18 Reviews

I made 1/2 the amount serving 2 of us. Used hemp seeds in place of the flax. Loved starting my day with this nutritious drink. Thanks!

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Rita~ October 11, 2009

I've made and thoroughly enjoyed this several times. :) My only change was to omit the ice cubes and - using fresh berries - to make this the night before. So easy then to grab it in a Tupperware container for a yummy, healthy breakfast on-the-run! Thank you for adding such a delicious smoothie to my list of smoothies made regularly. Made for Zaar Stars Tag.

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bluemoon downunder July 19, 2009

Great healthy smoothie! My yogurt was frozen so I didn't use the ice cubes. I loved that this was fresh-tasting without being overly sweet. Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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loof September 10, 2011

Mmm mmm - great smoothie. My blender is not the greatest so I started with ground almonds instead of whole. Very nutritious pick-me-up, love the use of green tea.

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magpie diner July 05, 2011

Who knew something so delicious could be so healthy?! I love all the antioxidants in this one easy recipe. I was worried about grinding up the almonds and about using flax in a smoothie, but they were great! I will definitely make this again and again. LOVE it!

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LifeIsGood September 21, 2010

Nice blueberry smoothie! I used frozen wild blueberries but still needed to add about 1 cup of ice to make it a bit frostier. I only had plain non-fat yogurt so I added a teaspoon of vanilla extract. Thank you for the recipe. Made for Winter Comfort Cafe 2010.

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swissms January 27, 2010

This was a great way to start the morning! I used frozen blueberries, Activia vanilla yogurt, and could not find dry roasted almonds so added a few regular almonds. Will make more green tea and keep it in the fridge so I can make this again. Thanks CoffeeB for a posting this recipe!

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lauralie41 September 15, 2009

LOVED this! Who knew that such healthy ingredients would be so delicious? I used fat-free, sugar-free vanilla yogurt, and omitted the ice cubes (the frozen berries made the drink plenty cold and thick for me), but otherwise followed the recipe as written for my after work-out snack. I have the green tea chilling in the fridge to enjoy this again tomorrow morning. Thanks for submitting.

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Sweet Baboo January 30, 2009

Yummy! This was easy and delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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Lainey6605 December 17, 2008

we used frozen blueberries but could probably left out the ice cubes - Brain Freeze!!! will def make again.

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karen in tbay August 25, 2008
Blueberry and Green Tea Smoothie