and bananas are one of my favorite pairings because the blueberries’ tartness balances the banana’s sweetness perfectly. (That’s why a blueberry lemonade is so good!) But blueberries mix well with all sorts of fruits—like other berries, mango, apple, orange, kiwi, & many more. Feel free to add any fruits you’d like to this easy blueberry smoothie recipe!

Easy Blueberry Smoothie
Banana Berry Smoothie

Banana Blueberry Smoothie Ingredients

  • Frozen Blueberries. Instead of using fresh blueberries + ice (which will water down the flavor), a frozen blueberry smoothie will have a thicker texture & tastier flavor. Frozen berries are flash-frozen at peak freshness, so they’re just as nutritious & antioxidant-rich. Or for even more of an antioxidant boost, add a packet of frozen acai to make this an acai smoothie—or even an acai bowl!
  • Frozen Banana. A blueberry banana smoothie is so much creamier & sweeter than a smoothie with blueberries alone. If you’re not a fan of banana, try substituting with mango or pineapple instead—or check out some of my other breakfast smoothie recipes without banana.
  • Yogurt. To add some sweetness & a dash of vanilla flavor, I used vanilla Greek yogurt in my smoothie. But you can make your own blueberry yogurt smoothie with plain unsweetened Greek yogurt, sweetened or unsweetened regular yogurt, or use a nondairy yogurt to keep it vegan.
  • Milk. I used unsweetened almond milk, but you can use any milk you like—dairy or nondairy. Or feel free to use a different liquid to help your smoothie blend, like plain water, coconut water, or fruit juice.

Optional Additions:

  • Spinach. For another nutritious boost, you can turn this into a blueberry spinach smoothie by adding some fresh spinach leaves! It will change the color a bit, but you won’t even notice any spinach flavor.
  • Sweetener. If you’re using unsweetened yogurt or if you want a sweeter smoothie, consider adding 1-2 tsp of sweetener: sugar, honey, maple syrup, whatever you want. It may be sweet enough for you as-is, so give it a taste before sweetening.
Blueberry Breakfast Smoothie

How to Make a Simple Blueberry Smoothie

  1. Add your smoothie ingredients into a blender: frozen blueberries, frozen banana, yogurt, & milk (and optional sweetener).
  2. Blend until smooth. (It helps to start with less liquid in your banana berry smoothie at first, then add more as needed to help it blend.)
  3. Serve in 2 glasses with straws, and enjoy!
  4. If you’re prepping ahead of time: You can meal prep breakfast smoothies by storing them in a jar or glass with a lid for up to 2 days in the fridge. (Or store in the freezer for longer storage.)
Add all blueberry smoothie ingredients to a blender and blend.
In a blender, combine frozen blueberries, frozen banana, yogurt, & milk.
Blend until smooth & creamy.
Blend until smooth and creamy!

Customizing your Breakfast Smoothie

If you like this simple blueberry smoothie recipe, have fun customizing it with other frozen fruits! Swap out the blueberries and make an easy peach smoothie instead, or a watermelon smoothie—whatever you’d like! All you need is frozen fruit, a frozen banana, yogurt, & liquid to help it blend.

Banana Blueberry Smoothie

The ultimate EASY blueberry smoothie with only 4 ingredients: frozen blueberries and banana, yogurt & milk. A sweet & creamy antioxidant boost!
5 stars (1 rating)


  • 1 cup frozen blueberries
  • 1 frozen banana
  • ½ cup vanilla Greek yogurt*, (or yogurt of choice)
  • ½ cup milk of choice, (or any liquid – water, juice, etc.)



  • Add all ingredients into a blender: frozen blueberries, banana, yogurt, & milk of choice. Add optional sweetener if desired.
  • Blend until smooth & creamy. (If your smoothie is too thick, add additional liquid.)
  • Serve with a straw and enjoy!


  • *Sweetener: You may want to add 1-2 tsp of sugar, honey, or maple syrup to your smoothie if you use an unsweetened yogurt. Or it may taste sweet enough for you with no added sweetener! Always sweeten to taste.
  • For a Vegan Blueberry Smoothie: Use a dairy-free yogurt & a nondairy milk. If needed, use a plant-based sweetener like maple syrup or granulated sugar instead of honey.
  • Nutrition: The nutrition provided below is for a blueberry banana smoothie made with sweetened vanilla Greek yogurt & unsweetened almond milk.
Serving: 1smoothie, Calories: 138kcal, Carbohydrates: 27.7g, Protein: 5.8g, Fat: 1.3g, Cholesterol: 3mg, Sodium: 64mg, Fiber: 3.8g, Sugar: 18.5g
Did you make this recipe?Share a photo and tag us @mindovermunch — we can’t wait to see what you’ve made!