Blueberry Muffin Smoothie

You guys!  This blueberry muffin smoothie is so good!  If you have been following this blog for awhile, you know I prefer to add real food to smoothies instead of protein powder.  I think protein powder is too expensive and I also prefer to eat things the way nature intended.  This is my latest healthy smoothie recipe.   This blueberry muffin smoothie contains 8 1/2 grams of protein.  It is a breakfast that will keep you full for some time.  If you can’t eat oats, quinoa flakes would be a good substitute.   1/4 cup of quinoa flakes contains about 4 grams of protein.  You can whip this healthy smoothie up in just minutes!

blueberry muffin smoothie

Another great thing you could do with this smoothie recipe, is make popsicles or smoothie pops with it.  I like these molds.  My kids love them too! You could probably even sneak some greens in here.  The blueberries would mask the color and the banana would mask the flavor of the greens.   Trust me.  I fool my kids all the time. 🙂

Blueberry Muffin Smoothie

Blueberry Muffin Smoothie

Prep Time 5 min Serves 20 ounces or 2 servings     adjust servings

A healthy smoothie with a natural protein boost!



  1. Place all ingredients in a blender and blend for 1-2 minutes.
  2. Serve immediately or freeze for later.
  3. If you freeze, do so in ice cube trays. Then you can just pop out what you need in the morning!


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64 thoughts to “Blueberry Muffin Smoothie”

  1. Hi Melissa, I searched the comments and don't think I saw an answer to this, but sorry if you'e already answered this question: Are the oats cooked or not cooked? Also, I thought I saw at some point you saying something about putting rice in a smoothie for added protein, maybe that was another blog? Have you ever tried this and if so would the rice be cooked or uncooked?
      1. Thanks! Ya, uncooked rice does sound kinda funky, wish I could remember where I read about putting it in smoothies to see if it was cooked or not. Anyways, thank you so much for the quick reply about the adding in the oats uncooked. I can't wait to make this smoothie for me and my family! :) We love all your recipes!
    1. Almond milk actually has less calories and sugar than regular milk. Just look for unsweetened almond milk. It's about 70 calories per 1 cup serving and almost no sugar at all. You can use regular milk too, but if you are worried about sugar and calories, I would go with almond milk

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