This basic strawberry yogurt smoothie will please anyone who absolutely loves strawberries. The best thing about this recipe is that as long as you have a blender, it is super easy to mix up quickly.
This smoothie recipe will make enough for just one smoothie or two small ones so if you want more or less, then you will need to adjust the ingredients slightly. You can also add protein powders or anything else if you’re after tasty protein drink.
This smoothie like most of them is best blended and consumed fresh. The smoothie will keep in your fridge for a day or two, but I would suggest making it fresh every time. Especially being so easy to whip up quickly. It’s also a great way to use up fresh strawberries if they’re looking like they’re on their way out.
If you want to see how to make this smoothie visually, then check out the video below. It’s short snappy and straight to the point. Alternatively, you can find the full recipe right underneath the video.
Strawberry Yogurt Smoothie Recipe
- 10 strawberries
- 1 cup milk
- ½ cup strawberry yogurt
- 1 Tbsp. honey
- Add the strawberries, milk, yogurt and the honey to a blender.
- Blitz until smooth and well combined.
- Serve & Enjoy
- You can use fresh or frozen strawberries depending on what you prefer. You may find it can be pretty hard getting fresh strawberries cheap however if you can it’s well worth it.
- If you find the smoothie too thick or too runny, then try adjusting the amount of milk in it. Also adding some ice cubes will both cool it down and help it to be a little thicker.
- One thing I love to do on a hot day is to replace the yogurt with frozen yogurt. This adjustment will give you an icy cold drink that will quench that thirst on a hot summer’s day.
- Chia seeds are always a great addition to the recipe. If you feel like adding chia seeds, then one tablespoon should be more than enough.
- You can as use a low-fat variation of strawberry yogurt if you prefer to use that rather than the full-fat varieties. However, Keep in mind that some low-fat varieties have more sugar than the full fat so you might not need the honey.
Do you love knowing the nutritional information for the smoothie you’re about to make and drink? Then you can find it right below. Keep in mind this information is estimated so it may vary slightly.
Just to quickly mention some of the good nutritional points about this smoothie is that it’s high in calcium, vitamin B6, and C.
There are so many smoothie variations you can do with strawberries. There are a few particular variations that I love such as a banana strawberry smoothie, strawberry blueberry and of course one with some Raspberries. These are just a few out of the many you can try out.
I hope this strawberry yogurt smoothie turns out as great as it did for me. If you have any feedback that you would love to share, then please feel free to leave a comment below.