Fat-Free Blueberry Smoothie

At-home smoothies are ridiculously easy. We had strawberry-banana smoothies at work recently, with a 1-1-1 ratio recipe of strawberries, bananas, and skim milk. Today I decided to try it with yogurt.

I used one cup frozen blueberries,

one cup Activia Fat-Free Vanilla Yogurt,

and one quite ripe banana.

Put everything into the blender (or Magic Bullet, as the case may be).



Here’s the nutritional info.

WW Points

Item Calories Fat Carbs Fiber
Blueberries 106 0 25 7 1.5
Yogurt 150 0 27 6 2
Banana 121 0.4 31.1 3.5 2
TOTAL 366 0 81 17 7

As you can see, this wouldn’t be great for someone on Atkins. Even though it’s almost completely fat-free, it’s high enough in calories and carbs that the points are a little higher than I usually like to have for breakfast. I’d suggest halving the recipe, or making one recipe for two people.


  1. That sounds really GOOD. :) I think I’d opt for ice cubes instead of the banana for mine, but David would take the one like you made. I think I’d play around with part skimmed milk and part yogurt, but that’s just me. :)

    Sounds TASTEH!

  2. Didn’t read this til today but got the idea to make a smoothie yesterday :) Might be because I am the king of letting bananas get overripe.

    Have you tried adding in some of the Weight Watchers very low fat youghurt? Can’t remember the amount but it was about 1/2 point per serving.

    Smoothies are a great way to get some of your five a day fruit.

  3. I’ve really only been eating Activia yogurt lately…haven’t tried the Weight Watchers stuff. Might need to check it out!

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