No Protein Powder Blueberry Muffin Smoothie

Breakfast smoothies are a healthy way to start off your day. They are easy to make and can be made with any ingredients you have on hand. One of the most popular breakfast smoothies is banana, peanut butter, and honey.

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Breakfast smoothies without protein powder

This easy and healthy blueberry muffin smoothie with no added sugar and no protein powder is a delicious way to start your day! (gluten-free, vegetarian)

no protein powder blueberry muffin smoothie

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I’m not much of a smoothie girl. I like the taste of them, but they just don’t keep me full. I’d rather chew my food. And I’m also more in the mood for something warm in the morning, even in the middle of the summer.

But I know that many of you rely on a daily smoothie to get out the door quickly in the morning, so I thought I’d share this delicious blueberry muffin smoothie I came up with to add to your arsenal of smoothie recipes!

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no protein powder blueberry muffin smoothie

I recently bought a giant bag of frozen blueberries for no other reason than they were on sale. I figured I would use them at some point. Then I bought a bunch of fresh blueberries, also on sale, and ended up freezing half of them before they went bad (no food waste in my kitchen!).

What to do with all of those yummy blueberries in my freezer? Well, I love blueberry muffins, so what better flavor for a breakfast smoothie?

This blueberry muffin smoothie has the delicious taste of blueberry muffins but without the baking or waiting. Just stick everything in the blender (I LOVE my Vitamix – totally worth the money if you make a lot of smoothies) and you’ve got a creamy, cool, beautifully hued smoothie that’s full of antioxidants, protein, and healthy fat. It’s a balanced breakfast in a glass!

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no protein powder blueberry muffin smoothie

One thing you’ll notice about all of my smoothie recipes is that I don’t use protein powder. I don’t really care for protein powder. Correction – I despise protein powder. Too chalky and artificial tasting for me. So I add protein with yogurt, dairy milk, and nut butter. Though I know lots of people love protein powder for its convenience, to which I say go for it! I just can’t take the taste, and it’s totally a personal preference.

If you prefer to add protein powder to your smoothies, use your favorite vanilla or unflavored powder to this smoothie. You can also add a handful of spinach or kale to get some greens in your morning drink (I can’t promise the color will come out pretty!), or some flax or chia seeds for extra healthy fat. Make this smoothie work for you!

If you make this recipe, please be sure to leave a star rating in the comments below!

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